"In a state whose Muslim population numbers only 15,000, the ballot measure is at best a solution in search of a problem," columnist Clarence Page wrote about Oklahoma's constitutional amendment banning Islamic Sharia and international law, which 70 percent of voters approved. The amendment likely violates the U.S. Constitution, which doesn't allow particular religions to be singled out for penalties or preferences. And it could cause problems with American Indian tribal governments in Oklahoma. It's also not needed. "In short," Page wrote, "the so-called threat of Sharia in America is a legal and political mirage."