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48 Hours: Did a son die protecting American secrets?

14 hours agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

Calif. native and research engineer Shane Truman Todd, 31, was found hanging in his Singapore apartment - but how he got there is still unclear

Bill O'Reilly Wire: Chef Eddie Huang hates right-wing talking...

Chef Eddie Huang hates right-wing talking head Bill O'Reilly. Huang calls O'Reilly's latest rant "disgusting. And I know that if you were able to do to black people what you did to Native Americans, what you're doing to Mexicans, I....

Harry Reid: Dan Snyder Trying to Buy Off Native Americans to Support 'Racist' Redskins Name

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) accused Redskins owner Dan Snyder of trying to buy off Native Americans in Nevada so they can support the "racist" Redskins name. Reid recently told the Reno Gazette-Journal that even though “Redskins...Show More Summary

Ed Show Guest: Former NFL Coach Mike Ditka Is 'Segregation-Era Player' Who Dictated 'His Will' to 'Black Players'

To close out his MSNBC show on Thursday, Ed Schultz invited on a Native American social activist to discuss the push by liberals and sympathetic members of the sports media to force the NFL’s Washington Redskins to change their name. In...Show More Summary

Saving Native American Languages

Language and Native Americans are in the news as media outlets around the nation announce that they will no longer use the "R" word in conjunction with Washington's NFL franchise. They join a groundswell of public opinion against the current mascot, ranging from #NotYourMascot activism on Twitter to the U.S. Show More Summary

12.08 – MU Podcast

We begin with the impending release of the Kennewick man study that has shifted our views on native American history, then invite Chris Banke to join us for a discussion on his travels to the weirdest locations Asia has to offer. Our Plus+ extension includes an escape...

Windigo Origins

The film is set in 1883 and is loosely based on the Bauman story which was documented in a book written by President Theodore Roosevelt. The term Windigo is derived from Native American folklore.

Mike Ditka And Native Americans May Actually Agree On The Washington Redskins Name Change Debate

The Washington Redskins name change debate has become increasingly political lately, with native American groups teaming up with Democrats to put pressure on the NFL team to change their mascot. Mike Ditka famously called the whole debate “stupid” recently, but it turns out many native Americans feel they have more important things to worry about

American ISIS Member, Douglas McAuthur McCain, Killed While Fighting For Islamic Terrorist Group In Syria

A heated battle in Syria over the weekend has resulted in the death of an American who was fighting on behalf of the Islamic terrorist group, ISIS, reports NBC News. Douglas McAuthur McCain, a native of Minnesota and, more recently, a resident of San Diego, California, was killed in the fight then identified when his

American dies fighting for ISIL in Syria

3 days agoNews : The Newsroom

Reports: An Illinois native who allegedly fought for the Islamic State was killed in Syria over the weekend.

Native American Redskins Fan Fight Back to Save Team Name (Video)

Liberals’ favorite pastime is to cry racism in every situation, sort of like how some people like to collect stamps or play Monopoly. The latest example has been the outrage has been over the so-called “racist” name of Washington’s NFL...Show More Summary

Zagat names In-N-Out Double-Double best burger in L.A. Do you agree?

SoCal natives can agree the In-N-Out Double-Double is a really good burger. It's two patties, two slices of American cheese, lettuce, tomato, grilled or raw onions, and the chain's special spread, also known as Thousand Island dressing. But is it the best burger in L.A.?

JJ – “Inner Light” Video

The Swedish duo JJ evidently never got the memo about how it’s offensive to appropriate Native American culture — or maybe they got it and they’re intentionally ignoring it. Either way, the duo’s new video for “Inner Light,” a pretty drug-reverie from their very good new album V, stars a kid in a thrift-store version [...]

Where Feds Rule With Violence & Secrecy

4 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

Inside the Tohono O’odham Native American Nation in southern Arizona, Border Patrol agents wield deadly force on unarmed Americans with near impunity.

Classical, ancient, prehistoric art in spotlight at Artemis Gallery auction Aug. 27

4 days agoArts : Artdaily

Classical antiquities, ancient pre-Columbian Art, prehistoric Native American and additional ethnographic artifacts are featured in the 475 lots to be sold at Artemis Gallery?s August 27 auction. will facilitate Internet live bidding. Show More Summary

Kidnapped US Journalist Freed: Report

American journalist Peter Theo Curtis, who was kidnapped in Turkey the month before James Foley went missing in 2012, has been released and is currently in the custody of United Nations representatives. Curtis, a Boston native abducted as he prepared to cross the border into Syria, was set free today...

As The Native Americans Used The Carcass Of The Bison With No Parts Spared - SO TOO Is The Utility Of The Body Of A "Ninja Who Got Himself Kilt" IF His KILLER Is An Interesting Subject


Lady Al-Qaeda: ISIS Demanded Release of Female Terrorist in Exchange for James Foley?

As more details emerge about the execution of American journalist James Foley, it becomes clear that at one point, the US government had several options that could have saved the 40-year-old New Hampshire native's life. James Foley Executed...Show More Summary

Motorcycling Cross-Country for Diabetes Among American Indians

A Minnesota man who’s been a lifelong (but controversial) advocate for Native American Indians has declared a “War on Diabetes” in the name of his native people, and to raise awareness about type 2 diabetes he’s leading an 18,000-mile motorcycle… The post Motorcycling Cross-Country for Diabetes Among American Indians appeared first on DiabetesMine: the all things diabetes blog.

Sherman Alexie: ‘Loss Is in Our DNA’

The author talks about the new movie based on James Welch’s ‘Winter in the Blood,’ addiction among Native Americans, and the odiousness of certain sports mascots.

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