Nancy Shively, a Tulsa, Oklahoma special education teacher and “lifelong Republican who reluctantly voted for Donald Trump in 2016,” said in an op-ed for USA Today that “When the pandemic hit, the incompetence of the man for whom I had voted and the complicity of everyone around him forced me to admit that I could no longer maintain any kind of self-respect as a Republican.”
Donald Trump has lashed out at the media amid concerns that his political rallies could contribute to the spread of Covid-19. The President took to Twitter to defend his campaign events.
“The Far Left Fake News Media, which had no Covid problem with the Rioters & Looters destroying Democrat run cities, is trying to Covid Shame us on our big Rallies,” Trump wrote.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter to boast about the number of people who want to attend Saturday’s rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, writing that “Almost One Million people request tickets for the Saturday Night Rally.”
After the Oklahoma State Supreme Court ruled that residents casting absentee ballots in the upcoming elections will not have to get their ballots notarized, House Republicans passed an amended bill to reinstate the notary requirement. The amendment, Senate Bill 210, was authored by Representative Chris Kannady (R-Oklahoma City).
It's hard to gauge the outcome of midterm elections more than a year before they're held, but Donald Trump's presidency has motivated progressive and moderate voters in a way they haven't been in a long time.
"There is zero part of me that understands why a rapist or someone who got someone pregnant against their will, maybe incest, would have any right in that decision.”
In deep red Oklahoma, Republicans didn't fare well in an online poll about their Senate tactics of delaying President Obama's Supreme Court nominee hearings and confirmation. In fact, they were roughly 2-1 against it.
While Americans focus on the primaries, Republicans are eliminating women's rights.
Huckabee raged and attempted to contradict the President telling Fox News that, "I assure you that one beheading is much worse than a sunburn."
As the nation commemorates Earth Day 2015 this week with a variety of observances, activities and awareness campaigns, it's the perfect time to renew calls for bipartisan cooperation to address climate change.
When the President supported a nationwide ban on "Conversion Therapy", he mentioned the idea of state solutions.
Democrats expected Walker to eliminate the state's 'prevailing wage' law requiring workers on public projects to be paid the established going rate for their labor. Instead of eliminating prevailing wage laws, Koch-Republicans' decided to eliminate weekends and impose a 'voluntary' 7-day work week.
The far right's war on the LGBT community took a variety of turns this week.
I suppose I should have felt more outraged or ready to protest or whatever but, quite frankly? Empty. And what worries me about my own reaction is that I'm thinking it's worse than outrage.
In the final analysis this is government of, by, and for the people, not a group of oil-drenched Koch-whores in Congress
Now, another white man is walking free after shooting a Black police chief in Oklahoma investigating a possible bomb plot against a Head Start school in the presence of four other law enforcement officers.
Red States Nebraska and Oklahoma incredibly claim federal law trumps state law, and that foreign laws are more important than state laws.
Republican Attorneys General from Nebraska and Oklahoma filed a lawsuit against the state of Colorado for its law legalizing marijuana.
How long do you think it will be, if you can be murdered for being gay, before extremists go down the rest of the biblical list and find YOU there as well?