Many Americans remember when Bill Clinton was president, and how they were forced to explain to their children the definition of "oral sex," usually with crude words not acceptable in polite company.
The War on Drugs will not be won in a hail of bullets. It certainly wasn’t won by knocking down the doors of crack dens in the 80s. But a battle could be won in the courtroom, and it could possibly create a chain-reaction that deals a major blow to the demand side of the supply-and-demand dynamic.
President Donald Trump is no fan of First Amendment liberties - at least, not when it comes to freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and the right to peaceably assemble. But his renewed calls to toughen up libel laws could bring more financial harm upon Trump himself than his intended targets.
If you'd like to spend some time in Southern California soon - and who wouldn't? - I have a few ideas for you. Some of them will cost you, but others are a bit more economical.
Since 1953, presidents of both parties have kept North Korea isolated and starving in hopes of denying them nukes. That policy has failed.
California Sen. Dianne Feinstein deserves kudos for releasing the contents of a transcript that settled once and for all the question of how the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election got started.
We hope more effective signs or lights are placed near the bridge on Maine as city officials work to stop trucks from hitting the structure.
We all made mistakes in 2017. Thankfully, we are in a BRAND NEW YEAR, with a brand new calendar with no blemishes. You now have the opportunity to LET THE PAST GO. Yes, the devil wants you to carry forward your sins (even those you’ve repented of) and your feelings of guilt. Satan wants you to continually ask yourself: “Why even try? What difference does it make?”
Many Christians here and elsewhere express enthusiastic support for the state of Israel, so they welcomed President Trump's incendiary declaration that henceforth, Jerusalem would be the capital of Israel.
The Epiphany, often overlooked in the wake of Christmas and New Year’s celebrations, is a holy day unto itself, and a festival day in many countries.
Most laws have their roots in real problems, and those who push them may have good intentions. But sometimes, governmental interference goes overboard, and frivolous laws hamper the ability of society to function as efficiently as it could.
The deeper we get into the Trump presidency we see the apparently bottomless swamp that has enveloped Washington, D.C., and the contemptuous nature of the deep state that is desperately trying to keep from relinquishing its stranglehold on power.
Thomas Jefferson once said public employment contributes neither to advantage nor happiness, but it’s an honorable exile from one’s family and affairs.
ENID, Okla. — Embattled former Enid mayor and bank vice president Ernst "Ernie" Currier will have a "liquidation auction" later this month.
For all the criticism ripping by the beleaguered Big 12, the conference boasts the best percentage of Power 5 bowl teams this postseason.
Did sports fans get an early Christmas present with the Dec. 18 announcement that ESPN president John Skipper had resigned, effective immediately? Based on the direction the network has taken under Skipper — he had been president since 2012 — hopefully it portends a return to sports programming and away from the politicized, divisive content ESPN has been offering.
Whatever the ultimate outcome of the Tax Cut and Reform Bill, two things can be stated with certainty: President Trump's claim that it is "very popular" is erroneous, and many middle-class taxpayers will feel an unpleasant sting come April 15, 2019.
Several Cherokee County residents have expressed frustration over their inability to get through to the office of Sen. James Lankford to urge him to vote against the "tax reform package."
A Facebook feud initiated by the governor’s finance secretary demonstrates the depth to which leadership at the Capitol seem willing to sink themselves and the state.