March 30, 2016
Peter d'Errico

Thomas Jefferson's ghost stalks Oak Flat.

March 05, 2016
Mālia Kahaleʻinia Chun

On January 17, 1893, a group of American sugar barons and plantation owners, backed by the United States military, overthrew Queen Lili’uokalani of the Kingdom of Hawai’i and imprisoned her in her own palace. The coup led to the dissolving of the Kingdom and its illegal annexation by the U.S.

March 01, 2016
Gabriel S. Galanda

It is easy to blame the Congress, the BIA,, and federal courts for allowing mass tribal disenrollment to flourish. They are all complicit.

February 08, 2016
Mike Myers

As the season of Wahta Osis (Maple Sap) approaches I’m reminded of a conversation I had with a friend of mine who has gotten into the commercial maple syrup business.

December 14, 2015
Anthony Broadman & Jared Miller

Tribal governments that disenroll members do it for the money. Or at least it appears that way in many cases. Tribal councils who engage in disenrollment turn their members into non-Indians in exchange for a bigger slice of tribal gaming profits.

December 11, 2015
Charles Kader

The old union hall sat silently at night.

November 09, 2015
Roger Birdbear

The Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance, commonly referred to as TERO, is a set of regulations used by many tribal governments.

August 19, 2015
Jon Magnuson

Twenty years ago, on a visit to Great Falls, Montana, I spent an afternoon casually wandering through the C.M. Russell Auction of Original Western Art, reputed, at that time, to be the most prestigious Western art show in North America.

August 10, 2015
Donna Ennis

Settler Colonialism has best been defined as more of an imposed structure than a historical event.

June 17, 2015
Amy Hornby Uribe

On most days, I love the products that Hobby Lobby sells and have chosen to overlook many of the reasons the company has received negative press in recent years.

May 10, 2015
Roger Birdbear

This is the second section of an article discussing transportation deductions from mineral royalties earned on allotted lands.

May 09, 2015
Roger Birdbear

This column, which has been split into two parts for publication, will cover issues surrounding transportation deductions and provide legal justification for the elimination of these deductions.

April 08, 2015
Jane Daugherty

American Indians have a long history of having to adjust to forced changes to their way of life.

March 11, 2015
Simon Moya-Smith

The rich age much differently than you and I.
 By the time the inordinately opulent oligarch reaches 70, he's spent a lifetime excessively indulging in anything money or muscle can buy. That's a lot of whores and hubris, caviar and orgies in the Caribbean. Yes, his mind has gone all to mush.