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Capitol Report for March 10: A Democrat’s lament …, a 7 percent GPT seems like punishment …, and McGuigan’s fond farewell

In his Capitol Report segment for Saturday, March 10, Patrick B. McGuigan pointed to a commentary by Mike W. Ray, which was posted on The essay detailed steps majority Republicans in the state House took to tinker with germaneness rules in order to change the purpose of legislation. Ray also outlined maneuvers those running […]

On February 13, Vote For David Holt

The City Sentinel endorsement David Holt is the right man, at the right time, in the right town. Horse racing analogies are overused in political analysis, but what the heck: Holt has dominated the race for mayor of Oklahoma City from pillar to post, from the starter’s gate to the finish line in sight on […]

A Baker’s Dozen for a better world: At state Capitol ceremony, thirteen honored for work on behalf of Human Rights

Patrick B. McGuigan OKLAHOMA CITY – Thirteen Oklahomans were honored at the state Capitol on Saturday, December 9, for their work on behalf of human rights and dignity. The event, hosted by the Oklahoma Universal Human Rights Alliance (OUHRA), was held in the state House of Representatives chamber. The program took place on the 70th […]

Sen. Rob Standridge hopeful for Oklahoma’s future

Patrick B. McGuigan, editor OKLAHOMA CITY – State Sen. Rob Standridge, R-Norman – who serves as Majority Whip in the Legislature’s upper chamber – drew national attention over the past two years for his advocacy of a “Convention of the States” to consider possible revisions to the U.S. Constitution. While the idea drew sharp criticism […]

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