Earlier this week, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt sent a letter to Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin imploring him to remove federal vaccine mandates for the Oklahoma National Guard.
Stitt did this because…
A) 10% of Oklahoma’s national guardsmen – about 800 people or so – have refused the vaccine and are unable to work.
B) Pandering to anti-vaxxers and criticizing every move of the Joe Biden administration are two key components of Stitt’s governing strategy!
Here’s the letter:
Yesterday afternoon, Joe Biden’s handlers in the EPA announced a new plan to reduce the methane emissions that are created whenever the energy industry drills deep underground to plunder natural resources for profit.
The proposal, which goes into effect in 2022, is part of an international effort to reduce methane emissions worldwide by 30% by 2030.
Since the plan would be good for the environment, combat the rise in global temperatures, and maybe even keep cities along coastlines hospitable for humans until a new technology comes along to destroy them, Oklahoma’s Oil Overlords are adamantly against it.
Here are the details via KOKH:
I understand that being friends with me has its price.
For example, last week my former neighbor Amy invited me over to watch When Harry Met Sally, which I was more than willing to do. However, I told her that I wanted to make her dinner and I wanted to fix something that the Pioneer Woman would be proud of. Hopefully.
Thankfully, she was down, so I prepared to make Rib-Eye Steak with Whiskey Cream Sauce, which is all well and good, that is, until I purchased the rib-eye steaks from the grocery store, finding out that for two it was nearly thirty bucks. While that might seem like nothing to you, as an amateur chef that tries to keep his creations to around fifteen to twenty dollars for the whole meal, it knocked the bloodied wind right out of me.
But, with my mouth already open and this edible promise loudly seeping out, I purchased them, along with a small sample bottle of Jack Daniel’s from an area liquor store; thankfully, I already had everything else, like onions, spices, and so on.