Jerry Reynolds
9/13/06
Anaylysis - Part two WASHINGTON – In times past, the Native lobbying presence in Washington was limited to occasional visits by great leaders whose names now belong to history...
Charles Trimble
9/13/06
My life in Indian politics – the National Congress of American Indians particularly – has been blessed with many true leaders; not the self-promoting or authoritarian kind, but tho...
Stephanie Woodard
9/6/06
NEWARK, Ohio – “Look, we’ve won,” quipped Mark Welsh, Yankton Dakota/Mohawk, as he stood on a wooden viewing tower and watched golfers plant a white pennant on a hole of the Moundb...
David Melmer
9/6/06
RAPID CITY, S.D. – Congressional work to bring a settlement in Cobell v. Kempthorne may be peppered with problems...
Staff Reports
9/6/06
The famous comparison of American Indians to the “miner’s canary” made an appearance in Indian Country Today’s Vol. 26, Iss...
Jerry Reynolds
9/6/06
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Addressing several dozen Indian leaders and representatives at an Aug. 30 meeting on tribal energy rights of way, former U.S. Sen...
Suzan Shown Harjo
9/6/06
August recess is a time for members of Congress to visit their home states, throw on their casual clothes and press the flesh of their constituents...
Jerry Reynolds
9/6/06
Analysis - Part one WASHINGTON – Politically speaking, everything looks a little different in Washington depending on whether Republicans or Democrats are the majority party in Con...
Billy Frank Jr.
9/6/06
How do you measure leadership in natural resource management?...
Jerry Reynolds
9/6/06
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