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Tax credits have multiple interpretations
The Governor has proposed a moratorium on certain tax credits in the State of Oklahoma.
Ethics questions on pundit-candidates
Questions have been raised for some time about the ethics of persons who move from a role as political candidates to doing network programs and political commentator roles, or the other way around.
A Republican deficit plan
After a year of a legislative policy of “just say no,” at least one Republican has come forth with an actual plan to fix the nation’s deficit.
- Who dem Tea Party goers?
Moderate Republican oxymoron
The term “moderate Republican” has become increasingly outdated and has reached the dubious status of oxymoron. The party has become increasingly dominated by the hard liners – now those who are even right of right. The “tea bagger” element appears to have taken over.
The audacity of 'Nope'
Who would have thought that a party, any political party, which had done nothing but say, “No,” to every positive action and proposal significant to the nation put before its delegation in Congress could possibly be laying a plausible claim to “winning” after a year of such negatives?
Once termed the Manic-Depressive psychosis, the popular term for the wild swings of mood is now Bi-polar Disorder. Those of us who have been closely associated with politics because of our careers in public service know the syndrome.
- Trivial pursuits
Cacophony of critics
Too often today’s television news channels are simply a cacophony of critics. Participants vie for attention and air time, and those who are the rudest and the loudest win.
Tax cuts and budget shortfalls
Week after week and month after month of this fiscal year, the Oklahoma media outlets have been filled with the news of revenue shortfalls and cuts in agency budgets.
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- Tax credits have multiple interpretations