Ever since the death of Dr. Martin Luther King, our country’s most famous civil rights leader, the civil rights movement has been steadily going downhill. Today’s cries for civil rights, human rights, social justice, immigration rights, indigenous peoples’ rights and treaty rights have no similarity to the crusade Dr. King started that stood for equal education, equal opportunity and the equal protection of our laws – for everybody! In fact these cries for rights have nothing to do with equality but everything to do with breeding racist policies that lead to constant social conflict while oppressing and exploiting the poorest people in our society which in turn drags everyone else down.
From the articles on this page you will learn that there are two groups of United States citizens that do not enjoy the equal protections of our nation’s laws. They are Indian citizens born on Indian Reservations and those born gay, lesbian or transgendered. Of growing concern to millions of other citizens who live in newly restored “Indian Country” is how they are losing their constitutional protections to Tribal Sovereignty (Independent Supremacy) when “We the People” are supposed to be the real Sovereign. Somehow the greedy rich have turned our Republic’s form of democracy upside down.
In the quest to get our country back to the level playing field of equal opportunity we hope you will study the articles on this page. We also have been honored to have met and learned from other champions for equality, who you will meet on our homepage. We hope that you will also read what they have to say about these rights issues so you can begin to question our lawmakers, church and business leaders and tell them these issues are also important to you.