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Allegiance Credit Union

2917 Pioneer St Oklahoma City, OK 73107

Allegiance Credit Union's 48th Annual Meeting

Come on down to the Allegiance Credit Union Game Show! A recap of our 48th Annual Meeting at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum on ...

Poll: Americans divided on NFL protests

Americans are divided over whether NFL player protests during the National Anthem are a respectful way to attract attention to racial inequality nationwide, according to a new PBS NewsHour/Marist poll released Friday.

Nearly half — 48 percent — of U.S. adults said these demonstrations were a respectful way to draw attention to their concerns, while another 46 percent said the protests are disrespectful. The remaining 6 percent of Americans said they were unsure.

Along political lines, eight out of 10 Democrats said the protests are civil, while nine out of 10 Republicans disagreed. Like the country, people who identified as politically independent were also sharply divided.

Stark divisions also arose among respondents across different racial and ethnic groups. Three-quarters of African Americans said NFL player protests were respectful, while a majority of white Americans — 55 percent — said the demonstrations were disrespectful.

The question revealed generational divides, too. Two-thirds of Americans aged 18 to 29 said the protests were civil; only 36 percent of those age 60 or older felt the same.

Introducing CUES 2017 Exceptional Leader, Amy Downs, CCE

, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

Downs, a CUES CEO Institute graduate, has worked for Allegiance Credit Union for over 25 years, rising to her current position of senior vice president/chief operating officer. In her role, she is a member of the executive management team in strategizing and directing the overall vision of her credit union. She directly supervises several areas including: consumer lending, information services, business development and financial services.

In April of 1995, Downs became one of fifteen surviving Allegiance Credit Union employees affected by the Oklahoma City bombing. She is a regular guest speaker at the Oklahoma City National Memorial, where she gives her first person account. She has used her experience as a survivor to inspire others to make positive lifestyle changes.

After the bombing, Downs launched a campaign of self-improvement and empowerment by participating in the Oklahoma City Mayor’s fitness challenge and lost 200 pounds. An avid cyclist and runner, she spends a lot of time training for marathons and triathlons.

Am I a Democrat or Republican?

I found this quiz but I have different answers than many of the questions allow. What do you think?

1. Corporations, if left unregulated will end up destroying the environment.



Sounds like you're a fairly conservative Democrat.

Republicans won't generally tolerate ideas like "Increase funding for the DoE" or "Drilling for oil in Alaska is bad" or "Public schools should teach all religions.