An elderly Christian woman was grief stricken after the death of her daughter. To adjust, she boarded a ship from England to New York City to visit her other daughter.
Our tribal government is the sole owner, or shareholder, of Cherokee Nation Businesses. CNB is not just the economic engine of Cherokee Nation, but for all of northeast Oklahoma.
With respect to Benjamin Franklin, who wrote in 1789 in a letter to Jean-Baptiste Leroy that only death and taxes were certain, there are in fact three things in life,
Not many of us like to take a test. I remember when I took my CDL drivers test. I had four other men that worked for me and was going
A coalition of community groups and associations representing local governments and advocacy organizations are partnering to spread awareness about the upcoming 2020 U.S.
After deadline two weeks ago, things have finally slowed down a bit. We’ve begun committees again to hear bills passed by the Senate.
Relationships make the world go round.
The House finished the third-reading deadline for bills in their chamber of origin before noon Thursday, March 14. This year, a total of 1,733 bills were filed in the House,
A new program will allow Cherokee Nation citizens graduating from college the opportunity to show their tribal pride. The Cherokee Nation Stole Program, administered by Cherokee Nation’s College Resource Center,
Last week was Spring Break for many Oklahomans, including our elected officials. As a result, the Legislature enjoyed an abbreviated schedule, although they did begin consideration of bills that advanced
Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal: The Start of Socialism By Congressman Markwayne Mullin Washington, March 13, 2019 | 0 comments The radical Pelosi Democrats in Washington recently unveiled their largescale plans to
On March 24 we commemorate the 180th anniversary of the end of the infamous Trail of Tears with a National Day of Remembrance. On this day in 1839, the last
Ah, springtime – longer daylight hours, warmer weather, driving with the car windows down, trees and flowers blooming, and the smell of honeysuckle and fresh-cut grass (as long as I’m
Native children are removed from their homes at a higher rate than most of their peers. Nonetheless, in the recent Texas v. Bernhardt case, U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor ruled
For centuries, institutions of higher education have existed as places of critical thinking. Individuals are exposed to new ideas and pushed to defend their beliefs. The free and open exchange