GOP staging a full fiscal assault on the middle class
Commentary Kurt Hochenauer
The start of the legislative session had some Democrats here hoping GOP
overreach on cultural wedge issues might create voter backlash and
fatigue this year that would hurt conservative political candidates in
Letters to the Editor Andy Sands
Regarding the Rev. Steve Kern’s Commentary “Counterpoint: Scrutinizing science” (April 13, Gazette), Rev. Kern expresses his deep desire for Oklahoma’s students to be freethinkers and use their own reasoning.
CFN Gazette staff
As reported in the August issue of Wired magazine, one college class
among “TV-Themed Course Work” across our nation’s hallowed halls of
higher ed is the University of Oklahoma’s “‘Jersey Shore’ GRC:
Depictions of Gender, Race, and Class on the Shore.”
Pungent or mild, whatever you fancy, local cheese blocks are full of choices!
Food and Drink Features Carol Cole-Frowe
Hundreds of delightful cheeses are popping up in markets and grocery
stores, from assertive blues to washed-rind Taleggios or fresh,
unripened ones like a queso fresco or queso blanco.
Protesters greeted students at the first day of class of Douglass High School.
News Jerry Bohnen
Car horns blared from passing motorists, and the morning sun promised
another scorching day as nearly a dozen protesters gathered Wednesday
morning outside Frederick A. Douglass Mid-High School at 900 Martin
Luther King on the first day of the new school year. The protesters —
some of whom had been fired by the Oklahoma City Public Schools district
— tried drawing attention to their allegations of grade-tampering by
principal Brian Staples.