Rob Capriccioso
12/29/10
WASHINGTON – In contrast to last year’s tribal summit with the president, the White House didn’t want complete transparency involving the day’s events, which were sometimes filled ...
ICTMN Staff
11/28/10
In his new children's book, Of Thee I Sing: A Letter to My Daughters , President Obama describes, ostensibly for the edification of First Daughters, 13 pioneering figures from Amer...
ICTMN Staff
12/1/10
How badly did Obama's failure to connect through Native media cost his party? In contests across the U.S...
Mark Charles
11/6/12

My early voting ballot is almost complete. I have done my reading, finished my research, and ignored a sufficient amount of robo-calls and attack ads. I have made my choices for county school superintendent, state representatives, and even U.S. senator....

ICTMN Staff
11/6/12
We usually call this the "Steven Judd Image of the Week," but this week's image is so amazing that we had to switch up the headline a bit to make room for all the star power...
Charles Kader
11/7/12

The ballot box has been emptied for the 2012 election in the United States. I have followed the presidential candidates and issues raised along this year’s campaign trail. The question of who shall lead and why, was at hand....

Renée Roman Nose
11/6/12

To all our non-Native friends, this November is Native American Heritage Month and the month when we as a nation celebrate Thanksgiving. It is also the anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre and the month in which we elect a President....

Rep. Tom Cole
11/5/12

In their recent letter to Indian Country Today Media Network, Congressmen Ed Markey and Ben Ray Lujan expressed concern that chronically underfunded tribal programs are in jeopardy of damaging further spending reductions....

ICTMN Staff
11/4/12
It’s our roundup of all the big news coming out of Indian country: • BEWARE MOTHER NATURE: Hurricane Sandy hit Turtle Island with vengeance, flooding the island of Mannahatta (you ...
Steve Russell
11/5/12

If Indians should vote in elections called by the colonial state, the question becomes for whom? It is axiomatic that we vote our interests, but which of many interests?...

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