The Strange Love of Dr. Billy James Hargis
The Last of Kenton
Horror in the Ouatchita Mountains
Grace in Broken Arrow
Private Manning and the Making of Wikileaks
The Inside Story of the Oklahoman Behind the Biggest Military Intelligence Leak Ever by Denver Nicks. Editor's note: Since it was first published in September of 2010, "Private Manning and the Making of Wikileaks" has been widely considered the definitive article on the life of Bradley Manning. It is the first article to correlate Manning's whistleblowing with that of the Silkwood/Kerr-Mcgee scandal, the first to extensively mine his social network for clues about his upbringing, and the first to debunk the common (and still pervasive) media myth that Manning was a troubled child with emotional problems. The reporting below, by...
Highs and Lows in Brady Heights
Broadway's Forgotten Man
Watts and Clary
Words by Steve Gerkin. *** Dressed only in his boxers, Wade Watts, a black civil rights activist, reclined on the sofa. He read the morning paper while bacon, eggs, and pork sausage sizzled in the kitchen. The cook leaned into the living room doorway. “Do you think your friend Martin Luther King, who dreamt that one day blacks and whites could come together, ever imagined it might include us?” Johnny Lee Clary, former Imperial Wizard of the White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, returned to the stove. From the other room, Watts, an evangelist and longtime leader of the...
Who's Afraid of Elohim City?
Brave New Park