Tulsa talk radio host, Pat Campbell, teased an announcement as he signed off, on his Friday show. He said that a big announcement is scheduled for his Monday morning show. KFAQ Radio program director, Shelby Travis is slated to announce some programming changes.  Monday is coincidently the day that Podcasting god, Ben Shapiro will be launching his national radio show, taking on 2 hours which Michael Savage is vacating, […]

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1980s Want Foreign Policy Back

The day before he reported for duty as a freshman U.S. Senator, Mitt Romney turned in his grades on the Chief Executive. In a Washington Post column Romney gave President Trump passing marks for some of his policies. But he flunked him for presidential character. But, on balance, his conduct over the past two years,

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Stitt names Sean Kouplen as next Secretary of Commerce


Oklahoma City, Okla. (Jan. 3, 2019) – Governor-elect Kevin Stitt announced today the appointment of Sean Kouplen as the ne…

R3publicans:  Status Quo Seekers Fear This Senator is Advising Trump

While the Blob freaks out, reports suggest Rand Paul is helping the president keep his campaign promises on war.

By JACK HUNTERJanuary 2, 2019

Welcome to the world of President Rand Paul,” blared the headline at The Washington Post. In the piece that followed, columnist Josh Rogin took President Donald Trump to task for reportedly listening to the Kentucky senator too much.

read more at https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/status-quo-seekers-fear-this-senator-is-advising-trump/

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Are the Investigations the Cover-Up?

By Bryce Buchanan

Those of us who have been paying attention know that serious crimes were committed at the highest levels of government in an attempt to exonerate Hillary Clinton and frame Donald Trump. There was collusion between government agencies, including collusion with foreign agents, to illegally influence the 2016 Presidential election. There is enough evidence on the table to be confident of these claims.

read more at The American Thinker – Are the Investigations the Cover-up

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Tulsa Atty. Ron Durbin posted to his social media site that the City of Grove, in Northeast Oklahoma, changed course at today’s city council meeting. They had created several barriers which were not authorized under the Oklahoma law passed last June.  House Majority Leader, Jon Echols traveled to the city and explained just how it could result in city taxpayers being liable if their ordinance had been challenged by a person claiming damages from illegal acts com […]

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