The following article is by Paul Wesselhoft, Oklahoma Representative, House District 54 and Legislator, District 9 of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation.
Bullets trumped arrows. We lost.
Colonial imperialist clearing out the tall timber, could no longer dwell near existing villages—eventually one had to die a deliberate death, not the pilgrim nor the puritan. . . . → Read More: Triumph of a Tribe: Manifesto
IS THERE SOMETHING ELSE ON?
I don’t watch TV very much, but when I do it’s usually the Discovery Channel or some other documentary. There are a few shows that I occasionally watch when I’m extremely bored or have absolutely nothing to do. One of those shows is 2 ½ Men. Okay, I . . . → Read More: Two and a Half Men: Now is the Time of Our Discontent
THEY JUST DON’T GET IT
edited 9/20 [only a minor correction]
On This Week With Christiane Amanpour and Meet the Press, Sunday, September 18, 2011, Bill Clinton, barely managed to babble his way through both interviews, looking more like an idiot than a man that is suppose to be worldly educated. He does, . . . → Read More: Bill Clinton: A Fool and His Party
SESSION 2: 9/11/2011
I just completed session 2 of my latest painting, Naked Man. As details emerge on this poor excuse of skin & bones with his brain exposed to the elements that he himself has created, it becomes clear that while society has been able to achieve a magnificent mechanized and technological . . . → Read More: Naked Man 
Pictured is the first session of my new work Naked Man. Sept 5, 2011
Are we better off as a species? I always hear about the good old days, but the good old days were not good at all: The world was flat, all there was to pull out . . . → Read More: Naked Man
TO SAG IS TO BE A FAG
It is a widely held belief that the origin of sagging began in the American prison system. This I don’t dispute. However, the reason behind this fashion statement has been covered up if not censured.
It has been suggested that sagging was a . . . → Read More: Sagging: The Bare Truth