Warriors and Weapons January 26, 2001
A Year ago, I had a religious experience. No, I didn't speak in tongues. I didn't see an apparition of Mary. And even though I'm Comanche Indian, I didn't commune with my ancestors or hear the eagles talk.
The Only Good Indian Is A Liberal Indian February 7, 2001
It’s enough to get my Comanche blood boiling.
Don't Walk the Black Man's Path February 13, 2001
Indian elders used to warn against "walking the white man's road." But, since the late 1960s, I'm afraid it is the "black man's path" that has posed a greater peril for us.
Who Is More Indian Than Whom? February 26, 2001
"Who’s more Indian, you or me?"
Its a Warrior Thing. You Wouldn't Understand March 7, 2001
We Indians are supposed to hate the white man. Everyone tells me this.
I’ve heard it from whites, blacks and even from Indians
Can An Indian Be A Patriot? March 15, 2001
Since I began writing these columns about warriorship and patriotism, I've been amazed at the number of supportive letters I have received from American Indian veterans of the United States armed forces.
Don't Burn My Flag March 23, 2001
"F—K YOU, this is still Mexico," says a popular LED-illuminated sign
appearing in car windows on California highways.
I Was Fired For Being a Conservative Indian March 23, 200
David Horowitz’s anti-reperation campaign has proved that freedom of speech exists only for liberals on campus
I Don’t Need a Great Brown Father April 11, 2001
GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS used to tell the Indians to trust in the
Great White Father. Unfortunately, the Great White Father didn’t always prove trustworthy. But, after awhile, we learned to live with him.
Let Indians Decide the Mascot Issue for Themselves
April 18, 2001
Will the Atlanta Braves have to change their name? If so, most people will blame it on hypersensitive Indian egos.
How a Comanche Indian Came to Write the First Opera About the Nazi Holocaust April 24, 2001
The Jewish Holocaust has always held special meaning to me as a Comanche Indian. The threat of extinction is a fear to which I can strongly relate.
Campus Brainwashers Cannot Kill Patriotism May 4, 2001
I recently gave a talk on "The Warrior Spirit" at the University of Colorado, Boulder. There, I was thrilled to discover that patriotism is alive and well in the hearts of many young people.
What’s Up With White Women? May 18, 2001
“Look Dr, Yeagley, I don’t see anything about my culture to be proud of. It’s all nothing. My race is just nothing."
I Am Full of Fear June 6, 2001
"You sound like a man full of fear," wrote an old Indian from Texas, after reading my first two articles for FrontPageMagazine, stories that dealt with patriotism, warriorship and the right to bear arms.
For Heroes Only June 7, 2001
Last week, I visited the Museum of the 45th Infantry Division of the United States Army, here in Oklahoma City. I walked away feeling like one small and unworthy man.
Schools Harass Christians, Coddle Other Faiths June 21, 2001
In New York city, Muslims can pray in public schools. Christians can’t. Muslims can assemble in school auditoriums, during school hours, and pray. Christians cannot.
Feminism and the Warrior Christ July 3, 2001
Are Women holier than men? Ask someone involved in a Christian Women’s Ministry, and she might just say, "Yes!" Through such ministries, feminism and leftwing theology have made unexpected inroads into the conservative Christian heartland.
Who’s Chief of American Indians? July 17, 2001
American indians have no desire for a national Indian leader – a la Jesse Jackson and Black Americans. Each tribe is different, and we are incapable of accepting one head chief. Our history proves this: If Indian people had achieved any unity at all, there may never have been an America.
Give Iran A Chance July 24, 2001
When angry Tehranian revolutionaries cried “Death to America” in November 1979, I was emotionally charged. A religious person like myself takes moral rebuke to heart. I was spellbound by Iran’s outrage against my country.
Obey the Koran and Leave the Jews Alone August 3, 2001
What authorization does the official Palestine Authority have to broadcast orders for Palestinians to “butcher and kill” Jews?
Not by order of the Koran.
I Was Banned From Campus For Being a Conservative Indian August 24, 2001
The morning of August 21, 2001, I was threatened with arrest.
I had come to the campus of Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City, to use the library. Kenny Monk, a uniformed security officer, stopped me.
Comanche War Cry September 14, 2001
THE MORNING OF SEPTEMBER 11, 2001, America was attacked on our homeland. Our most prestigious business complex, the New York City World Trade Center was destroyed. The center of our military command in Washington, DC, the Pentagon, was bombed. Tens of thousands of people may have been killed.
Muslims Must Declare War On Terrorists October 12, 2001
If muslims want the world to believe that Islam is a religion of peace, Muslims themselves must kill all Islamic terrorists. Muslims must seize the terrorists and their organizations, and eradicate them.
Where is Dracula When You Need Him? October 15, 2001
Many people don’t know that Dracula was a real man.
