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ONR Extra Coburn (5:39)

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Oklahoma U.S. Senator Tom Coburn made national news recently with a couple of comments at town hall meeting. Responding to a man in Langley who asked if President Obama "wants to destroy America," Coburn said the president's "intent is not to destroy, his intent is to create dependency because it worked so well for him." "As an african-american male," Coburn said, Obama received "tremendous advantage from a lot of these programs." Coburn has offered to apologize to any congressional colleagues offended by his remark that "it was a good thing he couldn't pack a gun on the senate floor." Coburn called the comment about shooting fellow lawmakers out of frustration a joke. Senator Coburn met with constituents at several town hall meetings this week. In this ONR Extra, here is an excerpt from the town hall in Claremore.

Related Topics: Government, Politics, Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on August 19, 2011


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FOR A THIRD TIME, OKLAHOMA NATIVE ELZABETH WARREN FACED TOUGH QUESTIONING BEFORE A CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE. WARREN WAS PICKED BY THE PRESIDENT TO SET UP THE NEW CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU AND IS SAID TO BE HIS CHOICE TO BE THE FIRST DIRECTOR OF THE AGENCY. HOUSE G-O-P MEMBERS WANT HER POWER LIMITED. THE NEW FEDERAL AGENCY WAS CREATED UNDER A LAW THAT REWROTE THE FINANCIAL RULES TO PREVENT THE ABUSES THAT CRASHED THE NATION'S HOUSING MARKET AND SENT THE ECONOMY INTO RECESSION. IN THIS "ONR EXTRA" THE CONGRESSIONAL PANEL'S QUESTIONING CENTERED ON FUNDING AND OVERSIGHT.

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Politics

Originally broadcast on July 15, 2011


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Ethanol Debate (5:40)

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Senator Tom Coburn fell short of his effort to end the federal subsidy for ethanol.

Related Topics: Government, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on June 14, 2011


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Midwest Economy (3:47)

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A monthly survey of supply managers indicates Oklahoma’s economy is getting better. The survey is conducted by Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. Dr. Ernie Goss, Professor of Economics at Creighton, joined us via SKYPE to talk about the numbers.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on June 2, 2011


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Economic Health (3:58)

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Jonathan Willner, Professor of Economics at Oklahoma City University, discussed the latest government economic figures.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on June 1, 2011


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Memorial Day Cemetery (2:21)

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Junior ROTC students planted flags on graves at a cemetery in Broken Arrow, in observance of Memorial Day.

Related Topics: Culture & Society, Community

Originally broadcast on May 27, 2011


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Storm Insurance (4:57)

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Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner, John Doak, discussed his agency’s response to the losses incurred by the outbreak of violent storms and tornadoes that rocked the state in late May.

Related Topics: Science & Nature, Weather & Natural Disasters

Originally broadcast on May 27, 2011


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Joplin Tornado Folo (3:59)

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OETA’s Cathy Tatom returned from Joplin and discussed the devastation she witnessed there, how residents are coping with the catastrophe, and the role several Oklahoma rescue teams are playing in the aftermath.

Related Topics: Science & Nature, Weather & Natural Disasters

Originally broadcast on May 23, 2011


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M.E. Office (2:25)

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Excerpts from some of the floor debate over a senate bill that would revamp the Board of Directors who oversee the State Medical Examiner's Office.

Related Topics: Science & Nature, News & Public Affairs, Forensics & Investigations, Government, Health

Originally broadcast on May 20, 2011


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American Indian Museum (7:19)

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The state Senate will not consider a forty-million-dollar bond proposal to continue construction on the American Indian Cultural Center in Oklahoma City. Gena Timberman, Executive Director of the Native American Cultural and Educational Authority, and Senator Patrick Anderson of Enid, talked about their opposing views on this funding.

Related Topics: Culture & Society, History, News & Public Affairs, Race & Ethnicity, Civilizations, Government

Originally broadcast on May 19, 2011