Sep 162015
Process Philosophy and Federal Indian Policy

Glenn Martin in his text, “Prevailing Worldviews, wrote, “What we have in Marxism is the most intense effort to date to be absolutely consistent with the presuppositions of process philosophy…” (Martin, 2006). Process Philosophy is the belief that reality involves constant development and change while stability is an illusion – as opposed to Aristotle’s belief […]

 September 16, 2015  No Responses »
Oct 242014
He died five hours after calling us -

He died in a car wreck on Sept. 22, 2014. Just five hours earlier, he was talking to us on the phone, telling us he had tape recorded his meetings with BIA social services and tribal court because he finally wanted his story to be public. Lavern “Bundy” Littlewind was a BIA policeman and Spirit Lake […]

 October 24, 2014  No Responses »
Oct 122014

October 12, 2014 Introduction: The American Indian Movement (AIM) and its federal supporters used deceptive, unethical and at times violent methods to achieve their end goal. While purporting to be a non-violent entity focused on the well-being and betterment of the people they said to represent, ‘tribal sovereignty’ was the primary and prized goal – […]

 October 12, 2014  No Responses »
Jun 152014

This letter was printed in the Grand Forks Herald and Bismarck papers Thursday, June 12, 2014, and read on air during the Jay Thomas radio show Friday, June 13, 2014 ____________________________________________________ To the Editor. Concerning the upcoming event featuring President Obama and Senator Heitkamp at the Standing Rock Reservation on Friday, June 13th: North Dakotans […]

 June 15, 2014  No Responses »
Sep 172013

No copy [reproduction], or duplication of content is allowed without previous permission from the author.

 September 17, 2013  No Responses »
Dec 312012
Free to be both Native American AND Christian

A woman was advocating for rights of tribal members and freedom from tribal gov’t tyranny, while telling me that the only way tribal members can be free from alcohol is through traditional religion. So… while on the one hand she decried being dictated to and controlled by tribal gov’t, she was attempting to dictate to […]

 December 31, 2012  No Responses »