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OKLAHOMA CITY — The political pressure and stakes were enormous when Gov. James Robertson called the Legislature back for special session a century ago.
Stephens County can now be considered officially a Second Amendment Sanctuary after the Stephens County Commissioners voted to approve the She…
On Jan. 22, in the U.S. Senate, Rep. Jason Crow, D-Colorado, testified that by Sept. 5, 2019, the Office of Management and Budget was continuing to hold the U.S. military aid to Ukraine, and this was aid to assist that nation in their fight against the Russians. This is our fight as well, and this policy of aiding Ukraine is consistent with our national security strategy in terms of stabilizing Europe.
Stephens County Sheriff Wayne McKinney announced Thursday his desire to make Stephens County a “Second Amendment Sanctuary County.”
He had a front row seat to history being made.
A Tahlequah lawyer scheduled to be tried in March for federal weapons and drug charges will appear Monday in an attempt to win his release from jail after being arrested for allegedly violating conditions of pretrial bond.
As I continue to watch the ridiculous circus called the impeachment hearings, I am certain we are more divided than ever.