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Sunday, December 16, 2007

Feliz Navidad

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Rep. Randy Terrill of Oklahoma's House of Representatives and his holiday decorations.

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Everyone but Coburn.

All of Oklahoma's congressional delegation except Sen. Tom Coburn have joined forces to override Bush's veto of a $23 billion water resources bill.

Sen Jim Inhofe is even leading the effort to override the veto.

Coburn was the only Oklahoman to vote against the Water Resources Development Act on final passage.

Apparently, Coburn does not drink water.

Saturday, October 13, 2007

GOP Leader Doesn't Like Brown Babies

State Rep. Randy Terrill, R-Moore. doesn't want Oklahoma to provide prenatal care for women because he believes it will "encourage other women to illegally cross the U.S. border." Tulsa World has an article.

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Why does Oklahoma have so many dangerous bigots and why does every last one of them insist on being in politics?

Friday, October 5, 2007

The Pukes of Buzzard (Tulsa, Oklahoma)

City Councilor Tom (Boss Hogg) Baker is driving. At shotgun is City Councilor Rick (Rosco P.) Westcott. In the back seat are "The Three Amigas" (Left-Right) County Commissioner Randi Miller, Mayor Kathy Taylor, and City Councilor Maria Barnes.



Tuesday, September 18, 2007

It isn't Riverdance

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Tulsa Mayor Kathy Taylor and Police Chief Ron Palmer


The proponents of this new tax want the gathering spots to be privately owned, so they can order the public to leave without being required to have a valid reason. (like Mall Protesters)

Their tax of choice is a sales tax with no provision to exempt groceries.

Vision 2025 was supposed to have included river development. With so much money being flashed around by the "yes" faction, one must question whom will this benefit.

Sunday, September 9, 2007

North Tulsans Rally Against River Tax,
Call for Firing Chief Ron Palmer

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"All we've been getting out of City Hall are broken promises," City Councilor Roscoe Turner said.

City Councilor Jack Henderson said it's time to say no to City Hall and the "ridiculous things they want to do when north Tulsa looks like a war zone."

An ex-head of the Black Officers Coalition calls Palmer's return "my worst nightmare."

Tulsa World has the article.

Saturday, September 8, 2007

Will Global Warming
Destroy the Wine Industry?


The number of Oklahoma wineries is growing. Our weather has always been fickle, so will the fledgling industry be able to adapt to a rapidly changing global climate?

Studies have shown that global warming will destroy California's Napa vineyards.

Meanwhile, Senator Inhofe continues to deny the existence of Global Climate Change.

Saturday, August 25, 2007

Monday, July 16, 2007

Trebilcock accepts plea deal in DUI case

Tulsa World has the story. The Broken Arrow Republican reportedly told police that he “had just kissed a girl that had been drinking and that is why he smelled like he had been drinking.”

State Representative Trebilcock authored an Oklahoma DUI law in 2005.

Saturday, June 9, 2007

The Senator from Oklahoma: "Jimmy English" Inhofe


English-Only Amendment Would Endanger Lives, Discriminate and Create ‘Second-Class’ Citizens, ACLU says (6/7/2007)


WASHINGTON, DC -The ACLU today voiced its strong opposition to an amendment passed late last night to the Senate immigration bill that would declare English the national language and severely restrict the government’s ability to communicate with citizens, residents and visitors. The ACLU praised the passage of a competing amendment that would recognize English as the "common and unifying" language of the United States without restricting access to crucial federal information or declaring it the official language.

The passage of the two irreconcilable Senate amendments will have to be worked out in conference, with one of the amendments likely to be abandoned. Amendment 1384, offered by Senator Ken Salazar (D-CO), acknowledges the important role of English in the United States without endangering the access of non-English speaking Americans to vital information from their government. Amendment 1151, offered by Senator James Inhofe (R-OK), would prevent the federal government from providing any information in languages other than English and restrict constitutionally protected speech between government officials and the Americans they serve.

"The Inhofe English-Only amendment would punish citizens who need access to medical care and disaster relief, and it would raise new barriers to learning English," said Caroline Fredrickson, director of the ACLU Washington Legislative Office. "This country needs better access to English education for limited speakers, not a mute button on government access for millions of Americans."

The Inhofe amendment would deny limited-English proficient (LEP) Americans access to basic government information such as instructions on how to pay taxes, which would inadvertently promote tax evasion. It would limit information about federal policies and government services in languages other than English. It would bar instructions about workplace safety, natural disasters and vaccinations in a form that all Americans can understand. It would also prevent LEP patients, particularly the elderly, from communicating with their doctors. It is a dangerous amendment that places every American at risk.

"The Inhofe Amendment does nothing to promote the use of English," said James Thomas Tucker, ACLU Policy Counsel and author of a 2006 study of ESL waiting times. "It does not reduce the long waiting lists for English classes or educational discrimination against Americans with limited English. Instead, it keeps people who want to learn English from speaking it. It panders to English-only groups seeking to exclude millions of language minorities from American society."

Friday, June 1, 2007

Coburn received money from director of pro-DDT advocacy group

Senator Tom Coburn (R - Oklahoma) who prevented the US Senate from honoring Silent Spring author Rachel Carson received campaign contributions from William Dunn who sits on the board of a pro-DDT advocacy group. Raw Story has the scoop.

Friday, May 18, 2007

Should Jim Inhofe Run for President?

Sen. John McCain hasn't made a single vote since April 12, and has missed 42 floor votes in a row. see: Washington Post

Not voting would be an improvement for Oklahoma's Senator Inhofe as well!

Run Jim Run! (or should I say Mr. President)

Saturday, April 7, 2007

Oklahoma's senators: Frozen Stupid

Can Jim Inhofe persuade Tom Coburn that Global Warming is indeed a liberal hoax? Will ice fishing provide any answers?

Dangerous Dan Boren (aka Fancy Dan)

Does the Oklahoma Democrat aspire to be "a Maverick"?


Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Oklahoma Lawmaker Arrested For DUI

State Rep. John Trebilcock, R-Broken Arrow, was arrested early Saturday in Tulsa on municipal complaints of driving under the influence and not using headlights.

He is the author of a 2005 law that requires people who are convicted of a second charge of driving under the influence to install ignition interlocking alcohol-detection devices in their automobiles before they can get their driver's licenses back.

Tulsa World

Friday, February 2, 2007

Sally Kern approves of Snow White.

Re: Rep. Sally Kern's 2005 appearance on the Michelangelo Signorille satellite radio show.

Signorille: Now what about Snow White? That teaches sexuality doesn't it. She kisses the prince and at one point the prince isn't even human; he's a frog.

Rep. Kern: The difference there is that that is still in the heterosexual lifestyle.



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