Navajo Nation officials say lifting ban on alcohol is not an option,...
The Oglala Sioux Tribe cast votes Tuesday that could have implications for tribal governments across the United States, including the Navajo Nation.
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#1 Aug 15, 2013
Bottoms up !
#3 Feb 12, 2014
Words of Wisdom DON! "Stay in THEIR (WHO? the Native Americans) HOGANS (because all Native Americans live in Hogans)"------ Abuse their families and sheep (is this from experience or a joke that you heard from a friend?)
Another human thinking he or she is different. Look at yourself in the mirror and keep telling your self that Native Americans are the only different race on this world who would abuse their families and sheep while living in hogans.
*SMH at you and the shame you represent of your parents teachings.
#4 Feb 27, 2014
The ones who abuse alcohol do that. I don't touch alcohol or do drugs.
I'm an American Indian, from a Federally Recognized Tribe, 4/4 DIne with a census #.
Not the PC "Native American" BS, anybody born in the USA can claim to be a Native American.
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