We’d like to give Canadian County Sheriff Chris West a good old-fashioned TLO “Attaboy!”
As we know, the cowboy cosplayer loves nothing more than to generate attention and publicity for himself, and boy, did the New York Times help that cause by making him the central character in this article about all the law enforcement officials who participated in the failed attempt to overthrow American democracy on January 6th.
Via The NY Times:
After years and years of oppression from a Government controlled and operated by Christians, religious freedom may finally be coming to Oklahoma.
Primarily authored by Sen. David Bullard, Senate Bill 368—better known as the Oklahoma Religious Freedom Act—would basically “prohibit any governmental entity from declaring or deeming a religious institution and any activity directly related to its mission as nonessential.”
When I said I’m not the biggest fan of pizza a few years ago, it garnered some surprising blowback from many readers, often personally said to my face; when I was on a date with one woman, for example, she even brought it up mockingly.
Regardless, while I have very much liked some of the slice-houses I’ve visited over the past few years around town, there’s been one deep, dark secret I’ve kept a long time and, well, I guess this is the place to finally admit it to people: my favorite pizza place in Oklahoma City is Pizza House.