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OKG Newsletter

Topic: choice

Point: Legislate morality

Expand school choice, outlaw killing innocent life


Jason Reese
The church-state separation fetishists are at it again. Now the Oklahoma chapter of Americans United for Separation of Church and State are decrying efforts by the Oklahoma Legislature to teach creationism in public schools, create vouchers or other mechanisms for school choice and define the beginning of human life.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011

The pursuit of happiness

How to stay happy in the workplace


Gazette staff
Happiness is a choice, especially in the workplace, according to one certified mental health professional.
Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Standing up for special needs families


Janet Barresi
A recent YouTube video features a cheerful mother, kids in tow, in the milk aisle of a grocery store. There she finds rows of bland containers offering just … milk.
Wednesday, June 27, 2012


Enjoy the show!


Rod Lott
All but dead, the drive-in movie once was at the forefront of entertainment, as American as baseball, apple pie and Chevrolet. I can’t think of a film that bottles that nostalgia better than Drive-In, an obscure comedy worth hunting down.
Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Die! Die! My Darling!

Watch! Watch! Hammer fans!


Rod Lott
File 1965's Die! Die! My Darling! under that now-dead subgenre dubbed "Grande Dame Guignol." The Hammer Films production may lack the dueling duo of two twilight-era titans of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? and the others, but truth be told, Tallulah Bankhead is fierce enough to provide all the fire it needs.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013

A modest proposal

Letters to the Editor

Wanda Jo Stapleton
Isn’t it “special” that Oklahoma legislators, mainly Republicans, voted to protect us women from having to make those tough decisions about our bodies?
Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Hope and dignity

Be The Change founder helps lead Oklahoma City’s homeless population to hope and homes.


Joey Stipek
On a February morning, Jonathan Roberts braces himself, first for the freezing weather and then for what he will encounter in a wooded area near northwest Oklahoma City. He is headed for a homeless encampment created out of signs, shopping carts, beat-up tents and whatever else can be reclaimed to provide warmth and shelter.
Tuesday, March 25, 2014