Family & Community

Biden approval in Oklahoma among lowest in nation

New polling shows that just 25 percent of Oklahoma voters approve of President Joe Biden, a lower rate than in all but two states

Ray Carter
September 10, 2021
Family & Community

Court finds postage is not a poll tax on absentee voters

Judges in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit have ruled that paying postage to mail in an absentee ballot is not an unconstitutional poll tax.

Ray Carter
September 2, 2021
Education, Family & Community

Edmond middle-school students asked for preferred pronouns

As part of the start-of-school process in Edmond Public Schools, some middle-school students were asked to provide their preferred pronouns with options including “they/them.”

Ray Carter
September 2, 2021
Family & Community

Masks, vaccines: It’s about who decides

For progressives, politics is about power. For conservatives, politics is about rights.

Trent England
August 11, 2021
Family & Community

Data undermine COVID attacks on hair salons

In spring 2020 as COVID-19 spread became a national concern, one industry was often targeted for closure by individuals who claimed salons would be a source of widespread contagion.

Ray Carter
July 21, 2021
Family & Community

Program speaker says Christianity linked to racism

A featured presenter at an Oklahoma race-relations program says Christianity is linked to racism.

Ray Carter
July 20, 2021