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  1. Call for Republicans to cut, not tax

    10.04 / 14:57 www.tulsatoday.com Tulsatoday.com-OK
    Editorial: It is difficult when someone you have supported for years betrays foundational honor. It can cause divorce, end friendships and, in politics, generate great distain. Sadly, as years of punditry accumulate, this writer is less likely to allow betrayal to pass without comment. The good news is that more diplomatic Republican leaders are telling the current […
  2. Did we miss the Greek Festival?

    10.04 / 09:33 www.tulsatoday.com Tulsatoday.com-OK
    You might be thinking based on decades past that you missed the Greek Festival. Yes, it is usually held in September. Don’t panic. The Gyro, Greek Fries and feast of succulent roasted lamb with tzatziki sauce, green beans, rice pilaf, spanakopita, and tyropita Oklahomans typically enjoy in September are offered in abundance this Thursday October 5th through Saturday [&…
  3. Politics, race and the Great Lie

    10.04 / 09:33 www.tulsatoday.com Tulsatoday.com-OK
    Working the Republican Party of Tulsa County booth at the State Fair one conversation Sunday was especially memorable. A middle aged African-American man quietly stood and said he was considering switching party registration. Registering voters is the purpose of the booth and I volunteered a form, but he declined saying he was, “Just thinking about it.” […
  4. Attack in Las Vegas at concert Sunday

    10.04 / 09:33 www.tulsatoday.com Tulsatoday.com-OK
    Updated: Civic authorities are reporting this morning that over 527 people have been injured and transported to hospitals and over 59 murdered by a gunman firing automatic weapons from the 32 floor of a hotel into a concert crowd estimated over 20,000 in Las Vegas last night.  It was the final day, last performer, last song of [&…
  5. Political coverage on facts at play

    10.04 / 09:33 www.tulsatoday.com Tulsatoday.com-OK
    Analysis: National journalists from PolitiFact, the Tampa Bay Times and Poynter are in Tulsa meeting with those who greatly doubt them. Admittedly it was a difficult meeting Tuesday night, but it is clear to friends and foes worldwide that journalism, as we know it, has failed America. Sadly Hugh M. Hefner passed to his final reward Wednesday, […