Steve Russell
10/31/14
This column comes out on Halloween, the iconic day to notice the fearsome October Surprise that has come to hand the Senate to the Republicans...
Steve Russell
7/25/14
National Geographic reported on a study published in Ecology and Society and directed by the Heiltsuk First Nation, which lives in what is now British Columbia, finding a surprisin...
Steve Russell
11/8/13
Ten Republicans who may soon get labeled RINOs (Republicans in Name Only) voted with Senate Democrats for the ENDA (Employee Non-Discrimination Act) employment discrimination again...
Mark Trahant
2/13/13

Let’s jump right to the big questions: Did President Barack Obama’s State of the Union do anything to resolve the deep differences in philosophy and policy on Capitol Hill? Was there any common ground?...

Gale Courey Toensing
12/1/11
Sen. Rand Paul, a first-term Republican senator from Kentucky, has been a vocal opponent of the National Defense Authorization Act for 2012, S...
Mark Trahant
8/23/11

So far, most of the government’s austerity movement has been theoretical. We know the federal budget is shrinking, but the evidence of that has been slow to surface....

Mark Trahant
2/1/11

The National Congress of American Indians proposed a fiscal year 2010 budget [PDF file] last week....

Mark Trahant
3/29/11

Just over a year ago President Barack Obama signed the health care reform bill, the Patient Protection and Affo...

Rob Capriccioso
3/9/11
A president’s budget may not be the perfect way to measure the federal government’s commitment to its trust obligations to Indians, but it is one of the best indicators we’ve got f...
Rob Capriccioso
2/8/11
Watch out, Indian programs and all those who depend on them. The toast of the Tea Party, Sen...

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