Kay County Sheriff possibly breaks law with anti-SQ 788 Facebook rant

Last week, the opposition to State Question 788 – a.k.a. the medical marijuana legalization initiative – kicked into high gear. The Oklahoman went first with another eye-roll inducing piece that tried to trick its few remaining living readers into believing Colorado has turned into some dystopian hell hole since the state legalized marijuana a few years ago. As […]

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Ogle Madness XI: Play-In Games

Last night, to much fan-fair and trumpeting, we unveiled the Ogle Madness XI Bracket. You can view it here. Remember to email your championship pick to [email protected] and you can possibly win a $250 feast to Fassler Hall. Before the madness kicks into gear tomorrow morning, we have some play-in games for the last four […]

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10 Other Oklahoma People & Professions That Should Walkout

Late last week, Oklahoma state employees announced that they would soon be joining teachers in a walkout, citing low pay and general ass-hattery by lawmakers as their reasons for walking out. However, I don’t think they will be the last profession to strike. Whether it be for pay, terrible working conditions, or dealing with Edmond […]

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Monday Morning Tweets

Howdy, pardners! You’ve had a full day to change your timepieces over, so hopefully your internal clocks have adjusted to Daylight Saving Time. If a bill that was recently passed by our state senate makes it all the way through, it will eliminate our participation in the long-standing practice of changing the time for this […]

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