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Tulsa Is Looking For A New Sheriff

Tulsa Is Looking For A New Sheriff

David Van Risseghem

Interviews Being Held This Friday Night

Public Is Invited To Help Vet The Candidates

  Tulsa went too long with the disgraced former sheriff. Eventually, a grand jury drove him from office and indicted him on misdemeanor complaints.
  Now we begin the careful process of selecting a new lawman to lead this county, and keep it safe and free. The citizens only get to select one peace officer so we best get it right this time.
  This Friday night the Tulsa County Republican Mens’ Club is hosting a special public meeting and inviting the Republican candidates to come interview with the voters and get their trust and support. Three local journalists (including myself) will come with a prepared list of open questions for all the candidates to weigh in on. But the emcee would also like your input. Write your question on an index card and present it at the event. But make sure the question is applicable to all the candidates and not specific to just one or a few of them.

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OK2A on Status of Norman Lawsuit and SB41

OK2A on Status of Norman Lawsuit and SB41

The final hearing in OK2A’s lawsuit against the Norman Music Fest was held in August with the Judge ruling against OK2A’s request to grant a permanent injunction against organizers of the music fest prohibiting them from banning the otherwise legal car…

A Green Light for Investment Crowdfunding?

A Green Light for Investment Crowdfunding?

There’s big news in the crowdfunding world.  The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that they are (finally) voting on final rules Friday that would make investment crowdfunding legal. Other types of crowdfunding — funding a venture with small amounts of money solicited from a large group of people — have…

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