Qasem Soleimani was responsible for the deaths of more than 600 U.S. service members in Iraq.
NATO remains a vital component to defending freedom and ultimately ensuring a safer and more peaceful world.
It was seventeen years ago, but I remember that day as if it were yesterday.
Federal authorities have opened a 'civil rights investigation' into the death of a woman at a White supremacist rally as President Donald Trump continues to face questions about his handling of the incident.
Isn’t it time for the media to be honest and call white supremacists the domestic terrorists that they are?
The wealthy backers of the controversial pipeline don't want the public to see documents related to oil spills.
The Republican convention in which Donald Trump was nominated as the party's candidate for president was remarkable for its anger, its animosity and outright hatred directed towards Hillary Clinton
One of Donald Trump’s five principal foreign policy advisors was counsel in a lawsuit to prevent the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes from taking over a dam on tribal land, formerly known as Kerr Dam and now called Salish-Kootenai Dam.
Indians are human beings and the Noble Savage is as mythical as the subhuman cannibals the colonists made up to justify theft and rape and murder.
Living in a world of violence and terrorism brings reflections of the 500 year assault upon the Indian people of the Americas and it is something all Americans should read about.
Yes, terrorism is a problem. And It’s frightening. But it’s hardly the most important (or deadly) one that this nation faces.
In the 1950s a contest was held at Holy Rosary Mission on the Pine Ridge Reservation to pick a mascot for the sports teams.
The Caliphate recognizes no borders except the one between itself and the rest of the world. They are on a literal mission from God to rule the world.
The petrodollar arrangement requires Washington’s hypocrisy regarding human rights and Saudi hypocrisy in choosing comfort over the expansion of Islam.
Religion can be perverted to justify terrible things, but American Indians know that.
In the days since the horrible terrorist attacks in Paris, there has been a mix of reactions.
Even if the tragedy on September 11, 2001 was not a conspiracy to arrogate more power to the federal government, it has still enabled exactly that.
Even those who haven’t done the math know instinctively that the success of a conspiracy involving silence is directly related to how many human beings are involved.
It was undoubtedly a tragedy. But September 11th wasn’t a surprise, at least not for Native people and many people of color.
Media outlets have been reluctant to classify the Charleston shooting as terrorism, despite how eerily it echoes our country’s history of terrorism.
Professor Boyd Cothran discusses how the treatment of Modoc prisoners of war in the 1800s was used by the Bush administration's policy on torture.
Peter d'Errico on the origins of government spying: The U.S. acknowledgment of massive Internet and telephone spying operations is a surprise only to those who do not remember history. The...
Charles Kader on traditional Indian believers being labeled as terrorists: The labeling vogue of past generations was often to term both traditional and religious groups in Indian country as offbeat,...
"In a previous column on this topic, I pointed to various historical illustrations of plans by agents of the U.S. government, by means of ‘the Indian system,’ to destroy Indian...
"We have been told that a fight against “terrorism” is the reason why the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) was passed by Congress, and signed by President Obama on December...
"On December 31, 2011, President Barack Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for 2012. By doing so, he thereby placed his imprimatur as President of the United States...
"On New Years Eve, President Obama signed The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) into law. Essentially the law does what previous NDAA incarnations have- it provides funding for the U.S....
The following column by Tim Giago appears in the current issue of the Native Sun News. Like so many others, I was glued to the television news channels trying to...
After the death of Osama bin Laden a column I wrote on September 11, 2006 seems to be an appropriate column for this time and place. Living in a world...
The Seminole Tribe of Florida will ask the Department of Defense to withdraw portions of a brief that compared Seminole ancestors to the terrorist group al-Qaeda. The comparison showed up...