Do we want to make college tuition-free for Oklahomans and simultaneously reduce government spending?
Allen Hutson’s commentary on the workforce readiness of college graduates (Commentary, “Are college grads workforce-ready?” Sept. 17, Oklahoma Gazette) suffers from a fundamental misunderstanding of higher education.
In my opinion, Graves should have done the “judicial” thing and disqualified himself in this case because of conflict of interest.
Whenever people meet me, one of the first things they probably think is, “Why is this ‘typical’ oil and gas guy talking so much about organics?”
Oklahoma, maybe today we’re the 42nd worst bike-friendly state in the nation, but I’m betting that when the next rankings are released, we’ve moved up a few notches.
I contend that Oklahoma education is woefully underfunded.
As our city gets bigger, our world gets smaller.
As citizens, we must conserve water.
Our friends, family, neighbors and entire community are clamoring for and embracing every opportunity to get involved and be a part of this new OKC.
The problem is the silence of the majority is drowned out by the actions of the few.