New Business Launched to Insure & Protect Tribes

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Published February 13, 2016 PHOENIX – Insurance expert, Rob Salas launched Tribal Indemnity, LLC, to serve tribal governments, tribal enterprises and 638 programs. Tribal Indemnity provides in-house, licensed and professional, insurance program management. The business operates within an innovative model and guiding principles – work directly with and for the tribes, efficiently manage costs and portfolios, […]

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US Seeks Massive Expansion To Propaganda Budget

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Western governments routinely sound the alarm over Russian “propaganda.” But President Obama’s new budget calls for a drastic increase in spending to America’s own foreign media arm, the Broadcasting Board of Governors, which already spends millions more than its Russian counterpart. Continue reading

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Why Not Being Freinds With A War Criminal Like Henry Kissinger Matter

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Published in partnership with ShadowProof. In the midst of questioning the United States’ history of overthrowing and meddling in other countries’ governments, Bernie Sanders denounced Hillary Clinton for befriending and taking advice from former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. Numerous … Continue reading

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Longest Walk 5 – War on Drugs Begins Saturday  

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  Published February 13, 2016 LA JOLLA, CALIFORNIA — The Longest Walk 5 – War on Drugs will begin on Saturday, February 13, 2016 at the Kellogg Park in La Jolla, California. Due to parking near the park, participants are asked to arrive by 6:30 a.m. – PST to secure a parking spot. The event […]

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AIM Leader Clyde Bellecourt Confronts Bernie Sanders on American Indian Treaties

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Published February 13, 2016   MINNEAPOLIS — Clyde Bellecourt, 79,  co-founder of the American Indian Movement, attended the Black America Forum in Minneapolis on Friday and told Senator Bernie Sanders, candidate vying for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination: “I get angry when I hear all you (politicians) never say a single word about Native people!” […]

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