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Archive for January 2018

Making your staff accountable

The chair of the congressional intelligence committee was supposed to recuse himself due to the Russian investigation. However, he is still involved and is making matter worse with some of his decisions. This is what happens when you are not held responsible for your actions and you end up going rogue. In terms of getting…

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Chief Wahoo bites the dust

Cleveland Indians management decided to change their mascot. Chief Wahoo will no longer be the symbol for their baseball team starting in 2019. Now all eyes will be on the Washington Redskins as it should be. It is ridiculous that in this day and age there are still mascots that are this despicable being used…

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It’s never a wrong time to do the right thing-Dr. King

I still have ethics on my mind in the afterglow of MLK day. I firmly believe that unethical conduct in Tribal government is one of the biggest issues we face. We see it in Tribes that have tremendous resources and in those who are lacking resources to a great extent. We see it in large…

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Poverty on the Rez

Since the turn of the last century in 2000 we have seen some progress in combatting poverty among Tribes. However, there are still way too many who are struggling for the basics of a certain quality of life. This includes food, clothing, housing, quality education and healthcare. The global definition of poverty is $1.90 a…

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Checking references: Not everyone is as good as they say they are

Recently there was a situation where the former director of the American Red Cross was hired by Save the Children organization. It turns out after this person was hired Save the Children found out he had been terminated by the Red Cross for unethical conduct. The Red Cross had provided excellent references for this person.…

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