Current political threats to the Johnson Amendment will damage the political system and hinder one’s ability to worship apolitically.
Voters may be frustrated if they feel that representatives aren’t listening to them, but those issues can only be rectified in the voting booth.
Governor Fallin’s proposals during the State of the State Address are shortsighted fixes to large state issues.
Despite voters approving State Questions 780 and 781 in November, legislators are attempting to alter or reverse the bills’ major tenents to align with their personal beliefs.
A proposed bill to pay off teachers’ student loans is not enough to significantly decrease attrition in Oklahoma.
Placing restrictions on when people are allowed to divorce forces unwarranted government action onto personal decisions.
Imposing a term limit on county officials will ensure that the people in power will be representative of the times in which they live.
It is short-sighted to think that leaving the UN would be anything but inefficient and harmful to the United States’ security.
College students, like anyone else, have the right to disagree, but should avoid silencing controversial opinions entirely.
Given the difficulty of passing a replacement for the Affordable Care Act, Republicans should be cautious to keep Americans insured during the process.