"I use the same skills I learned in the military to troubleshoot problems and lead a team for my company, using these skills to have the best crew and the best project site in the whole industry," says Tulsa resident Larry Martin.
"The truth is that human babies are not being harmed by the development and use of these vaccines, but human babies and their families are being harmed by COVID-19," writes Tulsa resident Martina Jelley.
"I believe that we humans tend to underestimate God's creativity and therefore create arbitrary categories," said Tulsa resident Doris Piatak.
"The medical profession knows that some babies are born with indeterminate sexual characteristics — male and female features that are not quite formed or incomplete," writes Tulsa resident Maria De Long.
"Fourteen countries in all, so far, have had the engineering epiphany that nuclear power alone has the energy density to meet the energy demands of our modern world," says Tulsa resident Robert Knight.
"American gun owners have been defanged because the ammo shelves at gun stores are devoid of ammunition," says Bixby resident Lawrence Johnson.
"I don't recall Lankford blaming Trump for the supply chain disruptions during the pandemic (like toilet paper) that have spilled into the administration of President Joe Biden," writes Tulsa resident Samuel Harris.
“Everyone here has the freedom to die of a preventable disease,” writes Tulsa resident Thomas W. Allen.
"Unfortunately, after all the elections and pro-life hoopla are over, we are left with empty promises and a new group of politicians scratching for power and self-interest," says Tulsa resident Pam Pope.
"Within the hour, three firefighters came. They found my smoke alarms were all expired and told me exactly what to buy to replace them," says Broken Arrow resident Janice Stone.
"Please remember this: Our representatives may have all voted against the infrastructure bill, but when the ribbons are cut and checks handed out, they will all be right there to take credit and give the illusion that somehow their 'work' had something to do with getting this bonus for Oklahoma," writes Bartlesville resident Billy Palmer.
"Due to the increased longevity we enjoy today, I believe that it's high time that we consider a new amendment to the Constitution that would prevent anybody past a certain age to become a candidate for president," says Tulsa resident Al Langer.
"Oklahoma City won again," says Cheryl Cox-Vokes.
"Want to make America great again? Roll up your sleeve and get your injection," writes Tulsa resident John Harlan.
"The last thing Broken Arrow needs is a duplication of 71st Street between Mingo and Garnet roads imprinted to the section of 71st Street between County Line Road (193rd Street) and the turnpike," says Broken Arrow resident Larry Nodine.
"Failure to enforce federal and state PPE OSHA laws puts the employer in immediate risk of criminal and civil judgements," writes Sand Springs resident Lawrence Hill.
"So, keep in mind that even the greatest plan in your area might be useless to you if your trusted medical providers don't accept the coverage you buy," says Muskogee resident Roger Redden.
"The sky is not falling, but the atmosphere is quickly heating up," writes Tulsa resident Merritt Ford.
"...I would suggest they compare how the state of Oklahoma is doing overall compared to most of the states that are controlled by Democratic governors," says Broken Arrow resident George Colton.
"I will not ask forgiveness when I say that John Grant did not suffer enough when he was executed," writes Claremore resident Tom Egbert.
"Take your company's offer to get the vaccine or weekly tests, or quit your job because a politician spews misinformation," writes Broken Arrow resident Robert T. Hoverter.