Editorial Roundup: Recent editorials in Oklahoma newspapers

Editorial Roundup: Recent editorials in Oklahoma newspapers

Gun Rights

Here are excerpts from recent editorials in Oklahoma newspapers: Enid News & Eagle. Feb. 25, 2019. — Club stands for all voices We hope people don’t get too caught up on labels. Sign Up and Save Get six months of free digital access to The News & Observer SUBSCRIBE WITH GOOGLE #ReadLocal Because if they are, they are missing the point. The Feminist Club at Enid High School is an example. Comments on social media show several people seemed to be caught up with the name, trying to make the club to far more sinister and radical than what it is. That’s a shame. The club was formed by EHS senior Mary Neal as a way for students to come together and talk about issues. The club isn’t just for females. It doesn’t have a man-hating ideology, and it doesn’t exist just for the benefit of females. The club is open to anyone, and the topics discussed can cover a variety of issues — class, race, human trafficking, sexual assault, voting and sex education. All organizers ask is that those attending be civil. Rather than attack, we all should be applauding the organizers, sponsors and members of the Feminist Club and others at Enid High School. High school students shouldn’t be afraid to express their opinions. They should be encouraged to do so. And, it shouldn’t be just the so-called popular opinions that are heard. ___ Tulsa World. Feb. 26, 2019. — Constitutional carry bad idea, bad policy Loosening […]

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