In Oklahoma, we’re an odd bunch. We’re known throughout the world as being the capital of Tornado Alley, we’re buckle of the Bible Belt, and we’re known as the home of many Native American tribes. Our state began with a land run, literally giving many people a shot at freedom of the type only the pilgrims got to experience, while still living in a thriving country with a growing infrastructure. Read more Freedom and Serfdom in Oklahoma
In the early 1990’s, during the infancy of the internet, the first “spam” posts began to appear. Some were peddling dubious products, some were claiming the end of humanity and fulfillment of prophecy. As technology grew, so too did spam and it’s infiltration into the information you and I see every day.
We all like to have our opinions and many of us fight to see those opinions help change the world for the better. Many of us default back to our instincts of fights, arguments, and debate. In order to have a fight, argument, or debate, there has to he an “other side”– a 2nd party or group; someone to oppose. When we’re not on the battlefield looking at our enemy, things become more subjective. Read more An army of one: The failure of the us vs them mentality.
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Written by: Joe Love
Narrated by: John Greening
‘Twas the night before Trumpmas when all through the house
Nobody was sleeping, they wanted him out
The air horns were out beside red caps and pins
In hopes that The Donald would soon be sworn in
“Don’t Vote for Hillary”
Original song by Joe Love
In the style of “Don’t stand so close to me” by The Police.