Oklahoma doctor making a run around Obamacare

By   /  August 26, 2014  /  Health Care, National, News, Oklahoma  /  No Comments

 
 
By Shalva Ginsparg | Watchdog.org
About a year before the birth of Obamacare, Dr. Keith Smith, director of the Surgery Center of Oklahoma, posted all the prices for his center’s surgeries online.
Today, he’s in expansion mode, looking to build two more operating rooms. His fastest-growing group of patients? Obamacare enrollees.
Though armed with Obamacare health insurance plans, [...]

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7 reasons to be hopeful about America’s future

By   /  July 4, 2014  /  Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, National, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Northwest, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee Watchdog, Texas, Vermont  /  No Comments

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By Dustin Hurst and Andrew Collins | Watchdog.org
Things might be tough for America right now, but c’mon, there’s always hope. Though government continues to grow and invade personal and civil liberties by the day, we’re still America, the country founded on the idea of liberty, the nation with freedom enshrined in its founding documents.
So wipe those tears, [...]

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Oklahoma ranks 11th in corruption

By   /  July 2, 2014  /  Oklahoma  /  No Comments

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Oklahoma ranked as eleventh most corrupt state in new study. Corruption prevailed during era of one-party rule.

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A funny thing happened on the way to OK’s Republican U.S. Senate primary

By   /  June 23, 2014  /  Elections, News, Oklahoma  /  No Comments

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National Tea Party leaders criticized in June 19 letter for support of T.W. Shannon in Oklahoma Senate race.

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Woman battles against biometrics required for Oklahoma driver’s licenses

By   /  June 19, 2014  /  News, Oklahoma  /  No Comments

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A national organization with a history of battling for civic liberties has joined Oklahoman Kaye Beach in litigation against the state Department of Public Safety’s requirements for mandatory biometrics to secure driver’s licenses.

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Should New Mexico make a pension switch?

By   /  June 18, 2014  /  New Mexico, News, Oklahoma, Pensions  /  No Comments

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Three weeks ago, Oklahoma became one of a growing number of states switching from traditional retirement systems for new state employees to plans that resemble 401(k)s.

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