On Sunday, Dec. 4, the Army Corps of Engineers denied permits for the construction of a crucial easement meant to run under Lake Oahe near the Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation.
While many gathered around the family table to give thanks for this and that and then punched babies to get a good deal on a crappy television on Black Friday, the tribes up at Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation were busy.
I’ve had a couple of weeks now to sit and mull over the Electoral College’s pending appointment of Trump as our new commander in chief.
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By the time you are reading this, we will have, hopefully, chosen a new president of these United States.
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“Crippling depression” is a hard phrase to quantify. Unless you’re familiar with the actual feeling, you usually just think of the “crippling” part as a qualifier, just something to color-up depression, to let someone not in the club know “this is a serious problem.” It’s more than that. Of course it’s more than that. It’s…
I’ve spoken many times over the course of this election season about what a circus it has become.
Welcome to America 2016, folks, where any semblance of the esteem Presidential Debates and campaigns in general used to hold is rapidly going up in Trump-flavored flames.
The hotly anticipated sci-fi drama Westworld, based on the source material from Michael Crichton, debuted on HBO last night.