The main topic for the past several weeks has been the loosening of COVID-19 restrictions and mask mandates. Seems more and more cities, counties and states are doing way with their mandatory regulations and rules concerning public health, as it relates to the pandemic. Of course this has caused a lot of heated debate and arguments over the past couple of weeks. Some say it's too early and others are saying it's about time. Now that we have a wide spread COVID-19 vaccine and most of the population is getting vaccinated, we're all wondering when we'll be seeing a return to normal?
Following Mark Cuban’s controversial announcement that he would no longer play the National Anthem prior to Dallas Mavericks games, the Dallas Stars felt the need to release their own statement regarding the Anthem.
Oklahoma has ranked in the top 20 for the most firearms purchased in 2020. An historic number of firearms were bought and sold last year, more so than any other year in history. We're talking about roughly 21 million plus firearms according to the totals provided by the most recent FBI data and NICS (National Instant Criminal Background Check System). The next highest year for gun sales was set back in 2016 at close to 16 million. The spike was caused primarily due to the possibility of further gun control efforts by the Federal Government including an assault weapons and high capacity magazine ban.