Opinion Archive

Expanding Oral Health Access Means Changing the Law to Back Tribal Sovereignty

Tweet Guest Commentary The challenge in health care can be boiled

An Essay on the Federal Origins of Disenrollment

Tweet Guest Commentary Disenrollment is not indigenous to Native America.  It

A Note to Paul Ryan: Indian Health Funding is a Treaty Obligation, Not from War on Poverty

Tweet Paul Ryan is wrong. Way wrong. On Monday the former

An Honorable Budget? No, But the Direction is Right for Indian Country

Tweet Guest Commentary What’s growing? What’s not? The Congressional Budget Office charts the

Tribes to Get Their Federal Contract Support Costs for 2014: It’s About Time!

Tweet Guest Commentary There have been too many articles that appear

Harsh Oklahoma Weather Means Making Tough Decisions to Serve the Cherokee People

Tweet Guest Commentary Oklahoma’s weather can be unpredictable at times. Extreme

Tribes are Large Employers … and Those Employees Make the Best Customers

Tweet Guest Commentary So here is something cool: Google three words

Indian Arts & Crafts Act Settlement with Pendleton Woolen Mills Reached

Tweet WASHINGTON — The Indian Arts and Crafts Board (IACB) of