Blog Posts - Indian Country



Tom Harris’ commentaries intended to impede, not advance, public understanding of climate science

Harris' stated goals in his commentaries are diametrically opposed to the language and arguments he uses in support of those goals. Either he's incompetent at public relations, or he's not actually interested in moving forward the public debate on i...
by Scholars & Rogues on Feb 20, 2015

Academic Boycotts and Re-Colonization by Theory

(The full text of the following essay was published by Scholars for Peace in the Middle East.) from “Academic Boycotts and Recolonization by Theory“  As a matter of international justice, however, conceptually distinguishing and crucial...
by the sad red earth on Feb 3, 2014

The Trope Dope: “Check Your Privilege”

In the final analysis, Madame Bovary is just another trope. Unknown academic wag. dope: an illicit, habit-forming, or narcotic drug; a stupid person; [slang] the inside scoop, the poop, the skinny, the lowdown Cant kills ideas. Leaves them dead in th...
by the sad red earth on Dec 9, 2013

A Second Look: The Honor of the Mascot, or A Team by Any Other Name

The latest publicity over the very name of the Washington Redskins is only the most recent eruption in a longtime simmer. As recently as 2009, the Supreme Court refused to hear a case dating back to 1992. This should not surprise given that the Supre...
by the sad red earth on Oct 8, 2013

Abuse, Addiction, Racism And Desperation On The Reservation

One family found God and worked hard to break the cycle of welfare dependency, abuse and addiction that's rampant on Indian reservations. Then they fought to help others, only to be called racists by the "human rights" activists.
by The Lonely Conservative on Apr 3, 2013

Más informaciones sobre el hacha vasca que ha cambiado la historia de Norteamérica

Hace un mes informábamos a nuestros lectores de un descubrimiento extraordinario: un hacha vasca encontrada en un enterramiento del Pueblo Hurón datado en el año 1500. En aquellas informaciones nos hablaban de que el descubrimiento del arqueólogo...
by About Basque Country on Jul 23, 2012


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