The 2011 holiday card sent out by Muneer Awad, the director of CAIR's chapter in Oklahoma, to state legislators, officials and others thanked them for their continued support to make Oklahoma a great "Home for the Holidays."
I want to wish all my Christian friends and readers a very Merry Christmas! Your support means so much to me. 2012 will be an important year for Christians and everyone, really. We need to become more knowledgeable - more vocal - so we can stand up for what's right together.
A federal complaint filed in court in New York City on December 15, 2011 seeks the assets of a number of car dealers across the U.S. in order to shut down a massive money laundering scheme the DOJ claims helped fund Hezbollah, a designated terrorist organization.
Law enforcement agents in Tulsa were at Ace Auto Mart, one of the car dealers named in the complaint, located on 11th St.in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Friday. Ace Auto was allegedly involved in wire transfers of over $20 million dollars!
Lowes hates Muslims? That's one of the hastags used on twitter by Islamists and their partners on the left recently. Perhaps, though, if you dig a little deeper all this rhertoric is cover for something else; Christians must be stopped from pursuing a cause. Too ridiculous?
(screenshot taken 12/16/11 at 10:30 am of tweet to me by Chris Lavoie, co-host and executive producer of the Stephanie Miller Show)
Somewhere along the line mostly conservative Tulsa became hostage to some progressives. For one thing, the local paper's editorial writers are stance liberals which is why I don't subscribe to it. In early 2009, they laid off 28 employees and last year they put in a pay-wall similar to what the liberal New York Times has done which makes their online news a closed-source. I would venture to guess their polarizing ideological views are so contrary to the majority of Tulsans might have, in some small way. contributed. Tulsa is also home to billionaire Obama bundle George Kaiser who is embroiled in the Solyndra controversy.