Native American Heritage Month

I recently learned that November is Native American Heritage Month.  (Thank you, James.) This declaration originated over 100 years ago as a day of recognition for the significant contributions Native Americans have made to our nation. President George H. W. Bush expanded it into a month-long celebration by approving a joint resolution of Congress, establishing … Continue reading Native American Heritage Month

Climate Court

Judges play a crucial role in protecting our rights as citizens.  That’s their job and often when deciding cases, judges must strike a balance between competing interests of different citizens and groups using our constitution as the roadmap.  Choosing judges that will fairly execute these responsibilities is therefore extremely important because otherwise, justice will not … Continue reading Climate Court