What in the heck is a “plutarchy”? Well, it certainly is not an America where Pluto is the president.
This is the second in a three-part series that explores export opportunities for tribal forest products. Read part one here.
This is the first in a three-part series that discusses the opportunity to brand and market tribal forest products. Historically, tribal forest products have generally been sold as commodities with little branding to distinguish or differentiate them from non-tribal products.
Dear ICT Editor:
I’ve been writing a lot lately about the Era of Contraction—the shrinking of the federal government—and what that policy means to
I didn’t think much of a phone message I received when checking my voicemails at my office last week. The other voice on the line said something to the extent that they just wanted to verify a recent purchase.
I recently participated in Occupy Oakland. I was in the Bay area on other business and could not resist the chance to take part in history in the making.
A buzzword that has been gaining a lot of traction in Indian Country of late is “economic diversification.” This recent attention makes a lot of sense. Many of our Indian Nations have achieved signifi
Congress has a long to-do list to complete before the end of the year.
In the Carcieri v. Salazar decision, the Supreme Court stood 75 years of policy and practice on its head.
Perhaps Foxwoods was the model, even for way smaller operations.
December 18, 2011 marks the 40th anniversary of the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANSCA), the anniversary of the “great ex
Crunch time has come for tribes to review whether their employee benefit plans are “governmental,” in light of the Internal Revenue Servic