Aaron Huey

The Shadow of Wounded Knee: Aaron Huey


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  • http://www.facebook.com/james.simon.332 James Simon

    Over the last five years, one billion dollars in federal aid
    has poured into Pine Ridge, yet it has not made a dent in the poverty and
    unemployment rates. Most of the money dries up in government programs that
    don’t work, tribal corruption and politics, and unbelievably bad administration
    of funds. Realistic solutions will only begin when a spiritual revival takes
    hold, a movement led by authentic Indian warriors who act in the best interest
    of their people. The government should simply get out of the way by declaring
    the reservation a tax-free zone, where any business entity can produce and
    build a network of production centers, support facilities, and rehab services.
    Private enterprise, led by selfless Indian leaders, is the first step
    toward economic prosperity and restoration of the Lakota way of life on Pine
    Ridge.