Charles Kader

July 08, 2016
BY:
Charles Kader
The sounds and smells of summer are now with us across Indian Country today.
April 03, 2016
BY:
Charles Kader
Operation MYGALE was recently undertaken by regional law enforcement here in the provinces of Q
February 09, 2016
BY:
Charles Kader
The hubbub surrounding the Nevada militia occupying the Oregon
February 04, 2016
BY:
Charles Kader
As I get older the words of my elders ring louder and longer in my mind. “We are an original people. We have always been here. We will survive.” Such messages are proven to me daily.
December 11, 2015
BY:
Charles Kader
The old union hall sat silently at night.
October 25, 2015
BY:
Charles Kader
The autumn morning frost clung to the edge of the glacial till boulder, in the shadows of the highway.
October 15, 2015
BY:
Charles Kader
The vital signs of the Native mass media in 2015 reflect an ongoing progression overall.
September 24, 2015
BY:
Charles Kader
Recently, Republican Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin, running for the Republican Party nomination for President in 2016, offered his thoughts on erecting a physical wall between the U.S.
August 25, 2015
BY:
Charles Kader
Hayley Cook was decorating the Michigan State University (MSU) campus landmark Rock on Farm Lane
July 07, 2015
BY:
Charles Kader
The area in the vicinity of the Akwesasne Mohawk Territory has been in the news yet again.
April 14, 2015
BY:
Charles Kader
The recent communication from the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne band council regarding American border security initiatives reveals a basic human understanding.
April 02, 2015
BY:
Charles Kader
Sometimes I get teased about my habit of writing about legendary figures of history and how they got to be that way. Modern heroes still walk among us all today and possibly the best is still yet to come.
March 13, 2015
BY:
Charles Kader
The sports-related biography, “Warrior i

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