Start with the obvious. Oklahoma City was always the Garden of Eden for me. One simple reason: my wifey, the world’s most nearly perfect human being, was born there when her father was stationed at Fort Sill in the summer of 1947. Obviously, the city gives birth to divinities.But let’s skip forward many years to right now. We hear a lot of talk about anger. About “racism,” about the oppression of students by the torture of expecting them to pay back their loans, about the micro aggressions against women by telling them they look pretty. That’s all nonsense.But if any place on this continent should rightfully feel anger, that place would be Oklahoma. Glorious Oklahoma, where the wind comes roaring down the plain, is a big energy state. It is home to some of the world’s best oil and gas patches. This state has kept our country nourished with energy for generations and provided the means of spectacular growth.