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Newly-minted Luther "Big Luther" Strange is the man who replaced Jeff Sessions as U.S. Senator. He's already trying to ensure he stays a U.S. Senator. He posted this TV spot yesterday linking him to President Trump.

Back For The First Time

By Michael Carrier

Director of Communications & Outreach

5.9.17

         We’re back for the first time, and it’s going to be fun.

         For more than a year the University of Oklahoma’s Political Communication Center website has been "up" and “down” as the computer brainiacs describe it.

Independence Day

Tariffs, or taxes on the imports or exports of other countries, have played a pivotal role in American history.  On July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was signed by our Founding Fathers, announcing to the world that the United States no longer wished to to be ruled by King George III and Great Britain.  This declaration was in response to series of taxes imposed on American colonists by King George III, to replenish his war-torn treasury.  The last straw was the Tea Act, which imposed a tax on tea imported to the colonies, designed to give a trade advantage to the East India Tea

Bill Lucas

In honor of Black History Month, we would like to shine a light on Bill Lucas.

Henry Heads To Bean Town

 

Henry Heads To Bean Town

OU Curator To Help Save OETA Material

 

NORMAN – Lisa Henry is headed to Bean Town to help save a vital part of Oklahoma’s television news history and in the process she’s adding a new title to her resume – that of mentor.

Health Department Implosion

Oklahoma's Health Department is $30 million short amid allegations of corruption and mismangement. FBI, OSBI are likely to be involved. People may face jail time. One of the worst mismangements and shennanigans in Oklahoma's modern history.

There's No Escape

Political Ads Oklahomans Aren't Seeing

Karen Handel, Georgia 5th, GOP

Political Ads Oklahomans Aren't Seeing

The Georgia 5th: Ossoff vs. Handel

Edmondson joins governor's race

     Former Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson announced Monday he is running for governor. 

    Edmondson, a democrat, led the effort to defeat the controversial State Question 777, known as Right-To-Farm, last year.

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