When the national death toll from coronavirus exceeded 50,000, Gov. Kevin Stitt opened barber shops, hair salons, nail salons, and pet grooming services.
It is too bad Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt's data is as incomplete as his actions to protect the people living in his state.
Oklahoma City Ward 1 Councilman James Greiner wants everyone out of their sweats and into their suits by the end of the month, COVID-19 be damned.
When it comes to inserting qualifiers into his statements to reflect better on his actions, Inhofe and his handlers are practitioners of the dark arts.
The stagecraft during a recent Zoom call was remarkable. Inhofe appeared wearing a paramilitary olive-green shirt. It was epic pandering.
At a time when seemingly all of society’s functions are in turmoil, it is easy to miss the warnings when the gatekeepers start locking the gates.
From our Opinion columnist, George Lang -- Many Oklahomans still do not take COVID-19 seriously. Gov. Kevin Stitt is a major reason for that.
As the nation looked to lawmakers to find a way through the COVID-19 health crisis, Oklahoma's U.S. Senators James Lankford and Jim Inhofe whined.
The brutal truth is that both Lankford and Inhofe constituted 25 percent of the “no” votes on the COVID-19 response bill, which was approved 90-8.
Gov. Kevin Stitt’s unforced error of posting his family enjoying a local food court during a pandemic was not just embarrassing and grossly irresponsible.