A DECADE of exposing the shameful saga of Tribal DisenrollmentTribal Disenrollment RIPS the Citizenship from Native AmericansCorrupt Councils Wield Sovereignty As a CLUB to BEAT the Weak While Politicians Turn A Blind Eye
Tribal Disenrollment RIPS the Citizenship from Native Americans
Corrupt Councils Wield Sovereignty As a CLUB to BEAT the Weak While Politicians Turn A Blind Eye
Looks like we can't trust the tribes to tell the truth, we can't trust Arnold to do what is right. We already know we can't trust Perata, hasn't he been indicted yet? Nunez, wasn't he caught using his political funds for gifts? We need term limits...
by Becca Cooper firstname.lastname@example.orgIt’s true I am in the west nowwhere they have water sunshine in the south the place where palm trees immigratedlike white peopletaking over the landscape expensive to maintainthey will belong here in California where decedents of the original empire battle the Pechanga The Aqua Caliente The Morongo The Sycurcan only now they use words they use technologyrich white men land owners buy airwaves like weapons to call the indigenous people greedy they call them crooked they accuse them of lacking integrity say they are making sweetheart deals in back roomsPechanga’s own people speak out against them on blogs like open wounds on the face of their once proud nation they say Pechanga’s tribal government violates the rights of it’s’ people violates its elders, the earth, its sick and its children I struggle to see the old redwoods through the forest of palm trees makes me want to stay inside a dark hotel room I can’t even enjoy the winter sun the only thing that still belongs to everyone unless I could go out to the desert dig the Truth out of the Earth find it the answer buried under dirt in the bones of someone who everyone has forgotten msn.com
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