The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap

I’m deeply grateful to everyone who has purchased, read, and taken the time to review one of my books. All profits from my books go to help get dogs like Logan, Bertha, Jasper, Samson, Coco, buddies Maximus & Emmett rescued together, Finnegan, Aldo, Turner, Charlie, Machela, Beau, Sam, King, BFFs Mamma & Pappa, Melvin, Rascal, Chip, Harry, Brody, Roman, Capolin, Bilbo, BFFs Jack & Jessie rescued together, Elway, Arianna, Adelle, new siblings Terra & Mimi, Sullivan and Apollo (see photos below) out of kill shelters. We’re off to a good start in 2017 with the freedom of 305 dogs. In in 2019, 250 dogs were freed. In 2015, 148 dogs were freed.

AND please for everyone who’s purchased a book could I humbly ask you to write a review when you’ve completed the read.  Amazon promotes and ranks books according to number of reviews in addition to sales. Every voice…

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Source: One Dark Night – Anna Faversham


like waters on rivers, days will flow, to weeks to months And years.. they make us float on Lakes, Oceans And Seas ready to Sail to Another Destination..

what we do not know actually is that, we are floating on some destination, but this destination is what we use to reach our own Destination..

Do not try hard to Understand this, you are like water on some river, And you face rocks, Meanders And Falls that you do not even expect.. you meet people, some love you some hate you And you hurt those even you do not intend to But you flow you do not stop because if you do, you will form a Lake of Shame, Humiliation Aggressiveness And you might drown in your own mess

Humans are Universal, But HUMANITY is not, but it’s something Reversal,,, we only need to choose because we all have choices, I…

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On and off the reservation, schools tend to whitewash the stories of Native Americans.

Frank Waln, a Lakota hip-hop artist from He Dog…

Your history books (lies)
Your holidays (lies)
Thanksgiving lies and Columbus Day
Tell me why I know more than the teacher
Tell me why I know more than the preacher
Tell me why you think the red man is red
Stained with the blood from the land you bled
Tell me why you think the red man is dead

READ: The Miseducation of Frank Waln

What Makes a Mountain, Hill or Prairie ‘Sacred’ for Native Americans

The sacredness of the pipeline site

At different national and international venues, Lakota leader Dave…

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America First? How About First Americans First?

Indian Country is now a target and so many Trump supporters are emboldened by an administration that does not know how to say no to those who would trample on constitutional rights.  This will be true for many who run federal agencies, state governments, oil, gas, and coal producers, and the Congress. In their mind: Indian Country has had it too good for too long.  Imagine that.  Native journalist Mark Trahant is keeping track of t-rump HERE



Indigenous-Led Pipeline Resistance Camps Spread Across the U.S.* Direct opposition to fossil fuel extraction projects continues to spread throughout the USA. Resistance camps mirroring the #NoDAPL …

READ: Indigenous-Led Pipeline Resistance Camps Spread Across the U.S.* | Hwaairfan’s Blog


17detectoristalt-superjumboRemarkable for New England! I know Pequot Museum Research Director Kevin Mc Bride (wearing glasses in left photo)! (Top Photo: NY Times)

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US Presidents in Their Own Words Concerning American Indians

Levi Rickert, editor-in-chief in Native Currents. 

WASHINGTON – American Indians have a different worldview than do non-Indians of the federal government including American presidents. That is not to say, American Indians are anti-American or even anti-government. This is evidenced by the large percentage of American Indians who serve in the United States military.

However, given the history of American Indians in the United States understandably American Indians view history differently. This is true of even how the men who have been president of the United States are viewed by Native people.

The following quotes about American Indians are from various presidents since President George Washington and up to President Barack Obama. The quotes here do not include all presidents. However, there are quotes from every president since President Franklin Roosevelt.

The reader will get a sense of how the hostility towards…

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It’s 150 years since Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address – so we’re taking a tour of some of the highs, and lows, of American speechmaking, and asking what makes some in endure.

Guests Include:

American school students read speeches by Indians?  Americans needed redemption about Indians?

A MUST LISTEN: Talk of the Nation – BackStory with the American History Guys

From Around the Web

  • Various early recordings of the Gettysburg Address – not, alas, featuring President Lincoln himself!
  • A Pennsylvania newspaper’s recent revision of its 1863 opinion, that the Gettysburg Address constituted mere “silly remarks,” and that “[f]or the credit of the nation we are willing that the veil of oblivion shall be dropped over…

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