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Line 3 was routed out of Canada and into the water-rich 1855 Treaty Territory after Enbridge achieved what is known as “regulatory capture.
The National Congress of American Indians has called for a ban on the appropriation of Native American images, names and cultural symbols. Schools and sports teams respected the call and retired their Native mascots, which they now recognize as offensive and disrespectful. Evidently, some Wisconsin law enforcement agencies never got the memo. The Sheboygan Press reports that sheriff and police departments across Wisconsin use Native logos on patrol cars and uniforms. To name a few: Barron, Sauk, Jefferson, Pepin and Chippewa Falls sheriff departments, and police departments in Osceola, Chippewa Falls, Kewaskum and Tomah. The Sheboygan ...
In our last edition, I wrote a couple of stories that reflected my mood. Sometimes, with all of the wicked problems the world faces these days, it can just get to a person. The news is often depressing, but I felt more frustrated than anything because while wicked problems are tough to solve, so many of them could have been prevented.