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In 2020 I ran for the office of President of the United States with a vision that 'We the People' might finally mean #AllThePeople. The campaign may be over but the vision is still going strong.
The Dilemma of the Fourth of July The other day I was eating dinner with my wife in a restaurant located in Gallup New Mexico, a border town to the Navajo reservation. Gallup was recently named "Most Patriotic Small Town in America" in a nationwide contest. Soon after sitting down I noticed that we were... Continue Reading →
I invite all people, especially Americans, to watch this video. But I must warn you, the history contained within will not be easy to hear. The Doctrine of Discovery is seldom talked about in America. Even thought it has shaped and influenced our nation, people, churches and foundations in some very deep and profound ways.... Continue Reading →
When your President Motivates Military Graduates by Celebrating the Genocide of Native Peoples On Friday President Trump gave the commencement address at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. About one third of the way through his speech he attempted to affirm and motivate the graduates by reminding them of America's past military conquests when he... Continue Reading →
On Friday May 11, 2018 I had the opportunity to join my good friend Jay Winter-Nightwolf on his weekly show on WPFW in DC. His guests for this show was Professor Dr. Daryl Thorne and three of her students from Trinity College in Washington DC. Professor Thorne teaches a class on Racism. I invite you... Continue Reading →
On Columbus Day 2017, instead of protesting the Columbus Day ceremony that is held in Washington DC every year, I gave a public lecture to provide a counter narrative to the inaccurate history taught that "Columbus discovered America." In this lecture I lay out the Doctrine of Discovery and conclude with a call for the... Continue Reading →