BY Kelly Maxwell
on May 21, 2013
The news is shocking and the country is still reeling from the news of yesterday's tornado. Touching down in Moore, just outside of Oklahoma City, the two mile wide tornado left 24 dead and over 240 people injured. Our thoughts are with those effected by the tornado. We want to send out some resources if you want to help the victims of this disaster.
American Red Cross The Red Cross has set up shelters in various communities. You can donate to the Red Cross ... Read More
BY Sarah Fonder
on Apr 17, 2013
As a proud Oklahoman, I will talk your ear off about how much I love my home state. It is full of wonderful people, great food, and really exciting scenes in cities like Tulsa (represent) and Oklahoma City. Unfortunately, most people wouldn't know that for all the idiots who make national press-- and they're usually in the government.
Today, my sigh of disappointment comes from the Senate-- yesterday, the Oklahoma government passed a measure banning gay marriage ... Read More
BY Katie Oldaker
on Apr 23, 2010
In a move that would make their state one of the most abortion-restricting in the union, the Oklahoma senate passed several new anti-abortion bills on Monday. The most shocking of the bills would require doctors performing ultrasounds on women seeking abortions to use vaginal probes if the picture would be clearer—and then for the doctor to describe the image in detail to the patient.
According to the Huffington Post, “The other abortion measures would ... Read More