John Koppisch 09/14/2012
At a time when there’s a spotlight on America’s richest 1%, a look at the country’s 310 Indian reservations—where many of America’s poorest 1% live—can be more enlightening.
Juliet Eilperin 12/04/2013
Tens of millions of bison used to range freely in North America before they were almost wiped out in the late 1800s.
Te Maire Tau 12/04/2013
Several scholars believe that the reason some countries are better off lies in the cultural values that shape people’s economic, political, and social performance.
Chief Shane Gottfriedson 12/04/2013
We don’t own our land in the eyes of Canadian law and, consequently, we find ourselves with justice withheld and no real home.
Richard Wright 12/04/2013
Owning land is a Canadian right—unless you live on a reserve.
Justin Richland 12/04/2013
Early contact with non-Indians caused American Indian cultures to flourish in some ways and to atrophy in other.
Randy Simmons, Ryan M. Yonk 11/19/2013
At the turn of the 20th century, Congress passed the Antiquities Act – giving President Teddy Roosevelt the authority to restrict the use of any federally owned public land by designating it as a national monument. However, monument designation can bring distinct negative impacts. Here's why.
Terry Anderson, Shawn Regan 10/13/2013
In the Wall Street Journal, Terry Anderson and Shawn Regan explain how Washington rules prevent tribes from developing resources that could help lift them out of poverty.
Terry Anderson, Shawn Regan 09/27/2013
Indian reservations are hobbled by burdensome regulations and bureaucracy. Native Americans should be given the dignity they deserve and be freed from federal guardianship.
Dino Falaschetti, Matthew Denhart 09/13/2013
Our nation continues to pile precautionary energy policies onto a struggling economy, but we’re bumping into an inconvenient truth.