Who Can Reform Islam? October 16, 2001
ISLAM has been divided and troubled since its inception fourteen hundred years ago. Today, its troubles have become our troubles. Until Islam’s inner turmoil is resolved, we will have no peace.
"There’s Power in the Blood" November 15, 2001
Kabul has fallen. The war is going well. So why do I feel so strangely detached from it all?
Thanksgiving and the Indian Savior November 21, 2000
President Bush has designated November to be National American Indian Heritage Month.
Can A "Breed" Lead? December 17, 2001
Can a person with only fractional Indian blood – a "breed," to put it crudely – serve as an Indian leader?
Does It Matter Who’s Indian? December 21, 2001
We Indians are called a "minority," but lately we seem more like a private club. Land and money are perks of the privileged membership, so being Indian is hot.
When Warriors Are Too Proud January 7, 2002
There are American Indians today who would not object if the four presidents’ faces on Mt. Rushmore were blown to bits. Some, in fact, would dance for joy.
Indian Sovereignty in America January 14, 2002
Tribal "Sovereignty" is a hot subject in Indian country these days. Many white Americans are offended by the concept. They think Indians mean to break away from the United States.
Should Indians Exist? January 21, 2002
Not long ago, it was common for journalists and statesmen to advocate the total physical extermination of Indians as a race. Of course, it didn’t happen. The extremists were overruled and the Indians were spared.
Shall Israel Die For "Peace"? February 4, 2002
Many people believe that if the state of Israel were abolished, all the problems of the world would vanish, like magic. This irrational notion was created by Muslim terrorists. How did an unholy few succeed in making the whole world hate Israel?
I’m More Indian Than Russell Means February 11, 2002
I finally met Russell Means in person. I had debated him once on the Hannity & Colmes TV show, but that was by satellite. Until last month, I had never met the controversial Indian radical, movie star, author and politician face to face. See the transcript HERE
The Failure of Indian Men February 20, 2002
When warriors fall, a world falls with them. The abyss of moral failure among modern American Indians is caused by the fall of valor in the Indian male.
What’s Up With Dark Men? February 26, 2002
White women are the most beautiful, desirable creatures on earth, judging from the way dark men crave them.
The Perils of Rights-Talk March 4, 2002
Men are "endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights," says our Declaration of Independence. Does the Creator endow men with the right to economic equality? Is the Creator a communist?
The Magic Qur’an March 11, 2002
Is there special power in the Qur’an? Why are thousands of Muslims ready to commit suicidal, mass murder in the name of Allah?
Leftists Rape Indian Barbie Doll March 18, 2002
A Barbie doll dressed as an American Indian will be stripped of her buckskins if Professor Patricia A. McCormack has her way. McCormack, Professor of Native Studies at the University of Alberta, launched the nasty attack on Mattel’s Native Barbie early last month.
Conservative Students Make Better Thinkers March 25, 2000
Mary Jones, a sophomore at Northwestern University, will be a force to contend with soon. When she starts evaluating American government officials the way she now sizes up her university professors, then Ann Coulter may have some competition.
Lone Leftist Kills Oklahoma Patriotism Bill April 5, 2002
On March 20, Oklahoma state legislators decided to put patriotism in Oklahoma public schools. By a unanimous decision (99-0, one excused), the Oklahoma House of Representatives approved a bill mandating a daily moment of silence, a daily flag salute, the posting of patriotic/religious documents, and Veterans Day observances.
American Indians Aren’t Like Palestinians April 9, 2002
Many people see a similarity between American Indians and today’s Palestinians. I’m Comanche Indian. I see no similarity whatsoever.
Indians, Politics, and Money April 18, 2002
Today, if you lived in Cayuga County, New York, or around the town of Ledyard, Connecticut, or in Paxton, Illinois, you might swear that Indians were still the enemy. And if you lived on land now claimed by the Seneca, the Pequots, or the Miami, you may not have recognized the Clinton-appointed U.S. Department of Justice as the real foe.
Where Were The Fighting Whites? May 1, 2002
I just returned from the newly-famous battlefield of the Fighting Whites, at the University of Northern Colorado. But there were no fighting whites. I’m afraid they’ve all been massacred. All that’s left is mascot-removal rubric posted over their silent graves.
When Sacred Places Sell May 6, 2002
Sand Creek, on the southeastern Colorado plains, was the site of a terrible massacre of 163 helpless Cheyenne women and children by Colorado militia troops in 1864. That site was purchased Thursday, April 25, by Jim Druck, a mega-buck casino operator. We can call it ‘blood money,’ in a sense.
Should Indians Be Indians? June 10, 2002
David Horowitz thinks Indians should not be on reservations, but we should join the greater American society instead. After his "Take Back America" speech at Villanova University (Feb. 21), Horowitz suggested further that the notion of Indians as independent nations and cultures is harmful to us, and even anti-American.
