American Indians

The land runs form an important part of Oklahoma history. But now, with the war on American heritage, the Oklahoma land runs are under attack, even in a city (Oklahoma City) which was founded by a land run. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published February 3rd, 2021, on […]

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Allan on November 27th, 2020

Thanksgiving Day is a great American holiday. Of course, today it’s under attack, or being redefined. One of the “redefinitions” of Thanksgiving Day is to say that the Spaniards celebrated Thanksgiving before the Pilgrims did. Is that correct? This article explores the question. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published November […]

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The Supreme Court has ruled that the former Creek (Muscogee) land in Oklahoma is, at least for criminal law purposes, still tribal land. Where will this lead? There are many possible complications, and it could affect most of eastern Oklahoma. The majority opinion was written by Justice Neil Gorsuch, the dissent by Chief Justice John […]

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Allan on October 20th, 2018

Well, the results of Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test are out, and yes indeed, she does have a small amount of American Indian ancestry.  What is the significance of that? For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published October 18th, 2018, on VDARE.COM.

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Activists who oppose American Indian sports mascots and team names have their work cut out for them, because they are also being used across the pond in Britain and Europe.  The New York Times had an article about it. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published September 17, 2018, […]

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The Oklahoma City school board has voted unanimously to change the names of three schools named after Confederate generals. One of these schools is named after Oklahoma’s own Stand Watie, a Cherokee Confederate General. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog by Allan Wall, published October 26th, 2017, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on September 8th, 2017

The hysteria over purging Confederate monuments and other reminders of the Confederacy now involves, among many other targets, the memory of Stand Watie, a Cherokee general who surrendered 75 days after Appomattox. It’s time to step back and really figure out what is going on. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, […]

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The Oklahoma Land Run was a unique aspect of American history, and an important part of the state of Oklahoma’s heritage. Taking place from 1889 to 1895, the land runs were races for land, in which prospective landowners raced for 160-acre farms.  If they could successfully occupy these farms for five years, they would receive […]

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Allan on October 28th, 2014

Amidst the governmental and media pressure against the Washington Redskins to change their mascot name, an article has appeared in the Washington Post about Red Mesa High School. It’s a high school on the Navajo Reservation  that proudly uses the Redskins mascot for its high school football team. Most of the faculty, student body and […]

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Allan on September 17th, 2014

The state of Oklahoma is now one of the country’s most Republican-dominated states. Consider that, in both the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections,  the GOP won every single county.   That’s right, of the 77 counties of Oklahoma, the Republican candidate won every single one.  That’s rather impressive. In Oklahoma’s state government,  Mary  Fallin, the governor, […]

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