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The Noble Crazy Horse, Protector of the People

On this day in 1877, Oglala Sioux chief Crazy Horse is fatally bayoneted by a cavalry soldier in a guardhouse at Fort Robinson, Nebraska. A…

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Posted in Politics Race Sports

Pat Buchanan: 'Redskins' Name Is Meant To Be A Compliment

In a World Net Daily column titled “Hail to the Redskins,” conservative commentator and failed politician Pat Buchanan suggested that those of us who make…

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Is There Such a Thing as National Guilt?

From Travis D’arby on Open.salon.com, “According to Harper’s Magazine, the United States owes African-Americans over $100 trillion  in reparations, based on 222,505,049 hours of forced…

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Idle No More: How The First Nations Will Heal The World

I must admit, the first time I heard there was a rising up of Native Tribes that was called Idle No More, I cringed. But…

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Vince Yanez Presents: Can I Get A Pill For That?

Can I Get A Pill For That? by Vince Yanez (click image to enlarge)

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