Ask Dr. Anna: Animal superstitions, feline mystic

Ask Dr. Anna: Animal superstitions, feline mystic

Friday the 13th has long been considered a day of bad luck and ominous fortune. Walking under a ladder, breaking a mirror, having a black cat cross your path- these are all considered unlucky things, but especially so on Friday the 13th. This got me wondering about other animal superstitions involving animals, especially cats, and […]

Rep. Murphey: The transparency test

Rep. Murphey: The transparency test

Time and again I have witnessed the voters elect a new office holder based on the candidate’s platform of reform and innovation. The new office holder starts out with the best intentions, excited and ready to implement new ideas, unfortunately only to devolve into a self-centered career politician whose primary motivation becomes the extension of […]

Are you ready for storm season?

Are you ready for storm season?

By John D. Doak Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner   Whether you’ve lived in Oklahoma all your life or you are new to the area, storm season must be taken seriously. Preparing before the sirens sound is the best way to protect your family and your property. The following tips will help you get ready for tornado […]

Rep. Murphey: Taxpayer-funded Minecraft

Rep. Murphey: Taxpayer-funded Minecraft

It was deja-vous. A few days ago, the State Purchasing Director attempted to walk the Government Modernization Committee through the ins and outs of state government purchasing policy. His unenviable task faced two primary challenges: capturing the attention of legislators for what at first glance appears to be an extremely dry (though important) subject matter, […]