Constitution Article I

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 […]

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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 […]

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Five topics in this article: 1. Texas Governor Greg Abbott Making Deals with Mexican Governors 2. Mexican Breaks Up Caravan But Giving Participants Permits 3. Mexicans Dying on Border 4. An Incident in Spain on Palm Sunday 5. Nicaragua: Swimming Lessons for Border Crashers For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published […]

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Allan on April 15th, 2022

The Biden Border Rush continues and looks to get even worse with the scheduled termination of Title 42 on May 23 (as if it’s not bad enough already). The administration of Texas Governor Greg Abbott is fighting back with Operation Lone Star and is creating Texas’ own border policy. Drastic times call for drastic measures. […]

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