A Baptist pastor wrote City Hall and called for OKC Police Chief Bill Citty’s resignation on NRA News following public comments about AR-15-type rifles.
News Clifton Adcock
Oklahoma City Police Chief Bill Citty’s recent comments about criminals’
access to AR-15-type rifles have been both praised and condemned by
political and religious leaders in the city.
State Sen. Josh Brecheen wants ‘valid criticisms’ of evolution allowed in Oklahoma classrooms with his bill modeled after Texas standards.
News Greg Horton
One month after the release of Gallup poll data showing increased nationwide support for evolution, Oklahoma has two new bills some critics are calling “anti-evolution.” State Rep. Sally Kern, R-Oklahoma City, and Sen. Josh Brecheen, R-Coalgate, filed House Bill 1551 and Senate Bill 554, respectively.
How Mick Cornett handles the challenges of modernizing a city in a rustic state will determine his legacy.
Commentary Keith Gaddie
Any Oklahoman who ever flew on Delta knows Bill Hartsfield. The airport in Atlanta exists because of Hartsfield, who as a councilman aggressively promoted aviation. As mayor, he was first and foremost a booster of innovations and of Atlanta business.
CFN Gazette staff
Even if “The King’s Speech” wins Best Picture at next month’s Academy
Awards, the Oklahoma Film Critics Circle singled out “The Social
Network” as its pick for the best motion picture of 2010. The
organization also honored the Facebook biopic with three other awards,
including Best Actor for Jesse Eisenberg.
Oklahoma ACLU director Joann Bell retires after 20-plus years.
News Phil Bacharach
As executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union’s Oklahoma affiliate, Bell has been on the front lines of some of the most divisive controversies in arguably the most culturally conservative state in the country.
Ernst Lubitsch’s 1942 movie “To Be or Not to Be” will be discussed at the inaugural Film Comedy Conference.
Features Courtney Silva
Professionals from around the globe will be speaking about the comedic arts in every culture, from American Indian to Greek. Also on the agenda for discussion are the films of Jacques Tati and Woody Allen, and David O. Russell’s "Flirting with Disaster."