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by Steve Fair Oklahoma State Auditor and Inspector (SA&I) Cindy Byrd released the annual audit results from the Federal Single Audit this week. The audit covered 2022 expenditures. The annual audit is mandated by the feds to make sure COVID 19 Relief grant mon... More »


by Steve Fair     On Saturday evening, Iran launched 300 attack drones and missiles into Israel.  A seven-year-old girl was seriously injured by shrapnel from a missile.  Most of the drones and cruise missiles were downed before they reached the Israeli border... More »


by Steve Fair, Fair and Biased Up until the early 20th century, the United States had nearly open borders. Between 1890 and 1924, only about 1% of those trying to immigrate to America were rejected, usually because they failed a mental or health test. Until Th... More »


by Steve Fair A recent Gallup poll found that 43 percent of adults in America identify as political independents. This is a new high. Those identifying as Republican or Democrat are at 27 percent each. Those identifying as Democrat are at the lowest level ever... More »

Guide Them, but Let Them Learn from Their Mistakes

Dear Dave,  My wife and I have started teaching our five-year-old son about money. Do you feel we should step in and fix things when he makes mistakes, or let him experience the consequences of his actions? It’s so hard on my wife, especially, to see him disap... More »

The Horrors of Human Trafficking

OKLAHOMA CITY – With the recent release of the movie The Sound of Freedom, the conversation on the horror of human trafficking is growing. The movie, a dramatization, details one individual story, but does not even come close to the tragic magnitude of this is... More »

10 Best Money-Making Apps

By George Kamel These days, it’s easier than ever to shop online. After all, if I wanted to, I could order a night-light for my toilet and have it show up on my doorstep just a day or two later. (Okay, I actually did that. And it may have been the best $10 I’v... More »

Dave Ramsey, Generosity Isn’t Just for Christmas

By Rachel Cruze No matter what your holiday plans look like, one thing most people can agree on is that giving is a huge part of the Christmas season. And it’s fun to think about our own wish lists, of course. But somehow, it’s even more fun to give and be ext... More »


by Steve Fair The birth of Jesus Christ will be celebrated this week.  Christmas was declared a federal holiday in the United States in 1870.  It was an attempt by President Grant to unite the nation after the civil war.  Most private companies in the United S... More »


One thing both Republicans and Democrats can agree on – the other Party’s stance on issues, if left unchecked, will destroy America. In a recent NBC News (a liberal leaning organization) poll, 80% of those polled believed the other side is a precarious threat ... More »

Fair and Biased

By Steve Fair THE STATE OF SEQUOYAH! Most Oklahomans know the Five Civilized Tribes were relocated from the southeast U.S. by the federal government to Indian Territory in the 1830-40s. Those five tribes are the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Creek, Choctaw and Seminole... More »


      According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Americans in 2021 paid more in taxes than they spent on food, clothing and health care combined.  American households spent an average of $15,495 on food, clothing and health care, while paying an a... More »