Government

December 31, 2011
By:
Oliver J. Semans

Native people have the highest percentage of service in the armed forces of any U.S. ethnic group.

December 30, 2011
By:
Theodora Bird Bear

Dear ICT Editor:

December 29, 2011
By:
Steve Russell

Madeline Colliflower, known to her relatives as Si-Siya, walked on in her 81st year back in 2000, the cusp of the 21st century. She was one of a few surviving FBI (Full-Blooded Indian) citizens of the Gros Ventre.

December 25, 2011
By:
Harold Monteau

The National Indian Council On Aging (NICOA) needs the help of the gaming tribes, especially the wealthiest 20 percent of the

December 24, 2011
By:
Mark Trahant

I’ve been writing a lot lately about the Era of Contraction—the shrinking of the federal government—and what that policy means to

December 22, 2011
By:
Steve Russell

The traditions of my people teach that acting unjustly toward others will cause blowback. This is famously illustrated in the story of how disease came to man in retaliation for what he had done to parts of creation he could dominate.

December 15, 2011
By:
Mark Trahant

Congress has a long to-do list to complete before the end of the year.

December 12, 2011
By:
Peter d'Errico

England was once so proud of its colonial regime that it boasted, "The sun never sets on the British empire." Today, colonialism is a bad word. It is fashionable to say we live in a 'post-colonial' world.

December 08, 2011
By:
Ray Halbritter

An earlier version of this commentary first appeared in The Daily Caller.

December 06, 2011
By:
Steven Newcomb

On December 1, the United States Senate approved the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA/S. 1867) which includes a provision that would approve the indefinite military detention of anyone, including U.S. citizens, “under the law of war without trial.”

December 02, 2011
By:
Charles Rangel

As we gathered around the table with our loved ones for Thanksgiving, we counted our blessings despite the many challenges we are facing as a nation. We have experienced many economic and social plights in our history but have always prevailed.

December 01, 2011
By:
Tex G. Hall

When Columbus got lost in America, he found healthy, thriving native peoples. Within 100 years, the civilizations he first met were decimated. In North America, north of Mexico, the pre-Columbian population has been estimated at 18 million people.

November 30, 2011
By:
Chuck Trimble

In a letter to the editor of the Syracuse (New York) Post-Standard newspaper, attorney Carrie E.

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