TLO Show Podcast: Alex Weintz

We were honored and happy to welcome Alex Weintz – founding partner of Amber Integrated – to the streaming realm for an episode of The Lost Ogle Show! Alex – who previously served as the communications chief for Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin – is representing the Alliance for Electrical Restructuring in Oklahoma (AERO), a group […]

Did Sean Roberts throw a brick through his own window?

Ever since court documents alleging he abused his ex-wife roared their way through the Oklahoma politosphere, Oklahoma State Rep and Oklahoma Labor Commissioner candidate Sean “The Shlub” Roberts has been in damage control mode.

A few weeks ago, The Shlub brought out one of the few remaining politicians sick enough to still endorse him for Labor Commissioner – Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt – for a fundraiser attended by literally several people.

Then, last week, Roberts filed a slander lawsuit against Carol Bush – a Republican state rep from Tulsa – who called for him to drop out of the Labor Commissioner race at a press conference in Tulsa. The lawsuit is vague, hallow, and seems to lack any merit, which probably explains why this guy is the only attorney Roberts could find to file it.

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Friendly Reminder: Ryan Walters spent three months driving with a suspended drivers license…

With the GOP runoff election for State School Superintendant taking place tomorrow, I thought it would be fun to reshare this TLO exclusive from last April that wasn’t covered by any of the local legacy media outlets…

 

Back in April, we learned via The Ogle Mole Network that Ryan Epic-Barresi-Walters – the betting favorite to be our State’s next Superintendant of Public Education – had his license suspended and a bench warrant issued for his arrest in 2021 after he failed to pay a simple speeding ticket.

Yep, that’s right. The high school history teacher who wants to be in charge of educating 700,000 Oklahoma public school students can’t even take care of his speeding tickets. Take that, wokesters!

Here’s the first notice the state mailed to Ryan in March of 2021. If you’re a TLO subscriber who supports local media, you can check it and all the other notices that were sent to Walters below…

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We’d like to welcome Hoot Industries to the world!

After 12 years of entertaining the metro’s masses at various bars and restaurants, we’re proud to unveil a new name, branding, and holding company for our free-to-play line of Singo, Jackpot Bingo, and Team Trivia nights. Please give a warm welcome to Hoot Industries – The Smartest Fun in Town! So, what does this mean […]