Each year, we rightly pause to remember the life of a legendary figure in American history and courageous change agent for freedom and equality.

What do Louisa Mae Alcott’s “Little Men,” “Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” David Bowie in “Labrynth,” and Walt Disney’s version of “Alice in Wonderland” all have in common?

Many Oklahomans will remember the bumper stickers that adorned countless vehicles in the oil patch during the hard times of the 1980s that read, “Please God, just give me one

As Congress continues to finish its’ work this year, I am encouraged that lawmakers in both chambers recently finalized and approved legislation that is vital to the success of our

The Christmas Season is upon us and, for many, this time of year jogs family memories from decades ago. The holidays at my grandparent’s house were particularly full of life.

In a historic midterm election that saw minority and women voters energized like never before, one of the major themes was the importance of the Native American population as both

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