Constitutional rights of Native Americans violated by totalitarian tribal governments

Lenore Banning owned over a million feet of timber on her trust land – but lived in poverty her entire life. It was impossible for her to sell any of her timber, even though she owned it. The tribal government wouldn’t allow it. Posted on Youtube.com by Christian Alliance for Indian Child Welfare Toddler Lauryn Whiteshield was murdered a little […]

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Mismanagement, waste, corruption plague Navajo Housing Authority

More than $100 million has been squandered on projects that never housed anyone. Some housing developments sit empty years after they were built. In the northern Arizona community of Tolani Lake, nearly $7 million was wasted on igloo-shaped fourplexes that still sit empty. The Navajo Nation accepted more than $1 billion for houses. So, where did it go? SHIPROCK, N.M. […]

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How collectivism nearly killed the Pilgrims, and still keeps Native Americans in poverty

No group in America has been more “helped” and “managed” by the federal government than Indians. Because of that, no group has done worse. Homes on reservations are likely to lack electricity and indoor plumbing. There is serious alcoholism and drug abuse. A staggering number of American Indians are unemployed. Many commit suicide. Thanksgiving Tragedy: Property rights saved the Pilgrims […]

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How America’s socialized reservation system traps Native Americans in poverty

Imagine a country that has a corrupt authoritarian government. In that country no one knows about checks and balances or an independent court system. Private property is not recognized in that country either. Neither can one buy or sell land. And businesses are reluctant to bring investments into this country. Those who have jobs usually work for the public sector. […]

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Obama using tribal governments as pawns in federal land grab scheme

Warpath: Obama’s Indian Policy Threatens All Americans, Both Tribal and Non-tribal Citizens by Elaine Willman published by The New American “The politicians, tribal leaders, and their propagandists adroitly exploit the sympathies of decent Americans and manipulate their feelings of guilt over past wrongs (both real and fictional) against the Indian tribes. But their real goal is building their own wealth […]

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