Lost Ogle Show: OKC Mayoral Candidate Frank Urbanic

We were happy to welcome right-wing OKC Mayoral Candidate Frank Urbanic to the streaming void for a recent recording of The Lost Ogle Show presented by Patricia’s. Frank – an attorney and military veteran – first made our radar when he successfully led legal challenges to state and local public health and safety measures during […]

More Details Emerge from State Rep Jose Cruz “Bathroom Incident”

Last week, we were ninth on the scene, first on the real story, to report that State Rep. Jose Cruz – an up and comer in the Oklahoma Democratic Party – had stepped down due to an inappropriate “bathroom incident” during a New Year’s Eve Gathering in Oklahoma City.

Here’s what we reported at the time:

On New Year’s Eve, Cruz and his wife attended a little New Year’s Eve mixer with some other local politicos. At one point during the night, Cruz – apparently unbeknownst to his wife and other party attendees – snuck away and made a drunken and very unwanted “advance” on a female lobbyist in a bathroom. I’m putting “advance” in quotes because I honestly have no clue how serious or aggressive the “stupid stuff” was, but it was apparently serious enough for him to step down.

Well, I guess we now officially know how serious his “stupid stuff” was. The answer is “Very.”

Yesterday afternoon, Cruz’s accusor, Sarah Rivin – a lobbyist with the American Heart Association – came forward to discuss the incident with KFOR reporter / TLO super fan Jessica Bruno. If you want to watch a still-traumatized Sarah attempt to hold back tears as she recounts the events of the night, you can watch the interview here.

If you’d rather go with the less emotionally gripping but still disturbing TLDR, we’ve acquired the “Victims Timeline of the Events” statement and that Sarah provided to the police and the series of text messages Cruz sent her following the incident. Here’s a quick synopsis:

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Do over: Oklahoma lawmaker wants to void registered voter statuses for Oklahomans

I’m sure a lot of people have something that they would like to “do over.”

Whether it was taking that job in Dallas, declining that third turkey leg on the second (and final) date at the Oklahoma State Fair, or taking an extra 37 seconds in the voter booth in November 2017 instead of straight-ticket voting some businessman into the governor’s seat, I am sure there are a lot of decisions Oklahomans wish they would re-do. But as JW Gustafan said in the 1995 classic romantic comedy, Grumpier Old Men, “you can wish in one hand and crap in the other and see which one fills up first” and one Oklahoma lawmaker is done wishing.

In fact, Hominy’s esteemed Representative, Sean Roberts, is actually giving Oklahomans a chance to do something over again: register to vote.

Via KFOR…

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TLO Restaurant Review: McClintock Saloon

I’ve always thought that McClintock’s Saloon was far more of an upscale eatery for the Stockyards-wannabes that find Cattlemen’s too rough and tumble, especially when grabbing an easy drink and an even easier steak after buying black socks at one of the surrounding western-wear stores that wallow in overpricedness.

I did, however, catch the exceptional flick Savage Land, about the murder of an Indigenous youth by backwoods cops in Custer County, at the Rodeo Cinema and, by the time I got out, that old hungry feeling started to weigh heavily on me.

Knowing that it was now or never, like the lonely cowpoke that I mostly am but don’t want to be, I finally decided to have dinner there.

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