Washington Times - Andrew Nachemson
Alzheimer’s advocates are warning that Medicare and the national health system will be swamped by costs and patient loads in the coming years if no action is taken to prepare for a projected huge increase in the caseload as baby boomers enter their senior years.
The Oklahoman - Carla Hinton
The Oklahoma Congressional delegation recently hosted its 10th annual Oklahoma Prayer Breakfast at the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C., to pray for Oklahomans and celebrate the proud history and tradition of the Sooner State.
Chickasha News - Adam Troxtell
Oklahoma congressional representatives have greeted a new agreement between the U.S. and Iran over its nuclear program with skepticism.
NewsOK - Chris Casteel
Members of Oklahoma’s all-Republican congressional delegation voiced skepticism and concern Tuesday about the nuclear deal struck by the Obama administration and other countries with Iran.
Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Tulsa
The Oklahoman - Editorial Board
Members of Oklahoma’s congressional delegation had a somewhat muted response to the news that Fort Sill will gain from a pending military restructuring that will produce deep cuts in other installations. We share their ambivalence.
Lawton Constitution - Mitch Meador
The sun popped out at Fort Sill on Thursday after Army officials announced where the 40,000 cuts to its active force would be.
Fort Sill will have zero job cuts, according to Joe Gallagher, deputy to the commanding general of the Fires Center of Excellence and Fort Sill.
Lawton Constitution - Editorial
Were you scared and nervous about the Pentagon’s announcement about downsizing 40,000 troops that was released at noon on Thursday? Net impact is adding about 219 soldiers over next two years.
The Oklahoma - Chris Casteel
Fort Sill, the U.S. Army artillery post in southwestern Oklahoma, will gain more than 200 positions over the next two years while other bases are hit with deep personnel cuts.
Indian Country Today - Harlan McKosato
KGOU - Brian Hardzinski
Former U.S. Rep. Brad Carson has been formally nominated for the position of Under Secretary for Personnel and Readiness at the U.S. Department of Defense.