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A New Day

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Dinosaur’s like U.S. Supreme Court Justice Scalia might not know it, but it’s a new day in relations between indigenous nations and modern states. Diplomacy is the name of the game. As evidence of a fresh departure from the days when the U.S. Department of Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs could patronize American Indian tribes [&hellip... more →

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A Mandate from God

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A Mandate from God examines the driving force of the anti-Indian movement in the US. As implementation of UNDRIP becomes a significant basis for the exercise of jurisdiction by indigenous nations in Canada and the US, the most virulent opposition will come from the true believers of Christian Identity... more →

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The CERE$ Network

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In Climate Wealth Opportunists, Cory Morningstar presents part two of her investigative report on the non-profit industrial complex, and on the oligarchs that own it. In this part of the series, Morningstar examines CERES, “the clearinghouse for the institutionalization of private governance.” Creating complacency in a populace that embraces environmental protection required corporate investment in [&hellip... more →

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Not In Our Town

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The ability to anticipate is one of the hallmarks of leadership. When it comes to Communications in Conflict, knowing how offending parties are likely to respond and planning accordingly is part of leadership. Editors and publishers engaged in exposing criminal corporate conduct or sociopathic social movement behavior can expect to be threatened. The SSA Marine [&hellip... more →

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The Politics of Land and Bigotry

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On March 8, 1996, the Center for World Indigenous Studies convened a conference at the Day Break Star Center in Seattle to consider strategies for a new public consensus about constructive environmental policies and cooperative relations between Indian nations and the people of the United States. As a participant in The Politics of Land and [&hellip... more →

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