Author Archives: Terry M Gresham

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Nazis and Other Racists Thrive on Silence

How can we discuss any other subject when faced with the absurdity that our president is a nazi sympathizer? Those supporting him today – vocally or silently – share his shame. Donald Trump’s personal racism has been tracked since the … Continue reading

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Dr. John Cox Considering Bid for State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Dr. John Cox, D-Peggs, is assembling an exploratory team to evaluate a potential candidacy for State Superintendent.  “Numerous educators and friends of public education have approached me to become a candidate.  They are concerned with the current direction of public … Continue reading

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Flashpoint Might be Flashy, But Misses Point

Wandering around the living room Sunday morning, waiting for the grass to dry so I mighconsider mowing (I didn’t) I saw the Channel Four promo for Flashpoint.           I stopped, and wondered: Who is this Mike Turpen that has this … Continue reading

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The Little Meeting that Keeps Getting Bigger

The Borger Post Office came to mind recently. I spent two years in Borger, Texas, in the late nineties. It was a good time: lots of good work, some successes. After spending 19 years among the East Texas pines, the … Continue reading

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 Hobby Lobby’s Actions Refute Its Hype

Wholly Holy Hobby Lobby – taking its demand to impose its beliefs upon its employees all the way to the Supreme Court — paid for full-page ads in the Independence Day editions of the OKC and Lawton papers touting its … Continue reading

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Last November, voters answered State Question 780. “They voted to move drug offenses from felonies to misdemeanors for a lot of drug offenses,” said Representative Forrest Bennett, a Democrat. But then HB 1482, known as the “Keep … Continue reading

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Oklahoma History and 45’s Immigrantion Solution

I’m a little astounded that so many Oklahomans have forgotten their own history as regards immigration. During the Dust Bowl, hand bills began to appear, offering work in the fields and groves of California, at $25 a day, a relative … Continue reading

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