In The News
Beginning at 39:00 in to the podcast, Congressman Russel joins Scott Mitchell to talk about harkening back to a time of political civility, ways to see education reform, and innovation in Oklahoma.
A civil war half a world away brought an Oklahoma politician face-to-face with human tragedy.
President Obama’s proposed 2017 budget has prompted Congress to act to defend our nation’s military readiness. The commander-in-chief is poised to slash the military by $3 billion, according to the text.
A single serving of pasta cooked with North Carolina tap water in the home of a sick baby contained more lead than a dime-sized paint chip. An increase in spontaneous abortions and miscarriages was tied to undisclosed lead in the Washington, D.C.’s drinking water.
WASHINGTON — After the US House of Representatives approved a Republican-led bill to give Congress more oversight over implementation of the Iran nuclear deal, and after President Barack Obama vowed to veto the legislation should it pass the Senate and reach his desk, the bill’s author maintains the substance of his measure is already in line with promises the president made when selling the de
President Obama is opening up about his proposal to add a $10 per barrel oil tax when he presents his budget to congress next week.
Congressman Steve Russell says the United States should be open to accepting refugees seeking resettlement from Syria. Representative Russell spoke to Fox 25 following his return from refugee camps in Europe and the Middle East.
Ahead of President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union address Tuesday night, Talk Media News spoke with members of the House Republican party to get a sense of what they see as the important issues facing the country in the year to come.