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FrackQuakes: How Big Oil played the Okies

Published 8m ago -

A Little Okie Earthquake History from one who lives here ~ by Melissa Rabe This is my first post, so please be patient with me. I live in Oklahoma and have been subjected to years of lies by the oil and gas industry’s paid lackeys, the OK Corporation Com... More »

News Roundup

Published 5y ago -

What if you could see NYC’s climate pollution? “Climate of Doubt” by PBS Frontline Steve Coll: How Exxon Shaped the Climate Debate Open Carry goes into effect Nov. 1 U.S. Supreme Court declines to allow Oklahoma ‘personhood’ initiative to... More »

Tuesday Links

Published 6y ago -

The Xenia Institute: African-American couple that helped desegregate Norman receive Sam Matthews Social Justice Award Oklahoma Citizen: Free workshops provide overview of bills coming from OK legislature, citizen advocacy advice NewsOK: Salvation Army prepared... More »

Monday Links

Published 6y ago -

OK Policy Blog: Budget cuts are eroding the public health infrastructure NewsOK: Oklahoma shows reduction in children dying from abuse and neglect NewsOK: Downtown Oklahoma City sees low crime rates, but surrounding zip codes fare worse NewsOK: Oklahoma’... More »

Friday Links

Published 6y ago -

Bob Waldrop: On destroying my landscape’s ecosystem: a minor elegy in a melancholy key FOI Oklahoma: State Senate’s new rules give public, senators one legislative day to review bills before vote NewsOK: Many areas in Oklahoma continue in drought NewsO... More »

Tuesday Links

Published 6y ago -

Stillwater NewsPress: Death of cyclist leads ODOT to change policy on rumble strips The African-Native American Genealogy Blog: The Case of Susan Colbert, Cherokee Father, Choctaw Freedman Mother NewsOK: Debate continues over Oklahoma City streetcars Native Am... More »

Monday Links

Published 6y ago -

NewsOK: Minorities, men make up most Oklahoma City homicides; firearms most common cause blue oklahoma: It’s time to appoint the insurance commissioner! CapitolBeatOK: Instead of running M.E. transition, Leftwich faces Courthouse surrender. And Terrill, ... More »

Wednesday Links

Published 6y ago -

OK Policy Blog: FY ’12 revenue certification still adds up to more hard times NewsOK: Campaign cracks down on drivers running red, yellow lights The Norman Transcript: Utility director not ready to declare Norman’s water unsafe Tulsa World: Law firm do... More »

Monday Links

Published 6y ago -

Doug Dawgz Blog: A Tale of Two Energies A Downtown ontheRange: Convention center site selection nearing Tulsa World: Tulsa may charge motorists for firefighter runs to accidents Tulsa World: State’s oldest person dead at 110 NewsOK: Judge rules in favor ... More »

Thursday Links

Published 6y ago -

Oklahomans For Responsible Government: Disappointing turnout for bond elections NewsOK: Federal attorneys decline to prosecute half of the crimes referred from Indian country Norman Transcript: City close to agreements with two unions Tulsa World: Tulsa moves ... More »

Wednesday Links

Published 6y ago -

OK Policy Blog: State Revenues one-third full or two-thirds empty? CapitolBeatOK: State Revenue in November climbs above prior year but misses estimate NewsOK: OKC’s new school calendar to mean big adjustments ROUTES: East Main Place helping people witho... More »

Tuesday Links

Published 6y ago -

Bob Waldrop: Mary Fallin is against health care reform, but what is she for? OETA: Controversy over Shady Point power plant and fly ash dump site near Bokoshe, Oklahoma NewsOK: Oklahoma City public schools going year-round after unanimous vote NewsOK: Judge re... More »