Kevin Stitt

McGirt doctrine returns to the Supreme Court where it began, only to be bounced back down. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published August 12th, 2023, on VDARE.COM.

Continue reading about Supreme Court Continues Oklahoma’s McGirt Fiasco, Upholds 10th Circuit On Speeding Ticket Case

Many Oklahoma Indian tribes issue their own license plates.  Having those license plates is now becoming a license to get out of paying tolls on Oklahoma turnpikes. And this is not even directly related to Oklahoma’s McGirt fiasco, although it could be exacerbated by it. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan […]

Continue reading about In Oklahoma, Indian License Tags Allow Indian Motorists To Get Out Of Paying Turnpike Tolls

In 2020, the Supreme Court handed down an extremely misguided decision, McGirt v. Oklahoma, which wound up having over 40% of the state’s territory being considered Indian reservation land.  (For more information, see my McGirt file here.) It’s absolutely ridiculous to consider Tulsa, Oklahoma, as Indian reservation land. And now, the Tenth Circuit has ruled that […]

Continue reading about In Oklahoma, The McGirt Fiasco Continues: Tenth Circuit Court Of Appeals Rules On A Tulsa Speeding Ticket

In May of 2023, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, yet another of those white Mexicans, visited Oklahoma and Florida, both of which have Republican governors. Not only did he attend the opening of a consulate in Oklahoma City, in Florida, Ebrard openly campaigned against the state’s new immigration laws that require, among other things, employers to use E-Verify.  For the entire article, […]

Continue reading about Mexican Consulate Opened in Oklahoma City; Mexico Opposes New Law in Florida

It’s official now.  A new Mexican consulate is to be opened in Oklahoma City this spring.   Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt and Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt, both Republicans, are rejoicing over its establishment. And why not?  They both went out of their way to get this consulate into Okahoma. So what were these guys thinking? […]

Continue reading about Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt Rejoices Over Installation of Mexican Consulate in Oklahoma. Is it Really a Good Idea?

There is plenty to say about the November 8th midterms, and much to learn.  But in Oklahoma, the Republicans won! For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published November 9th, 2022, on VDARE.COM.

Continue reading about Why Couldn’t Republicans Do Better In The Midterms? They Won In Oklahoma!

Oklahoma has a gubernatorial election, pitting incumbent Kevin Stitt against Education Secretary Joy Hofmeister, who has openly announced that she supports ”sanctuary cities”, where municipal governments don’t cooperate with immigration authorities. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published October 28th, 2022, on VDARE.COM.

Continue reading about Joy Hofmeister, Candidate for Governor of Oklahoma, Openly Supports “Sanctuary Cities”

Oklahoma is a very red state. Since 2004, every single one of Oklahoma’s 77 counties has voted for the Republican presidential candidate. And yet, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt’s re-election bid does not look like a given. His opponent is another state official, education superintendent Joy Hofmeister, elected to that post as a Republican but who […]

Continue reading about Oklahoma’s Stitt Looks Shaky for Re-Election, Republican Governors Assocation Pumping Money into the Race

Two years ago, in McGirt v. Oklahoma, the Supreme Court ruled that the Muscogee Tribe of Oklahoma still has an Indian reservation. This led to the current legal understanding that six Oklahoma tribes have reservations, comprising 43% of Oklahoma’s territory, including the city of Tulsa. It’s a preposterous ruling which may leads to all sorts […]

Continue reading about Recent Supreme Court Decision Slightly Limits Reach of McGirt. But Congress Still Needs to Act to Fix the Problem.

Two years ago, the Supreme Court imposed a revolutionary ruling on the state of Oklahoma, and it’s still unraveling. In McGirt v. Oklahoma, and its companion case Sharp v. Murphy, the Supreme Court decreed that the Creek (Muscogee) Indian reservation had never been abolished and still exists. That understanding was expanded to declare that the […]

Continue reading about Misguided McGirt Decision Makes a Muddle in Oklahoma