Existing throughout the fabric of our society are the unmistakable threads of Native American heritage. In Oklahoma, those threads are numerous and vibrant indeed. As a member of the Chickasaw

I did not intend to write another column so soon, but I am becoming concerned by the lack of recognition of the 100-year anniversary of the armistice of World War

Throughout our history, hundreds of thousands of brave men and women have answered the call to serve in the United States military. For those who volunteer, this choice comes at

Following the recently ended fiscal year, it was reported that the federal government’s budget deficit increased significantly compared to the previous year.

While this is certainly discouraging news, the existence of a deficit is not surprising or unusual.

On Nov. 6, voters will see State Question 794 which deals with the Constitutional rights of crime victims and made its way onto the ballot through the adoption of Senate Joint Resolution 46 passed in 2017, by the 56th Legislature of Oklahoma.

It seems just about every day we hear or read someone telling us that this is THE election. They insist that this election is somehow the most important  election of our lifetime.

Recently, Congress responsibly fulfilled its most fundamental duty to the American people by funding some of the nation’s most critical and pressing needs.