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Half-A-Mind To Fail

BY GARY EDMONDSON  We’ve done OK since leaving our caves, save for our perverse propensity to try to eradicate each other. Even when resources are not scarce, some folks seem to prefer to kill and plunder instead of sowing, reaping and creating themselves. Maybe we just crave more elbow room. Human footprints on the once-sacred...
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Rendering The Lard

UPDATE: Gov. Kevin Stitt today vetoed SB 251.  BY DAVID PERRYMAN One branch in my family tree connects directly to the Ozarks and while most regions of the country have unique sayings that have been passed down through generations, none are more numerous or colorful than those repeated over the decades by residents of the Appalachian...
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Playing Monopoly For Real

BY JIM HIGHTOWER Shouting “Down with big government,” today’s tea party Trumpateers claim to be tax rebels – direct descendants of the Boston bunch who boarded three British ships in 1773 and heaved their cargo of tea chests into the harbor. But wait! That historic Tea Party wasn’t actually a tax protest. The audacious colonists...
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Paris And New York Are United By Urban Horror

BY FROMA HARROP Many of us watching the inferno at Notre Dame de Paris felt that 9/11 dread. This week, as nearly 18 years ago, the news channels kept looping the same horrific video of towers collapsing. At the end, the medieval cathedral remained mostly standing while the twin towers at New York’s World Trade...
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Change Is Coming To Health Care. Vote Wisely.

BY FROMA HARROP It’s a solid bet that our health care future won’t look quite like the present. Whether the outcome would be good or bad for the average working stiff will depend a great deal on who is president after the 2020 election. If Donald Trump is re-elected, we know where health coverage for...
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Apr’19 Newsmakers

House Democratic Floor Leader David Perryman, right, and Oklahoma Hospital Association President Patti Davis discuss Oklahoma’s health care crisis with Observer Editor Arnold Hamilton at April 11’s Newsmakers event at Full Circle Books in Oklahoma City.
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Mar’19 Newsmakers

State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister discusses the state of Oklahoma public education as Pastors for Oklahoma Kids Executive Director Clark Frailey, right, and Observer Editor Arnold Hamilton listen during the Mar. 14 Oklahoma Observer Newsmakers event at Full Circle Books in Oklahoma City.

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