Stitt Inauguration: details for public attendees

DETAILS FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC ATTENDING THE INAUGURATION OF THE 28TH GOVERNOR OF OKLAHOMA, J. KEVIN STITT

Oklahoma City, Okla. (Jan. 11, 2019) – Oklahomans are invited to attend the inauguration of the 28th Governor of Oklahoma, J. Kevin Stitt. The ina…

Oklahoma Watch: Meet The Audit Masters

  As we await the first 6 performance audits that were commissioned by the Agency Performance & Accountability Commission(APAC); it would be helpful to understand the private sector members of the commission.  Jeff Raymond of Oklahoma Watch recently published an excellent set of biographies on each of them.​  None of these members are being paid for their work, including monthly meetings at the state capitol.  […]

OCPA column: Three resolutions for Oklahoma

Three resolutions for Oklahoma
by Jonathan Small, president of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA)

The new year is a time for resolutions. Here are three for state government, things the Legislature can do in the upcoming session that would make Oklahoma government more effective and accountable.

The first resolution will be familiar to a lot of us: slim down. Take a look at a list of Oklahoma state agencies and compare it to other states. Or look at the 150-page directory necessary to list all the agencies, boards, and commissions. We’re not a big state, but we have a sprawling state government bureaucracy….

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R3publicans:  China on Course to become ‘World’s most Christian Nation’

19 Apr 2014

It is said to be China’s biggest church and on Easter Sunday thousands of worshippers will flock to this Asian mega-temple to pledge their allegiance – not to the Communist Party, but to the Cross.

The 5,000-capacity Liushi church, which boasts more than twice as many seats as Westminster Abbey and a 206ft crucifix that can be seen for miles around, opened last year with one theologian declaring it a “miracle that such a small town was able to build such a grand church”.

read more at https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/10776023/China-on-course-to-become-worlds-most-Christian-nation-within-15-years.html

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