Forest Service claims Trail of Tears destruction to ‘dissuade’ off-roading

Fallout from Forest Service damage to Trail of Tears escalates The fallout continues after the construction more than two years ago of 35 earthen berms along almost a mile of the Trail of Tears in the Cherokee National Forest. A whistle-blower group has now called for an independent investigation, and the Tennessee Historical Commission has withdrawn from a 2005 cultural […]

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On the Rez: How federal policies continue to ravage American Indians

Failing American Indians Again Review: Naomi Schaefer Riley, ‘The New Trail of Tears: How Washington Is Destroying American Indians’ A man and child on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation / AP ┬áBY: Tyler Arnold Washington Free Beacon “Poor education combined with federal incompetence retards economic progress on the reservations. A feedback loop is created: American Indians are raised in poor […]

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