People protesting the North Dakota Access Pipeline are growing frustrated over the influx of outside demonstrators who are treating the Standing Rock camps as a Burning Man festival flesh with photo-ops and unsolicited live music performances.
A Native American tribe is opposing protectionist regulations proposed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, saying the rules would eliminate consumer choice, reduce access to credit, and harm the economic vitality of its businesses.
A class suit filed on Tuesday challenges core provisions of the federal Indian Child Welfare Act, and claims that abused, neglected, or abandoned Native American children are discriminated against based on their race and are being forced to remain in abusive homes.
Victoria’s Secret has come under fire for including a Native American headdress in its fashion show, according to the Associated Press.
William A. Jacobson of Legal Insurrection breaks down the many failings in the liberal Boston Globe’s 3,000-word article Sunday attempting to justify Elizabeth Warren’s presumably fraudulent claim to Native American heritage.
Elizabeth Warren did not identify her “Aunt Bea” as a Native American when Warren informed the state of Oklahoma of Aunt Bea’s death.
Massachusetts Democratic candidate for Senate Elizabeth Warren did not identify her “Aunt Bea” as a Native American when Warren informed the state of Oklahoma of Aunt Bea’s death. This, despite Warren’s claim that Aunt Bea was the relative who told Warren of her proud Native American heritage, based on Bea’s father’s “high cheekbones.”
Democratic Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren sent out an email to supporters this week trying to explain the Native American controversy engulfing her campaign.
Democratic Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren admitted Wednesday that she told the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard Law School that she was a Native American—a claim that has no documented basis in fact.