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OKG Newsletter

Topic: Scott Pruitt

Oklahoma AG likens anti-abortion struggle to abolition fight

'We should be fighting that the 14th Amendment says no person should be deprived of life without process of law,' Scott Pruitt says.


Clifton Adcock
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt likened the campaign of anti-abortion groups to the fight for the abolition of slavery on July 28 during the recent Reclaiming America for Christ event at the First Baptist Church of Moore.
Friday, August 5, 2011

Reclamation project

What do John Wayne, John Birch, dinosaurs and the Pledge of Allegiance have in common? They were all in the house at Reclaiming America for Christ.


Clifton Adcock
The intersection of politics, nationalism and religion is often seen as no man’s land.
Wednesday, August 10, 2011

‘Laugh and cry’

Letters to the Editor

Trevor Bruner
I am proud to be from Oklahoma, but the Reclaiming America for Christ event in Moore is an embarrassment for this state. The ignorance displayed in the article (News, Clifton Adcock, “Reclamation project,” Aug. 10, Gazette) only serves to reinforce the cultural backwardness of some of our residents and elected leaders.
Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Diverse values

Letters to the Editor

Jeff Hamilton
Diversity has always been a factor of significance. That was the message of Jill Carroll as keynote speaker on “The Challenges of Religious Diversity” on Oct. 18 for the annual meeting of the Interfaith Alliance Foundation of Oklahoma.
Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Dog-gone funny!


Gazette staff
Straight from a report from Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma attorney general, proof of our tax dollars taking a bite out of fraud!
Wednesday, December 21, 2011

CFN Quotes of the week

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Take that to the bank


Gazette staff
All but one state will be divvying up more than $25 billion as part of a foreclosure fraud settlement involving the nation’s five largest banks. The lone state to go its own way?
Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Secret paroles?

Oklahoma County’s top prosecutor accuses the state Pardon and Parole Board of illegally considering the early release of some inmates.


Phil Bacharach
Tim Sharp was shocked when he heard from his aunt last month that the woman who had killed his father in a drunk-driving accident was up for parole. The inmate, Maelene Chambers, had served only four years of a 10-year manslaughter prison sentence for the 2006 death, and Sharp knew that manslaughter was one of more than 20 state crimes in which offenders were required to serve at least 85 percent of their sentence.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012

The next move

Both sides in the abortion debate consider their options after recent rulings by the Oklahoma Supreme Court.


Jerry Bohnen
Commemorate, observe or celebrate the 40th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme court decision, Roe v. Wade: It’s what millions of Americans have done over the past several weeks.
Wednesday, February 6, 2013