• Insurer's announcement is more evidence of Obamacare's flaws

    The Oklahoman Editorial | Published: Tue, Nov 24, 2015

    LIKE Peter Pan, the Affordable Care Act may never grow old. The program is perhaps even more unsustainable than we thought. The same White House assuring us that Syrian refugees will be thoroughly vetted failed to thoroughly vet is own health care plan. Obamacare is a ticking time bomb. Or, to put in the “Peter Pan” vernacular, it's a ticking crocodile. Its sustainability is chasing it toward a fiscal gangplank. Further evidence that Obamacare is based on Tinker Bell-style pixie dust rather than solid business principles came last week. UnitedHealth Group, the largest U.S. health insurer, said it can't commit to participating in the program beyond the coming year. Why? It's unsustainable.

  • Investors might see a better return if they keep their dollars in Oklahoma

    BY SCOTT MEACHAM | Published: Mon, Nov 23, 2015

    Scott Meacham urges Oklahoma's investors to not forget Oklahoma-based startups when they are looking for places to put their funds. Meacham writes that investors might find some great bargains with better-than-average returns.

  • Baker Mayfield and Baillie Burmaster: Love Bedlam style

    By Jenni Carlson Columnist jcarlson@oklahoman.com | Published: Mon, Nov 23, 2015

    The OU quarterback and former OSU soccer player say their relationship works for several reasons -- despite devotion to their respective schools.

  • Your Life: Resisting fear in the face of terror

    By Charlotte Lankard For The Oklahoman | Published: Mon, Nov 23, 2015

    Charlotte Lankard: There is no wrong way to feel about what we have witnessed, but how we respond is the challenge.

  • Oklahoma native Kristin Chenoweth stars in effort to 'erase' breast cancer

    By Brandy McDonnell Features Writer bmcdonnell@oklahoman.com  | Published: Mon, Nov 23, 2015

    Broken Arrow native Kristin Chenoweth returned to Oklahoma recently to speak at Celebrate Pink OKC, a fundraising luncheon and fashion show benefiting Oklahoma Project Woman, an organization that provides breast health care services for people with no health insurance and limited financial resources. The cause is personal for Chenoweth, whose mother and beloved voice teacher, among others, both are breast cancer survivors.