Sanders was asked a very important question looming in the minds of American Indian voters, and could have done much more.
The people of the West have so far rebuffed the militias' agenda, for which the entire nation should be grateful.
The forcible removal of the Paiute people from the Malheur Reservation brings to mind the failure of the U.S. to live up to its treaty obligations.
The Bundy-led right-wing militia grouplet has little support among local residents for their call to arms; they do not want them there.
We need to have a national meeting of Native people and supporters to robustly address this crisis post haste.
I'm hoping that Native Americans are going to be able to directly ask questions of the presidential candidates.
It would be fitting justice that Jackson should be replaced with a representative of the people he tried to exterminate.
There must be an end to this poverty and racist-spawned crisis.
Reducing a whole group of people down to stereotypes further dehumanizes Native people.
As a Native leader, his advocacy contributed to hallmarks not just for his own tribe but for others throughout the wide expanse of Indian Country.