The average Oklahoman aligns more with the tea party philosophy of limited government and lower taxes.
Commentary Kyle D. Loveless
In the recent Oklahoma City Council elections, all of the candidates aligned with the tea party movement lost. Critics, news pieces and bloggers across the metro and state were using these losses as a setback or high-water mark of how much influence the tea party folks have in Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma City Council will consider
at its Nov. 15 meeting whether to add “sexual orientation” to the
nondiscrimination policy for city employees, after the topic was tabled
during its Oct. 25 meeting.
OKC council chooses which projects are most important with $1 million discretionary spending programs.
News Tim Farley
If Oklahoma City Council members had a million bucks to spend any way
they’d like, it turns most of them would (and will) improve public
transit, roads and develop a needed “quiet zone” in downtown Oklahoma