I regularly read the New York Times and the Washington Post. I want to know how the radical left thinks and operates.

On the heels of the Oklahoma women’s softball team winning their 6th National Championship at Hall of Fame Park in Oklahoma City, the Washington Post and the New York Times had a lot to do say about Oklahoma City.

Both the Times and the Posts advocated moving the Women’s College World Series from Oklahoma City.


Because the State of Oklahoma does not allow abortion.

That’s right. Rather than write about the incredibly dominant OU softball, or even about the stellar character of the girls who play the Oklahoma Women’s Softball team, sportswriter Billy Witz wrote that OKC should not be allowed to host the World Series anymore.



Reporter Witz came to OKC and singled out head coach Patty Gasso, and said:

“I was speaking with some parents that raised questions about the impending repeal of Roe v. Wade of, you know — they may not necessarily be comfortable sending their daughters to places where there’s anti-abortion bills, like there is in Oklahoma.”

No question. Just a statement. No sports reporting, simply liberal left activism.

It’s time the people of Oklahoma push back against the liberal agenda, and push back hard.

Having an abortion is not a constitutional right. In fact, abortion violates the unalienable right to life. 

Unalienable is a big word. Let me break it down. “Un-a-lien-able.” Pronounce it using four syllables. A “lien” is a right to keep possession of something belonging to another person until a debt owed to that person is discharged. LIFE is an un-a-lien-able right. LIFE can’t be lawfully taken away (a doctor taking the life of a child by abortion) or given away (a woman giving away the life of a child by abortion).

Oklahoma is following the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States by banning abortion. This summer, the Supreme Court will affirm the moral rightness of preventing the taking of an unalienable life by abortion.



Our Founding Document of the United States, the Declaration of Independence, declares:

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.–That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men,

In the Supreme Court’s Initial Draft that was leaked to the press, Justice Alito writes on behalf of the majority and declares:

“We hold that Roe (v. Wade) and Casey must be overruled.” 

“Must be overruled,” Alito writes.

We are a land of Law. The Constitution of the United States is the Law of the Land. It is based on the Declaration of Independence, the Laws of Nature, and trust in Nature’s God.



The people of Oklahoma City, the politicians of Oklahoma, and the women’s athletes on the University of Oklahoma’s softball team take the Declaration of Independence and the Consitution of the United States seriously.

In nature, offspring are zealously protected.

Only humans seem to have the moral ability to rebel against the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God. We know from Scripture, that any people who rebel against those Laws will face eventually face plagues, famine, and war.

“Therefore as surely as I live, declares the Sovereign LORD, because you have defiled me by your detestable practices…I myself will shave you; I will not look on your with pity or spare you. A third of your people will die of the pandemic or famine, a third will fall by the sword of war, and a third of you will be scattered to the winds” (Ezekiel 5:11-14).

So I find it interesting that sports writers are advocating for unconsitutional abortions and then threatening to move the Women’s College World Series from Oklahoma City.

It’s not going to happen.

Oklahomans understand the value of a human life is signifcalty more important than that of the life of a bald eagle. We’ll not let the government get by with fining and imprisoning people for destroying a bald eagle EGG and celebrate the destruction of a fertilized human embryo.

America is waking up to the hijacking of our country and our Constitution. Those of us who live in Oklahoma love our softball, but we love the Constitution even more.

See you in 2023 for another phenomenal College World Series.