Why should the polemics of free speech and religion always presume that only the pious can be offended?
An Oklahoma school took its students on a field trip to a zoo with a less than scientific mission.
As our city gets bigger, our world gets smaller.
Blake Griffin believes the Earth was created, and he believes most Oklahomans think it was too.
A church hosts a local film debut and discussion about our region’s ugly history with race relations and how it’s relevant today.
I should have expected the Hobby Lobby decision, given the record of the Roberts court, but it still made we wonder, yet again, if people are paying attention to what we are becoming — or more accurately, what we have become. Because Oklahoma’s Green family, which owns the company, objects on religious grounds to the…
Steve Green, president of Oklahoma-based Hobby Lobby, pushes for Bible education in public schools. Mustang Public Schools agree.
In other words, religion is present when human beings form covenants that honor God by caring for one another.
The heart of a city was broken, lives forever changed and the general feeling of safety we all expect in our daily lives shattered.
The problem is the Eighth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibits cruel and unusual punishment. So, if a person condemned to die is kept from knowing the source, consistency and content of the drugs that will kill him or her, how can anyone know if it is cruel or unusual? In January, the final words…