Ways You Can Reduce Fear and Panic Right Now

We are joined by Shaping Opinion’s Tim O/Brien to discuss his five tips to reduce fear and panic during these uncertain times. Find the article here: http://obriencommunications.com/2020/03/covid-19-what-you-can-do-to-reduce-fear-and-panic-right-now/?fbclid=IwAR1yHrH5lt6SfFzVup3cXoUK_X1OS0AGQuK3k9nCCrtI-YKRhtBntQWl1TE

Oklahoma’s Certifiable Congressman


The election of 1920 brought about great change in the political landscape. Warren G. Harding was ushered into the White House in a landslide and Manuel Herrick, the accidental Republican nominee for Oklahoma’s Eight Congressional District, went to Washington on his coattails. He was known by many title: Congress’ Aerial Daredevil, the Okie Jesus or the Loneliest Man in Washington.Having been determined insane and briefly committed to an asylum, Oklahoma ranks as the first state to have an officially determined insane person in their Congressional delegation.  He served one term in Congress but made a lifetime of poor decisions while in the Capital. Hear the whole story here.

Pop Bottles: The Debt I Owe Buddy Margraff


Sodas in glass bottles are making a comeback! There was a time when these “pop” bottles could be returned to grocery stores for a few cents per bottle. It was a good way for an enterprising kid like me could make extra money for comic books and a movie on Saturday night…and learn a valuable lesson in the process.

Community By Design: From Main Street To Grandma’s House


It’s common to hear folks decry the loss of community in our country today. There is a lack of diversity in our neighborhoods. We barely know our neighbors.

Could the design of our neighborhoods and homes play a part in all this? Was there something in the old town square and traditional neighborhoods that built community? Our guest Aimee Gray believes so.

Active in preservation and restoration efforts in downtown Liberty, Mo., Aimee believes that there was something very right in the traditional design of our cities and towns. She believes  borrowing some of the ideas from the past could help build better, more together, communities.