If ever there was an example of why we need clear, concise law, it is the situation we find ourselves in now. We are now finding that it is going to take a court session (or three) to figure the difference between the “letter of the law” and the “essence of the law”.
“Does a resolution trump an ordinance?” This and many other questions were presented during Tribal Council last week.
I am truly sorry that anyone should have to be addressing the current negative status of our tribal government.
Regardless of your political party affiliation, health care is important to all of us.
Wow! We are experiencing a twilight zone moment in our country and in our Tribe.
Representative Mike Clampitt, NC House District 119, explained to his constituents, at his town hall meeting of Feb. 24 in the Waynesville Haywood County Historic Courthouse, how “in Raleigh we have red buttons and green buttons
I would like voters to determine who wins our elections.
It’s been a busy few weeks. On the homefront, the battle of wits between the Executive and Legislative branches of tribal government continues to dominate the headlines of the local papers.
Many things look bad. Whether you look at tribal or national politics, you can find things that will make you fearful, mad, and even disgusted.
Last month, I had the pleasure of attending the Climate and Health Meeting in Atlanta, Ga., hosted by former Vice President Al Gore,