My 2 Cents
Kelly Ogle's 2 Cents: Kevin Stitt Brings Unique Perspective To Running The StateIt was strange to see Kevin Stitt, who proudly positioned himself as a political outsider, to be standing in front of Oklahoma's ruling class Monday at his inauguration. Among Oklahoma's political leaders sitting behind Governor Stitt as he took the oath
Your 2 Cents: President Trump, Speaker Pelosi Headed For Showdown Over WallThe government shutdown over President Trump's demand for more border security and a wall, is as much about the presidential election next year as anything else. Here's what you had to say about it: Anita first, "Kelly I totally agree! It's a stall to get
My 2 Cents: Former President George H.W. Bush RememberedIt's been moving to watch the respect and honor being paid to the late President George H.W. Bush, our 41st commander in chief. His body was flown from Houston to Washington Monday, aboard a presidential airplane ordered by President Trump. And he will li
Your 2 Cents: Migrant Caravan Storms Border Fence CrossingThe so-called asylum seekers staging near riots, stoning our Border Patrol agents and trying to ram through our border fence cannot be rewarded with entering our country. It would open the flood gates to thousands more trying the same tactic. Here's what
Your 2 Cents: ‘First Man’ Captures Importance Of Moon Landing
"First Man" the movie about Neil Armstrong stepping onto the moon sparked some boycotts because it excluded the planting of U.S. flag on the lunar surface. I saw the movie and say the boycotts are unnecessary, the flag is frequently shown.
My 2 Cents: Thursday A Day To Watch In Washington D.C.
Thursday is shaping up to be a day to watch what happens in Washington D.C. First, Professor Christine Blasey Ford is expected to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on her allegations that she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
My 2 Cents: OKC City Manager Jim Couch Is The Uncle Of Maps
If former Mayor Ron Norick is the Father of Maps, City Manager Jim Couch would be its Uncle. Not a lot of people remember back in 1996 and '97, the first MAPS plan was still stumbling along with higher than expected construction bids and other problems.