Experts Warn Oklahoma College DEI Programs Likely Illegal
By Ray Carter
In recent years colleges across the nation, including in Oklahoma, have incorporated “diversity, equity, and inclusion” programming throughout the college experience. But at a legislative study October, experts from across the country warned Oklahoma lawmakers that those programs are likely illegal and could create significant financial liability for the state. “DEI is expensive. It’s counterproductive. And it’s often unlawful,” said Adam Kissel, visiting fellow at the Heritage F...
Oklahoma vs. The U.S.A.: How Do We Rank?
Ever wonder how Oklahoma is doing compared with the other 49 states? We fare quite well in some areas, but not so great in others. Put it all together, as we’re about to do, and you’ll get a better understanding of our state and its 4,048,375 (2023) residents. ...
Why Global Warming is Inevitable
By David Deming
Across the globe, there are concerted efforts to ameliorate the anticipated effects of global warming by reducing use of fossil fuels and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. The goal is to reach “net zero” emissions at some time in the near future. This will not happen. Significant utilization of fossil fuel resources will continue, not for several years, but for several decades. The concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere will continue to rise. The greenhouse effect is locked in and will not be...
Lets Also Remove Radical Environmentalism from Our Schools
By Shane Smith
Thanks to our great Superintendent of Public Instruction, Ryan Walters, along with conservative legislators and the many parental rights activists who have pressed the issue, we have made great strides in protecting Oklahoma’s students from the pornographic content that has quietly made its way into schools across the country. ...
Oklahoma Abortion Update
Not long after the first century, the Christian movement began to fracture. Factions wrestled against one another for dominance and took turns using the power of the State to get the upper hand. Competing political-religious councils met one after another over hundreds of years to hammer out ever-shifting and contradictory doctrines of men. Two thousand years later, Christendom is made up of thousands of denominations, contradictory doctrines, and Christians who refer to other Christians as �...