Tulsa Today was the first news organization to connect the dots on what some have called the most arrogant political corruption effort in history. That coverage began with a local investigation that quickly jumped statewide. Click here to read, Kathy Taylor / Gene Stipe Questions posted Sunday, 02 April 2006.
Further coverage may be found in the following:
McMahan May Face Can (News/State) 30 October, 2006
McMahan brother accused of political felony (News/State) 02 January, 2008
Oklahoma politics and other silly crimes (News/Editorial) 28 January, 2008
Mike McCarville has covered Oklahoma politics and government since he became State Capitol Correspondent for The Tulsa Tribune in 1966. Since, he has been a governor’s press secretary, investigative reporter, television station news executive, radio station program director and talk show host, and political consultant. In 1980, he founded The McCarville Report and it is the nation’s longest-running state political publication. In its online version, it has been called "The best political blog" by Dr. Keith Gaddie, pollster and pundit and "Oklahoma’s venerable McCarville Report" by The Arkansas Times. McCarville, also a real estate investor and commentator for the National Rifle Association on NRANews.com and Sirius Satellite Radio, is a regular contributor to Tulsa Today.