(Zero Hedge) While all eyes were on the Supreme Court’s Thursday decision granting New York prosecutors access to President Trump’s taxes, a ruling earlier in the day recognized roughly half of Oklahoma as an Indian reservation – in a move which could have wide-ranging legal implications for the 1.8 million people who now live in “Indian Country,” according to the New York Times.
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(Ethan Huff) A popular leftist mantra suggests that European colonization of the United States was a horrible evil that displaced innocent “indigenous” people groups that always coexisted peacefully with one another. But historical reality shows that early Native Americans were actually hardened killers who thought nothing of sacrificing human children as gestures of homage to their many gods.
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(Sean Walton) Attorney General William Barr announced a nationwide plan Friday to address the crisis of missing and slain Native American women as concerns mount over the level of violence they face.
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(Atlantean Gardens) While the Appalachian Mountains stretch from parts of Canada to Alabama, the cultural region of Appalachia typically refers only to the central and southern portions ranging from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, south-westerly to the Great Smoky Mountains, and is called home by approximately 25 million people.
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(Brent Swancer) The proud Navajo Nation sprawls out over a vast area of the corners of the U.S. states of New Mexico and Utah, and it is a place steeped in legends, myth, and all manner of spirits and magic. Among some of these stories are some that truly stand out as unsettling and spooky. Among the many creatures inhabiting the lore of the Navajo one of the most frightening and inscrutable is a shape-changing evil entity that prowls the landscape looking for victims, and by some accounts it is more than mere myth.
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Zuni Elder-Clifford Mahooty talks Native Disclosure in his complete presentation from our Eclipse of Disclosure event in Mount Shasta, CA During the "Great American Eclipse". Full Disclosure Project volunteers are currently in AZ interviewing Clifford and looking more into the information he is bringing forward.
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(Finer Minds) Wherever you come from and whatever your circumstances, I think that this code is something that we should all try and live by.
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