Jill Stein Blasts ‘Attack-Dog’ Media, Clinton Protectionists After Daily Beast Smear

The Green Party presidential candidate questioned the lack of ‘disclosure on the conflict of interest posed by Chelsea Clinton’s position as a director of the corporate owner of the Daily Beast, IAC’ after The Daily Beast published an article criticizing Stein’s investments. Continue reading

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Economist Jack Rasmus: Eurozone Benefits The Strongest Economies At The Expense Of The Weakest

‘Greece has tied its tail to the eurozone, dominated by Germany, and it can never get out of this situation as long as Germany dominates the institutions, which it does, because the whole arrangement is great for Germany,’ the writer and economist tells MintPress News. Continue reading

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Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Continues to Deal with Onslaught by Law Enforcement

Published October 31, 2016 CANNON BALL, NORTH DAKOTA — As tensions remain high from Thursday’s violent assault from law enforcement, those in camp remain dedicated to ensuring the Dakota Access Pipeline is exposed for its disregard for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s sacred and cultural sites. As the Oceti Sakowin camp prayed through another weekend, […]

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Ghost Suppers – Part of Ottawa Tradition & Culture Still Alive

HARBOR SPRINGS, MICHIGAN – The following two glimpses into the Ottawa (Odawa) tradition and culture of commemorating the ancestors who have walked on during annual Ghost Suppers, held annually during the first week of November, were written in 1943 and 1992, respectively. The first glimpse was written by Chief Fred Ettawageshik, who passed in 1969 […]

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#NATIVEVOTE16 – North Dakota Forges a History from Pipeline to Ballots

Guest Commentary Published October 31, 2016 It’s an understatement to say that North Dakota is making history. The rush to build a new oil pipeline from the Bakken oil fields to Patoka, Illinois, was supposed to be routine. It was designed to avoid most regulation, especially federal oversight, and get built without fanfare. But when that […]

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Kuwait Donates $5 Million to Support Palestinian Refugees in Syria

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) announced on Friday that Kuwait would be donating $5 million to the organization. The donation was made in support of UNRWA’s ‘Syria Regional Crisis Emergency Appeal,’ following pledges made by Kuwait at the Fourth International Pledging Conference in London earlier […]