Kindergartener expelled from Summit Christian Academy because her mom is a lesbian…

The race to be named to Oral Roberts University’s annual list of the 25 Most Intolerant Private Schools in Oklahoma has never been more competitive!

Less than a year after Rejoice Christian School made national headlines when it expelled an 8-year-old girl because she told a female classmate she had a crush on her, Summit Christian Academy in Broken Arrow expelled a kindergartener because her mom is married to another woman.

According to sources, Evangelical bigotry and intolerance are to blame.

Via KTUL:

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School District Bravely Stands Up To Stitt Over Anti-Mask Mandates!

During the last legislative session, Oklahoma Republican lawmakers passed a toothless bill that blocked school districts from implementing mask mandates during a global pandemic because, well, they’re feckless, pandering, hypocritical morons who turn their nose up at science when it’s politically convenient, and really don’t give a flip whether or not kids at school catch the virus, infect their family, and possibly sicken or kill others, just as long as they win reelection.

Governor Stitt – the #1 Covidiot in Oklahoma according to our highly scientific rankings – eagerly signed the bill. It included a provision that districts could impose mask mandates if Stitt declares a state of emergency, but considering Stitt is an unapologetic anti-masker and only issues emergency declarations before fleeing the state for a ski trip, that probably won’t happen until late-fall at the earliest.

As a result, school districts are technically prohibited from requiring that their unvaccinated students wear masks as the Delta variant spreads across the state like an ambitious strain of gonorrhea on the Oklahoma State Fair midway.

Fortunately, Chris Brewster – the superintendent for Santa Fe South Charter Schools – is standing up to our rube Governor and Derplahoman lawmakers. He issued a letter yesterday stating that “masks will be required of all students and staff while at school or at school-related activities, whenever indoors and in close contact.”

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7 reasons Oklahomans should be sent to live on Mars

Guess who else is hiring!

Last week, NASA announced it is taking applications for Mars Dune Alpha. The program aims to create an authentic Martian-style habitat deep in the heart of Texas and is actively recruiting four adventurous folks to spend 12 months living as if they were on Mars.

The whole study seems like a waste of time and money, because as we all know, Oklahomans can easily live on Mars! We don’t need the gubment to tell us that!

Here are 7 reasons why Oklahomans could (and should) be sent to live on Mars!

1. We’re Prepared for the Red Dirt

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Mad Maxi-Mart: A Post-Apocalyptic Vision of Local Convenience Stores

I recently received a text from TLO head-honcho Patrick telling me about this convenience store somewhere in Oklahoma City that not only promised smokes and beer, but hot food as well, suggesting that I should look into it, knowing how obsessive I am about championing these typically destitute places.

I think I may have finally met my match.

It was sometime in the afternoon when I stopped by, as cars were not only rounding the building and its decorative signage of various smokables, but a constant clientele of on-foot patrons that kept the door of the place open. At first, it seemed welcoming to me.

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