It is said that politics makes strange bedfellows, and recent events in Oklahoma seem to prove that adage. Governor Mary Fallin — having just days ago vetoed a bill which would protect the lives of the unborn in the Sooner State — has now been appointed to one of the most prominent positions in her party. The woman who squandered a golden opportunity to stand for one of the chief planks of the GOP platform will now serve as as co-chair of the 2016 Republican National Convention Committee on Resolutions, commonly known as the Platform Committee.
Oklahoma's self-proclaimed pro-life governor vetoed a bill banning abortions in the state, claiming it was unclear and ineffective.
Although no line-by-line comparison exists on views held by the presumptive candidates, there is a clear winner on the question of the Second Amendment.
Trump continues to gain momentum — and money — while Clinton flails away at her persistent rival Bernie Sanders.