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Judge Rules UPS Ignored Signs Its Trucks Were Used To Ship Untaxed Cigarettes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — A federal judge ruled Friday that UPS ignored “red flags” that its brown trucks were being used to transport untaxed cigarettes… 524 more words


Tipi Raisers: Holding On to What Is Good

Before Europeans or Spanish came to America, there were Indian Tribes who had lived in the north territories for thousands of years. Yosef Meystel knows that this Native Americans lived in a symbiotic relationship with their surroundings and took everything they needed from the land and gave it all back in a way balance was never lost and mother earth was always respected. 780 more words

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Ain't No Black Snake or Water... | Indian Country and Fossil Fuels

As it seems right now, the leadership -in distinction from the native populus- of a number of native American tribes fear that federal government under Donald Trump will seize chunks of their lands to exploit the lands’ rich fossil fuel resources.  1,212 more words


Friday Linkage 12/9/2016

It seems like the announced cabinet for President-Elect Trump, which still makes me vomit a little in my mouth every time I say it, gets worse every day.  272 more words


Privatizing Reservations

Oil industry members of the Native American Affairs Coalition advising President Trump proposes making Indian Reservations private property. As noted at Reuter’s, “The plan dovetails with Trump’s larger aim of slashing regulation to boost energy production.”

Idle No More: Semiahmoo First Nations Water Issue Exposes Much Bigger Issue


I have provided the news link above for clarity on the background of this specific issue, but in short, the Semiahmoo First Nations Band currently gets its water supply from the nearby town of White Rock, British Columbia, Canada. 1,270 more words

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Truly Free

No Dogs or Indians by Lisa Hare is a beautifully written novel about a young woman named Clara who owns and manages a sanctuary for wild mustang horses in Nebraska. 195 more words