At the heels of my blog talk radio show, the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe took swift action and fired at least three social workers at the center of an emerging child kidnapping scandal. Continue reading
President Barack Obama has been heralded as the most Indian-friendly President the country has ever seen when in actuality he has merely advanced socialist policies and the interests of elites in Indian Country who have reduced Native children to mere commodities to be traded on the market. No where is this more noticeable than in the forcible adoptions, or what some Indians call the “kidnapping,” of Indian children through federally funded social services programs where donors may be able to invest in a lucrative pay-to-play system that allows private citizens to contribute oil and gas interests, insurance policies, and financial gifts to the federal programs that help foster families adopt Native American children. Continue reading
Ironically while Edward Snowden exposed the U.S. federal government’s violation of the civil liberties and privacy rights of American citizens as part of its effort to fight terrorism, Michael Savage, a prominent conservative radio host who championed him, has apparently been denied the opportunity to debate the NSA whistle blower’s efforts in the United Kingdom, thanks to apparent pressure from a group with alleged ties to terrorism.
Saginaw Chippewa’s Mike Wright discusses the infiltration of illegitimate tribal members and other alleged unchecked fraud on the reservation of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan with Susan Bradford for Beyond the Beltway.
Listen to the interview here:
Richard Woods, a Tea Party candidate running for Georgia State Superintendent of Schools, discusses his candidacy with Susan Bradford on Beyond the Beltway. Listen to the interview here:
Enjoying pomp and circumstance, some tribal leaders turned a blind eye to the misdeeds of a retired politician whose presence on the Mt. Pleasant reservation of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe inspired much angst among the Indians.
“We don’t think it’s right that they are honoring this pedophile,” tribal sources said. “What these leaders are saying about this man does not reflect the view of the tribal membership.” Continue reading
This month President Bill Clinton signaled a prospective presidential run in 2016 for the former first lady when he publicly criticized the Obama Administration’s landmark healthcare legislation, and yet there is every indication that Hillary Clinton would continue along the same disastrous path towards socialized medicine as her predecessor. Continue reading