Once again the wheels of justice in Tulsa are at a grinding halt. Activists are being rewarded for flouting the law and taking matters into their own hands.
The cowards at city hall ignored the brazen acts of graffiti artists who marked territory on the eve of the big Trump rally, June 20th.
So when do other great Americans get to post inspirational encouragement? When will life coaching utilize the ground under our feet while adding an additional layer of protective pavement coating without charging the taxpayers a dime.
Now there's a sensible limit to what should be allowed on public streets. Commercial billboards and trademark slogans should be prohibited. Candidate advertising should also be banned. But we can unify, inspire, and promote community by reminding us of what we forgot.
If courts delay long, on the BLM case, there may be several more artist works before the ruling gets announced.
Mayor Bynum was silent while the pompous tirade commenced. He made no attempt to correct the insensitivity of Potter. But to Bynum's credit, he has previously explained that the city officials will not seek private medical data from those who face health obstacles which prohibit safe mask usage, in some or all scenarios.
Mr. Potter seems blissly oblivious to the health complexities which make some or all mask-usage dangerous for some, because these ailments have thus far not visited his life. But karma is not something we need to pray for. It happens as a law of nature.
Note: there are many disturbing revelations surrounding the Ware case. The Public Defenders Office had to recuse, due to what could be illicit affairs and claims of felony adultery. An independent defense attorney will handle the case and reveal much more than the contents of this editorial, penned by David Oldham.