By: Nate Morris, Senior Editor TALLAHASSEE, FL – The contentious governor’s race out of Florida which seemed to have ended with a victory for former GOP congressman and Trump enthusiast Ron DeSantis […]
By Nate Morris, senior editor The wind off Lake Michigan garbled his voice as Ja’Mal Green made his way through downtown Chicago between interviews. “Can you hear me?” he asked as reception […]
“To the majority of White Americans, this idea may seemingly display as radical and extremely Neo-liberalists; however, it is objectively the cause of today’s subcultural traffic-shift from traditional public schools to free public charters.”
In it’s third year Mr. Burns’ Festivus For The Best Of Us continues to grow and evolve while keeping true to it’s original mission of camaraderie between Tulsa artists.
A gunman shot 11 people inside a crowded Southern California country dance bar Wednesday, and witnesses described a chaotic scene as panicked patrons smashed windows to get out. The gunman died inside the bar, police said.
TULSA, Okla. — Angela Graham is a fierce Deborah Brown Community School early childhood educator who deserves recognition; she’s also running for House District 66. She hopes to represent the constituents of […]
Edmondson seemingly embraces progressive ideas to support undocumented immigrants by allowing them to obtain drivers licenses, pushing back against the administration, and refusing to embrace the president’s divisive ideals simply to win votes. Meanwhile, Stitt has opened his arms wide to the overtones of racism that swirl around the current immigration debate in this country. The choice is clear.
Throughout his campaign, Tim had been relentless in listening to and leaning on the expertise of the North Tulsa community. He has not taken their vote for granted and has pushed aside a long-standing narrative that the north side of town is unimportant in his strategy to flip a deep red seat.