ICTMN Staff
1/9/12
In light of President Barack Obama signing the National Defense Authorization Act , justifiable fear of the power of the government, trampling of the bill of rights and militarizat...
Ruth Hopkins
1/7/12

On New Years Eve, President Obama signed The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)  into law....

Gale Courey Toensing
1/3/12
More than 100,000 Iowa residents are expected to gather in their communities tonight to participate in the first caucuses in the nation to begin the process of picking a Republican...
Gale Courey Toensing
1/2/12
The headlines said it all...
Steven Newcomb
1/2/12

During my decades of research into the origins of federal Indian law and international law, I discovered that domination is the Latin language for "government." I keep returning to this connection between "government" and "domination" as I reflect upon the U.S....

Oliver J. Semans
12/31/11

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

Gale Courey Toensing
12/25/11
The year 2011 provided few bright spots in the courts or Congress for Indian nations. The year began inauspiciously in January with a ruling from the U.S...
Gale Courey Toensing
12/16/11
President Obama is expected to sign a military defense bill perhaps as early as today, Friday, December 16, which gives him and future presidents unprecedented power to seize Ameri...
Gale Courey Toensing
12/13/11
What‘s in store for democracy in the land of the free and the home of the brave? Some people think that recent government actions don’t augur well for American freedom...
Steven Newcomb
12/6/11

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.”...

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