Religion shouldn’t run policy
Editor, The Transcript: Religion has always been an excuse for bigotry, despite Christine Flowers’ bold and inaccurate claims that religion was not to blame for prohibitions against interracial marriage in her opinion piece in Monday’s ...
A greater quality of life for all of our neighbors in Norman
Editor, The Transcript: A few weeks ago, I sent out a plea for help; help to ensure all women and men living on the streets of Norman could have access to safe, warm shelter each night. You see, Food and Shelter has been providing ...
Unrelated person ordinance needs to be enforced, not abolished
Editor, The Transcript: The opinion expressed by John Lungren, a Realtor, in a recent Norman Transcript should be recognized by all who read it for what it really is: a self-serving, uninformed attempt to influence the City Council. The ...
What really happend at the Norman City Council meeting
Editor, The Transcript: I was blindsided in a recent letter by Lea Greenleaf in the Norman Transcript. We had never met in the past and I don’t know anything about the man....
One thing in common
Editor, The Transcript: When someone asks to purchase one of my wildlife photos, it pleases me to no end. To think that my hard work is appreciated enough to spend money on makes me very proud....
I miss the good old America
Editor, The Transcript: I miss America. I miss waking up in a country where I was free to practice my religion because my country thought that freedom of religion was important....
Interstate work lasting too long
Editor, The Transcript: I have always enjoyed visiting Norman after graduating from the University of Oklahoma in 1976 but have made my last trip. Interstate 35 has been under almost continuous construction at Norman for at least 30 ...
Republicans not to blame for bridge closure
Editor, The Transcript: You recently printed a letter to the editor which basically accused the Republican Party of being responsible for the cracks in the Lexington-Purcell Bridge. The letter asserted that because Republicans who run the ...
Ever argue with a computer? It’s mostly a fruitless task. Sometimes answers just don’t match The questions one did ask. Technology holds great promise Of making things easier to do. Is there room for improvement? Well, I’m just asking you....
A right protected by the Constitution
Editor, The Transcript: Dear Abolitionists Society of Oklahoma, My name is Emily Frech, and I am a 2013 graduate of Norman High School. I currently attend Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. I was startled to read this week that your ...
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