The Star’s editorial was elegant, articulate and right on the money. I heartily applaud The Star’s efforts to reign in your local government by telling politicians they should be transparent, with no locked doors or hidden agendas.
The Star chastised them to tell the truth, follow the law and conduct their business in full view. In fact, the advice was so timely, urgent and essential that I sent it to the White House and Congress so that they might benefit from The Star’s wisdom.
One thing bothers me, though: With The Star’s editorial writers protesting this bad behavior so strongly, I worry that you might be about to blow up a building in Oklahoma City.