Whose side are Portland protesters on?

If the protesters swarming the streets of Portland, Ore, and other cities really want to defeat President Trump, they might want to consider this suggestion: Go home.

Planned Parenthood’s surprise move

I'm no fan of cancel culture, which seems to me to be shrill, suffocating and unforgiving. At the same time, Planned Parenthood in New York is distancing itself from its co-founder, Margaret Sanger, removing her name from one of their health centers in lower Manhattan. This is overdue – and, frankly, unexpected. For as long as I can remember, protests about her pro-eugenics views were largely ignored.

Today is the 212th day of 2020 and the 41st day of summer.

Fiegener honored with recognition

Clinton High School 2009 graduate Mark Fiegener, son of Rob and Amy Fiegener, recently received firm-wide recognition during the annual leadership conference held by BKD CPAs & Advisors.

Sappington earns high collegiate marks

Taya Sappington, a 2017 graduate of Arapaho-Butler, recently received the Award of Excellence of President’s Honor Roll from Oklahoma State University. She has maintained a 4.0 grade point average for all six semesters she has attended OSU.

Dangers of voting by mail

President Trump has said many times that voting by mail – which will play a big role in this November's presidential election – is vulnerable to fraud. "There is tremendous evidence of fraud whenever you have mail-in ballots," Trump has noted. The November election, he added, "will be, in my opinion, the most corrupt election in the history of our country."

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