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Published December 18, 2019

By Dr. Gavin Clarkson, Esq. (Choctaw)

Americans from all backgrounds understand the principle of fairness. Indian Country has experienced plenty of unfairness and has certainly learned that elections have consequences. After hard-fought tribal elections, unfortunately, the losing side sometimes refuses to concede and works to undermine the winning side until the next election. A similar self-defeating pattern now rears its ugly head at the national level.


Buttigieg to Pro-Life Democrats: Inclusion for me, not for thee!

Unborn children have never had a stronger defender in the White House,” President Trump told us at last week’s March for Life in Washington, D.C. 

My former boss is exactly right, and that statement pretty much frames the choice pro-life voters in both parties face in 2020: Do you want to keep the strongest defender unborn children have ever had in the White House, or not? For me, that’s an incredibly easy answer.

Mainstream media darling Mayor Pete Buttigieg evidently agrees.


So they're celebrating gulags now?

"There's a reason Joseph Stalin, right, had gulags, right?"

That’s what a staffer for Bernie Sanders said about “re-educating” these “MAGA people” in an undercover investigative report by Project Veritas.  


SENATE CANDIDATE TO BIDEN:  "A DRUNK DRIVING ILLEGAL ALIEN ENDED MY NAVY CAREER"

LAS CRUCES, NM- U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Gavin Clarkson issued the following statement  after 2020 Democratic front-runner Joe Biden's remarks regarding drunk-driving illegal aliens:


Clarkson Blasts NARAL Endorsement

LAS CRUCES, NM- U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Gavin Clarkson, a former New Mexico State University business professor, blasted Ben Ray Luján’s endorsement by NARAL Pro-Choice America Monday morning.


CLARKSON CELEBRATES STATEHOOD SNAFU & MARRIAGE ANNIVERSARY

LAS CRUCES, NM- Dr. Gavin Clarkson is celebrating his one-year wedding anniversary and pledging to “put New Mexico back on the map in Washington, D.C.” for Republicans.