Steven Newcomb

For generations, we,, the original nations and peoples of North America, have been conditioned to think and behave in a dominated manner. This has been part of the process of becoming “civilized,” which is a polite word for “dominated.”...

8/18/12
Steven Newcomb

Once in a while a book comes along that is transformative. Murder State, by Brendan Lindsay, is such a book. Recently released by University of Nebraska Press, Murder State is heart- wrenching and deeply informative....

8/10/12
Steven Newcomb

In a column published in December 2011, I criticized Charles Trimble and “Sam” Deloria, Jr., for what I considered to be personalized remarks directed at a Mohawk law professor, Carrie E. Garrow....

7/29/12
Steven Newcomb

Given that a capitol dome is part of what constitutes domination of and by “the State,” it makes sense to talk in terms of ‘The Domeland," rather than ‘The Homeland." If we were living a science fiction story—and often these days it feels as if we are—the narrative could easily include "the Depar...

7/11/12
Steven Newcomb

In a previous column on this topic, I pointed to various historical illustrations of plans by agents of the U.S....

7/19/12
Steven Newcomb

Today, July 4, the United States of America celebrates its Declaration of Independence from the British Empire....

7/4/12
Steven Newcomb

It is common to see the term “conspiracy” used in a disparaging manner, especially when it comes to such issues as the JFK assassination and 9/11....

6/25/12
Steven Newcomb

Historical accounts of the European treatment of American Indians are marked by the little noticed phenomenon of dehumanization....

6/20/12
Steven Newcomb

In 1982, the National Lawyers Guild published a book entitled Rethinking Indian Law....

6/8/12
Steven Newcomb

On October 5, 1942, the U.S....

5/30/12

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