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Gov’s Push to Stop Smoking

If you’ve ever been in the basement of the State Capitol and smelt smoke, it’s not the ghost of lawmakers past, but a smoking room not far from the snack bar.

No Rabbits Were Harmed, But Herman Cain’s Latest Video ‘Blasts’ A Bunny

During his brief run for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, Herman Cain became well known for his 9-9-9 tax plan, […]

Is GOP Race At ‘Tipping Point’ Or Destined To Keep Going?

NPR’s Ken Rudin is a fan of using history as a guide to what might happen next when it comes […]

Anti-Smoking on Local Level

Smoking bars and casinos in Oklahoma could become a thing of the past under new bills under consideration at the State Capitol.

While Santorum Shoots Gun, Woman Shouts, ‘Pretend It’s Obama’

During a campaign stop at a Louisiana firing range, Rick Santorum took the opportunity to shoot some rounds at a […]

Trayvon Martin Tragedy Edges Onto Presidential Campaign Trail

Pressure had been building on President Obama for days to say something about the killing of Trayvon Martin, the Florida […]

Obama Argues For “All The Above” Energy Policy in Cushing

President Obama announced he’ll speed up permitting of the OK-TX Keystone XL pipeline, but also argued for renewable energy.

Insider Trading Ban Passes Congress, But Some See Missed Opportunity

The Senate passed a bill Thursday to explicitly ban insider trading by members of Congress and the executive branch, and […]

Romney Aide’s Etch A Sketch Gaffe Won’t Be Easily Erased

Etch A Sketch. Those three little words may become more of a bane to Mitt Romney’s campaign than, say, Bain […]

Gingrich: Some ‘Brand New Players’ Might Emerge At GOP Convention

Saying that Mitt Romney may not be able to “grind his way toward the nomination” despite a huge fundraising advantage, […]

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