Surviving a tornado while on the road
All Oklahomans know the importance of going to the storm shelter when the tornado sirens sound. But what should a person do when caught in a storm while out on the road?
Be a good neighbor with pesticide applications
Being a good neighbor with pesticide applications means thinking first, about what your pesticide application might do to harm your neighbors crops.
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Cool vs. un-cool musicians
Jokes, we know, are no good if you have to explain them. It has happened in my experience that a certain deadness of expression sets in on some non-musicians’ faces upon hearing them because they aren’t in tune (if you’ll pardon the play on words) with the punch lines. They don’t get them.
Seizure of AP phone records insult to independent press
Distrust of government secrecy has been elevated to an exceptional level with the disclosure the Justice Department covertly examined two months of Associated Press phone records to determine who leaked details to the AP about a foiled terrorist plot.
AP right to be angry about seized phone records
The Obama Justice Department is a wonder. It is a frightening wonder, but a wonder nonetheless. Attorney General Eric Holder, ever eager to give terrorists their day in civilian court and so protective of their rights, has no qualms about stomping on the constitutional rights of the press.
Looking through the miscellaneous file
I’ve heard historians say that in the so-called primitive cultures the women bear and raise the children, gather and raise food for the family, and prepare the meals. The men hunt, fish, and tell stories. Many of you will see there is nothing primitive about this except for the lack of hunting and fishing in some areas.
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