Bienvenue in Oklahoma! ep1: Laurent Massenat

More than 160,000 French people live in the USA, especially in the big cities such as Los Angeles, Miami, Houston and New York.

Only 208 of them live in Oklahoma.

Laurent Massenat, an engineer, artist and businessman, is living since 23 years in Oklahoma City…

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Connie Johnson, a candidate unlike any other

Pause Café Podcast #23 by Olivier Rey

Connie Johson is an American politician from the U.S. state of Oklahoma. She served in the Oklahoma Senate, representing District 48, which encompasses portions of northeastern and northwestern Oklahoma County until 2014. She was first elected to the state senate in a special election in September 2005.

Johnson became the first African American woman nominated for a major statewide office in Oklahoma and the first woman US Senate nominee from Oklahoma of any party when she won the Democratic primary run-off of the United States Senate special election in Oklahoma, 2014.
She is running for Oklahoma’s governor seat in 2018.

When gunfire rhymes with celebration

Online publication: December 11, 2015

FORT RENO, Okla. – At a time when guns rhyme more with suicide, shootings, attacks or police blunder one place still uses guns for celebration. The Fort Reno Christmas Guns will be 2-4 p.m. this Sunday.

The free event will feature cowboys, cavalry and women reenactors in periods dress. About five old guns and one cannon with blank shots will be used by the reenactors for the guns celebration.

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