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Honoring ‘The Defender’ – one of America’s most consequential newspapers – and hoping for a new generation of independent voices

  Patrick B. McGuigan   NOTE: This review first appeared in The City Sentinel newspaper during the 2016 campaign season. It was reposted in 2019. As journalism faces collapsing business models and other mounting challenges, and in the midst of another presidential election year, the themes explored in the review remain, we hope, worthy of […]

Donald Trump can make a difference in Indian Country

Patrick B. McGuigan OKLAHOMA CITY – Barack Obama devoted some time and energy, but not enough, to the issues and concerns of Native American tribes and peoples. Unfortunately, much but not all of his time spent on Indian issues went into appealing-to-the-Left policies that will have little lasting value in improving lives of people who […]

Death comes to us all, but the American Constitutional Republic must live

by Patrick B. McGuigan, Editor NOTE: This essay was first posted on September 19, 2009. In another of her graceful and poetic columns, written just after the death of Sen. Edward Kennedy on August 25, 2009, Peggy Noonan captured the grace and poetry of her old boss, Ronald Reagan, and the friendship the two men […]

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