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Analysis: Musings on ‘McGirt’, the most significant federal court decision in Oklahoma’s history

Patrick B. McGuigan, Publisher, The City Sentinel   Note: This essay is adapted and considerably expanded from a quartet of posts on Facebook yesterday. On Thursday (July 9) the U.S. Supreme Court issued the most significant legal decision in Oklahoma’s history. Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote, in the majority opinion: “On the far end of the […]

Capitol Report for February 20: McGuigan reflects on Antonin Scalia, likely battle over replacement

On the latest Capitol Report, Pat McGuigan and reporter Alex Cameron discussed the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. McGuigan reflected that the process of justice is a human one, not always explained easily with familiar political labels. He recalled running to Ash Wednesday Mass on Capitol Hill in the late 1980’s. Almost […]

COMMENTARY: Dust to dust, ashes to ashes … Reflections on law, mortality and the meaning of words

by Patrick B. McGuigan, editor This past week was Ash Wednesday. Words associated with it are as meaningful as all words in Scripture. When the faithful gather to receive the remains of burnt Palms, we are reminded, “Remember that you are dust, and unto dust you shall return.” These are solemn words, worth hearing. In […]

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