Tom Seng

University of Tulsa

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Tom Seng is a professor of energy business at the University of Tulsa.

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Tesoro Refinery in Anacortes, Washington Photo by  Walter Siegmund  
 Off-year local elections in the Pacific Northwest are normally quiet affairs, but today's big issues put small…

Big money, small elections

Tesoro Refinery in Anacortes, Washington Photo by Walter Siegmund Off-year local elections in the Pacific Northwest are normally quiet affairs, but today's big issues put small…

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The Thanksgiving holiday celebrates the supposedly peaceful partnership between early European settlers and the natives who lived in America first.

American-Indian wars, 21st century style

The Thanksgiving holiday celebrates the supposedly peaceful partnership between early European settlers and the natives who lived in America first.

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