Women Warriors June 17, 2002
Most women shun violence. Combat is uncouth, unfeminine, and most women are completely incompetent at it. We honor women in non-contact sports like soccer, softball, or tennis, but we haven’t yet accepted women in the trenches.
Nation Building, Comanche Style February 28, 2002
Comanches didn’t become “Lords of the South Plains” through tolerance, equality, or multiculturalism. Their achievement was based on an acute sense of racial superiority, incredible horsemanship, superior warrior skills, and outrageous aggression. John M. Myers says Comanches were “the greatest tribe of all.” (The Alamo, 1948).
Tall, Dark, and Scarey March 1, 2002
The black man is the most sexually exciting creature in the world, judging from the white female’s subconscious reaction to him. Is this just Freudian psychobabble, or do white women secretly crave black men?
Can’t Priests Be Homosexuals? April 8, 2002
Fallen Roman Catholic priests are not allowed to be homosexuals. Instead, they are identified as pedophiles, sex abusers, or just nasty perverts.
Catholic Priests & Religious Freedom April 16, 2002
The current, hideous sex scandals in the Roman Catholic Church have caused an American ideological crisis: is the Church above the law? Most Americans would answer No, but the conduct of the Church bishops indicates the Church may think Yes.
Coalitions Make For Bad Company May 8, 2002
A year ago I posted an article called “Don’t Walk The Black Man’s Path.” I advised Indians not to imitate the ‘shakedown’ racial tactics of black civil rights leaders like Jesse Jackson, or Al Sharpton. From what I observed at the University of Northern Colorado symposium I recently attended, my advice has fallen on many deaf ears.
Guilt By Association May 15, 2002
Mr. William Dawson, of Chivington, Colorado, is spitting mad. His good name has been associated with the dubious casino industry, because he recently sold them property for a handsome profit. But he doesn’t want to be associated with them or anything illicit. Can he have it both ways?
Guns And Emotions May 20, 2002
In early America, weapons were considered sacred. The family swords and rifles were hung proudly over the stone hearth, and all the men knew how to use them. But today most Liberals are terrified by guns. All their popular anti-gun appeals are based on fear.
Iranians & Guns June 9, 2002
Iranian people don’t like guns. Iranians are the most patient, kind, and genteel people in the world. They’ve tolerated the most oppressive, incompetent Islamic leaders of any country.
An Indian Guards The OKC Bombing Cover-Up June 10, 2002
On June 7, a huge 22-foot bronze statue of an American Indian was dedicated and hoisted atop the Oklahoma State capitol building’s new 157-foot dome. The sculptor himself was present at this triumphant state event: Senator Enoch Kelley Haney―a full blood Indian enrolled in the Seminole tribe. It was a proud moment for all Oklahomans.
Ghost Dancers, Forever? June 12, 2002
December 28, 1890, about 350 Hunkpapa Sioux people believed all Indians would be resurrected, the buffalo would return, and the world would be forever rid of white people, fences, and railroads. Those Sioux, mostly women and children, were all martyred that day, at Wounded Knee Creek, South Dakota.
Warriors, Killers, and Death Lovers June 17, 2002
Islamic homicide bombers are not warriors. They’re cold-blooded murderers. Their success is based on a disciplined, satanic suicide, not courage. There’s nothing honorable about it.
An Indian Mascot Wins Again June 28, 2002
A first class pencil drawing of a Crow Indian chief in a war bonnet just won first place in the 2002 Congressional Art Competition in Washington, DC. The national high school competition was won by a young Crow Indian artist. And this comes just after California’s recent attempt to remove all Indian images from public schools!
Deporting Arab Muslims July 15, 2002
Removing unwanted persons from American national boundaries is an American tradition. As a Comanche Indian, I say deportation of undesirable people is America’s very first tradition.
American Journalists Want Iranian Civil War July 16, 2002
American journalists and politicians seem anxious for another violent revolution in Iran. They think the current student demonstrations in Tehran are America’s cue to once again presumptuously meddle in Iranian affairs, and to bring about the triumph of Western values.
Message To The Mullahs July 18, 2002
Will America interfere once again with Iranian internal affairs? Journalists, commentators, and other spokesmen look at the recent student demonstrations in Tehran and report the Iranian people are calling for a new revolution.
Sex And The Jewish Woman July 8, 2002
Jewish women have the greatest sexual power, according to ancient Hebrew scripture. Men are like slaves to sexually attractive women.
Iran Must Heal Herself July 20, 2002
American commentators and journalists are calling for a new, violent revolution in Iran. They are greatly mistaken, and show an irresponsible attitude toward the people of Iran. There will be no such violent revolution, because the people do not want it.