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Bills Make Their Way Through Oklahoma Legislature

Published: Spring 2015 By: Constitution Staff

With the close of the legislative session approaching at the end of May, various bills are being...Continued Inside...

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BOOK REVIEW: The Last American President

Published: Spring 2015 By: David Van Risseghem

Alan Cassell is the young man who gets elected as a county commissioner in Crawford County, Kansas....Continued Inside...

Lankford Chairs Hearing on Census Bureau Preparation for 2020

Published: Spring 2015 By: Constitution Staff

Standing in for Chairman Ron Johnson (R-WI), Senator James Lankford led a Homeland Security and...Continued Inside...

Oklahoma Earthquakes Uncover an Academic Conflict of Interest

Published: Spring 2015 By: Rep. Jason Murphey

Oklahoma policy makers must come to terms with an evolving conflict of interest. This conflict has...Continued Inside...

Teaching Racial Hatred in our Universities

Published: Spring 2015 By: Constitution Staff

In March of this year people across the nation were shocked to see a video showing fraternity...Continued Inside...

Thoughts on the Education Rally

Published: Spring 2015 By: Brandon Dutcher

With this year’s education rally behind us, here are six observations about one of the key themes...Continued Inside...

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Charlie Meadows Steps Down at OCPAC

Published: Spring 2015 By: Constitution Staff

Longtime Oklahoma Conservative Political Action Committee (OCPAC) president Charlie Meadows has stepped down, and has been replaced by John Michener. Meadows will remain on the OCPAC board, and will serve as program chairman. ...... Continued Inside...

Brogdon Elected GOP State Chairman

Published: Spring 2015 By: Constitution Staff

Oklahoma Republicans elected Randy Brogdon to serve as chairman of the party for the next two years. They also elected a hispanic woman, Estela Hernandez, to serve as vice chair. The selections were made by the delegates to the Oklahoma Republican...... Continued Inside...

In The Mail...
Letter to the Editor (Spring 2015)
Constitution StaffSpring 2015

Scientific Misrepresentation As a geologist, and an engineer, it continues to astound, and offend, me when probably uninformed “journalists” with major news media continue to write “stories” where usually unnamed “scientists” are quoted ab...... Continued Inside...

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(Spring 2015)
Constitution Staff Spring 2015

$6.6 Billion for Appropriations The Board of Equalization on Feb. 17 approved revenues available for Fiscal Year 2016 discretionary appropriations by Legislature of $6,601,534,037, which is $611.3 million, or 8.5 percent, less than was appropriated fo...... Continued Inside...

Thoughts on the Education Rally

Published: Spring 2015 By: Brandon Dutcher

With this year’s education rally behind us, here are six observations about one of the key themes at the rally – education funding. ...... Continued Inside...

Teaching Racial Hatred in our Universities

Published: Spring 2015 By: Constitution Staff

In March of this year people across the nation were shocked to see a video showing fraternity members at the University of Oklahoma gleefully chanting racial epithets and celebrating lynching. But what remains unseen is that some faculty at the University...... Continued Inside...

Oklahoma Earthquakes Uncover an Academic Conflict of Interest

Published: Spring 2015 By: Rep. Jason Murphey

Oklahoma policy makers must come to terms with an evolving conflict of interest. This conflict has been exposed by events that just a few years ago simply could not have been imagined in Oklahoma. ...... Continued Inside...

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Theodore King

THE FEDERAL PAGE (Spring 2015)
This issue marks my 15th year of writing for The Oklahoma Constitution. I began in the Spring of...

Steve Byas

What Is the Importance of Voting?
President Obama’s recent statement that it would be great to make everyone vote, or in the...

This Week's Oklahoma Conservative PAC Report

07/01/2015 06:57 PM

*Mawwage* “Mawwage is what bwings us togevah today.” At least five of The Supremes remind me of the Impressive Clergyman in *The Princess Bride*. They wear funny outfits, they utter unintelligible words, and they are clearly senile. Their recent opinion on marriage is as monumental as Ro ...Continued Inside...

This Week's Oklahoma Conservative PAC Report

06/28/2015 10:36 AM

*Online version* *1. Luncheon Location* *2. Speaker July 1: Judge Bill Graves* *3. Unmelodious Response to The Supremes* *4. Special Election: Ralph Crawford* *1. Luncheon Location* This Wednesday, July 1, we will meet at Chen’s Buffet on the northwest corner of NW 23rd and Merid ...Continued Inside...

This Week's Oklahoma Conservative PAC Report

06/21/2015 12:29 PM

Online version *1. Program June 24: The Oklahoma Conservative Index* *2. Athletic Prayers Answered?* *3. Dare We Mention the Shooting?* *4. Luncheon Location* *1. Program June 24: The Oklahoma Conservative Index* Our program this week will feature a final round of debate of the bi ...Continued Inside...

This Week's Oklahoma Conservative PAC Report

06/15/2015 08:08 AM

Online version *1. Program June 17: The Oklahoma Conservative Index* *2. How Dare We Pray for Our Athletes?* *1. Program June 17: The Oklahoma Conservative Index* The *Oklahoma Constitution* newspaper, in partnership with OCPAC, is preparing the 37th annual Oklahoma Conservative Inde ...Continued Inside...

This Week's Oklahoma Conservative PAC Report

06/08/2015 09:22 AM

Online version *1. Speaker June 10: Art Thompson, CEO of John Birch Society* *2. Trade Promotion Authority (TPA)* *3. Principles of Good Government* *1. Speaker June 10: Art Thompson* Art Thompson, CEO of the John Birch Society, will be our speaker this Wednesday. I will mention h ...Continued Inside...

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