Cartoon: The name of the game

Commentary: Truly pro-life

Oklahoma’s elected leaders must pay attention to the needs of the born, not just the unborn.
“We have six children.

Chicken-Fried News: ‘Mainstream’ fundraising

After country singer and The Voice judge/coach Blake Shelton spent the spring as an accidental mascot of the Oklahoma teacher walkout, Shelton will become an actual fundraising mascot for the state’s wildlife conservation effort.

Chicken-Fried News: Ol’ Nelly

Remember the time that one Yankee asked if you rode your horse to school when you told him you were from Oklahoma?

Commentary: Raising voices

Tolerance and love will beat intolerance and hate every time.
On Aug. 11, 2017, hundreds of protestors representing various neo-Nazi, white nationalist, neo-Confederate and alt-right groups descended on the city of Charlottesville, Virginia.

Commentary: Bright lights

Last week, a new era began for Oklahoma Gazette on the cusp of its 40th birthday.

Commentary: Transcendent moment

Westbrook’s Summer Hype House Party delivered an inflection point for Oklahoma City.
There’s not anyone more loved or influential in Oklahoma City right now than Russell Westbrook.

Cartoon: Bad guy with a gun

Cartoon: Republican election strategy

Cartoon: Whistling Through the Graveyard

Chicken-Fried News: Video daze

It is unlikely Rep. Kevin McDugle, Broken Arrow Republican and former drill sergeant, has ever regretted a social media posting more than a now-deleted video of his personalized message to protesting teachers who have been critical of his education-funding voting decisions.

Chicken-Fried News: Hamburger hoax

We appreciate a good April Fools’ joke like the rest of you, but what happened at the corner of NW 63rd and Northwest Expressway this year was nothing short of criminal.

Chicken-Fried News: Residence evil

An April 5 New York Times article detailed Environmental “Protection” Agency administrator Scott Pruitt’s bonkers expenditures and ethical lapses.  Nothing to see here!

Cartoon: Corporal punishment in Oklahoma

All grown up

Oklahoma Gazette launches a bright new version of
If you visited last week, you undoubtedly noticed the online version of Oklahoma Gazette quietly received a massive upgrade.

Cartoon: Release the hounds

Young voices

Teenagers are some of the most rational participants in the gun debate.
Politicians love to say that kids are the future and that nothing matters more than helping them be safe, happy and prosperous.


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