Global warming: A shifting hypothesis
Editor, The Trancript: The last few years of listening to the American news media talk about its consensus on climate change has been like watching a dog lick himself....
Breaking the rules of the road
Editor, The Transcript: I have driven in almost all of the 50 united states and several foreign countries, but never have I seen so many drivers who flagrantly violate traffic laws as there are here in Norman....
Spring is Here — Awake
Editor, The Transcript: Spring is here. Spring. Spring is a time of awakening. If so, are we aware of the needs of our fellow Oklahomans? Let us look at our lives....
Permanent approval of Public Safety Sales Tax a good idea
Editor, The Transcript: On May 13, 2008, a special election was held in the City of Norman providing for the assessment of a sales tax of one half of one percent (0.5 percent) for staffing of 41 additional police personnel and 30 ...
Vote conservative to avoid higher property taxes
Editor, The Transcript: Norman has an election April 1. One part, which will be City wide, is for the ‘Safety’ sales tax increase....
New poll sheds light on tax reductions
Editor, the Transcript: A new poll reported by the Oklahoma Policy Institute (okpolicy.org) should change some minds among Republican legislators about the wisdom of reducing the state’s income tax as proposed by the governor. The poll ...
Moratorium is shocking
Editor, The Transcript: Upon reading the article in Monday’s Transcript about a Senate bill creating a moratorium on wind generators located east of I-35 for three years, I was shocked. The reason given was that we didn’t have enough ...
Make the PSST permanent
Editor, The Transcript: As citizens of Norman, we support the April 1 initiative to make the half-cent Public Safety Sales Tax permanent....
Vote no when you aren’t served
Editor, The Transcript: Gripes! · No tax forms at the west Norman library. · No snow and ice cleanup to avoid accidents. · Putting a retail message on Norman High School marquee....
Candidates’ forum for Norman City Council
Editor, The Transcript: On Monday, March 24, the League of Women Voters of Norman will host a Candidates’ forum for the Norman City Council, Wards 2, 4, 6, and 8. The event will be from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the City Council Chambers in the ...
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