When sachem spoke he stood and held what

Welcome Buffalo New York for your visit to a site looking for

When sachem spoke he stood and held what?

The question is coming from New York so the answer should also come from a New York or in my case New England Native.

Looks like you did not get an answer?

A reason might be, there are many answers, it depends on where Shechaim Ohjieshan (Sachem) is and why Shechaim Ohjieshan stood?

My question would be, “why your search engine sent you to this old tripod embarrassing site?

:-(

Tripod is now just a big joke!

I thought that I junked it long ago?

Sachem Speaks

http://walkingfox.tripod.com/mohicanmoheganpequotvillage/id3.html

Shechaim Ohjieshan (Sachem) will stand to speak at a non native gathering just as you would and with street clothing instead of regalia.

Speaking in public in ones Regalia is a form of pride, something that a true Native American from our area would never do because he/she would lost the blessings from Kiehtan!

Other times he/she could hold a staff or a talking stick, where were you when this took place?

Knowing this would narrow down the answer.

On the other hand, if Shechaim Ohjieshan (Sachem) was in prayer, it would most likely be on knees.

Guns do Kill

In this case I am well pleased!

One more lazy, selfish, inconsiderate, Bum, off the streets!

14-year-old reportedly shoots, kills intruder to protect sick grandmother

http://www.wftv.com/news/news/national/police-sources-suspect-dead-another-loose-after-re/njTg2/

OK

Two lazy, selfish, inconsiderate, Bums, off the streets!

Sí, se puede!

sachemspeaks:

Sí, se puede!

Originally posted on Political Panderings:

Habana_P3
Beautiful Havana, the capital of Cuba
Picture credit: Vgenecr

In a move that I believed would never happen in my lifetime, resuming relations with a tiny country just 90 miles offshore from Florida, the President of this Country, has just changed the political status of our two countries once again.

The Island Nation of Cuba has until today, been rejected, cut off and shunned by us for more than 50 years.

This has always struck me as two-faced, as we have had, although frosty at times, relations with other Communist Countries, like China, Russia and Viet Nam  for many years and this seemed  a pretty cold-hearted way to treat this once much admired and loved Island Nation just to our South.

In our efforts to punish the Castro Regime, we ended up instead, mostly hurting only the people.

Yes, there will still be problems, diplomatic and political issues to be worked out…

View original 498 more words

Ending Pirate Fishing & Seafood Fraud & Protecting Alaska’s Bristol Bay

Originally posted on Pro President Obama Blog:

Seafood fraud can happen at any point in the supply chain, undermining law-abiding fishers and misleading consumers. (Photo credit: NOAA)

Seafood fraud can happen at any point in the supply chain, undermining law-abiding fishers and misleading consumers. (Photo credit: NOAA)

New Recommendations to End Pirate Fishing and Seafood Fraud

America’s fisheries drive coastal economies and put food on the tables of families across the country. Unfortunately, the twin global issues of illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing and seafood fraud undermine the economic and environmental sustainability of fisheries and fish stocks.

Global losses attributable to IUU fishing are estimated at $10 billion to $23 billion annually. Pirate fishing vessels take in fish without regard to the sustainability of ocean ecosystems. Not required to file trip plans or carry transponders, the ships roam the oceans in the shadows and become vectors for human, drug, and arms trafficking. Black-market fishing distorts legal markets and displaces law-abiding fishermen, ultimately serving as a drag on…

View original 889 more words

School superintendent gets new, incentive-laden contract

How to save face and your job in central Florida?

When the people start to get wise to your attitude while working it a job that you are in only for the paycheck, side with the enemy of course!

The school board in Lake county has been fighting with their new boss since she was hired from outside of Florida.

Today all but the two hard-working council members cut a deal before we got so unset that we dumped them and hired people qualified for their job!

The Lake County School Board voted 4-1, with Marc Dodd dissenting, to give embattled Superintendent Susan Moxley a two-year contract that initially cuts her pay but contains financial incentives based on her performance.

http://www.dailycommercial.com/news/article_d1cc9953-3c5e-5cc8-a584-d3cc0bff0e52.html

My question still remains, “Why keep a Superintendent that, since the hiring has seen our children’s average go from an ‘A’ to a ‘C’ has her meeting in the most expensive hotel in another town, takes her board on expensive trips and all at taxpayers expense ?

An “F” for our children is not good enough!

or

http://sachemspeaks.wordpress.com/2014/12/14/an-f-for-our-children-is-not-good-enough/

Lets march on this?

MERRY CHRISTMAS MR. KENT. HERE’S YOUR NEW CAR.

2109_1418782630

How come a beloved Crossing Guard in Dallas Texas does not have descent Health-Care (Obamacare)?

A new ride for beloved crossing guard.

http://www.wftv.com/videos/news/fathers-help-beloved-school-crossing-guard/vC6ndN/

If you can read this and still talk trash about Black &White instead of seeking a way to help someone, then there is no help for you!

http://www.wfaa.com/story/features/2014/12/15/beloved-crossing-guard-gets-awesome-new-ride/20459907/

Nathaniel Kendrick (Mr. Kent) a newly retired from the City of Dallas became better known as “Mr. Kent” to students as the Lakewood Elementary School crossing guard.

635542611684940263-1215-xing-guard02

Twice a day, for hours at a time, he owns this crosswalk.

He’s a man who cares for children, while at the same time caring for his sick wife as her health, and their finances deteriorate.

“My mother told me long before she passed, ‘Take care of your wife.’ So I try my best,” Kendrick said.

But despite doing his best, his car was repossessed.

http://www.987theriver.com/onair/mark-51013/merry-christmas-mr-kent-heres-your-13073197/

Geothermal power industry lost steam

Geothermal power industry lost steam but may be poised for comeback

Geothermal power was once king of California’s renewable energy.

So many companies were clamoring to transform steam into electricity that they sucked the world’s largest geyser field dry.

http://oldfaithfulgeyser.com/visiting.html

Waste not want not.

In 2006 with grants from who?

The Obama administration.

Geothermal rebound

The Geysers steam field, once sapped by over pumping, is now replenished by a daily injection of 20 million gallons of treated wastewater that officials in the city of Santa Rosa and Lake County couldn’t find an economical way to dispose of.

It’s the first project of its kind in the world.

http://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-geothermal-20141020-story.html#page=1

Two great tectonic plates at the Salton Sea have been pulling apart for eons, stretching the Earth’s crust and creating a deep rift valley.

Geothermal plants there tap into water as hot as 450 degrees and readily convert it to steam.

But the brine is caustic and clogged with minerals.

Simbol, a former mining company, has helped solve the problem.

It extracts valuable minerals from the brine and then pumps the water back into EnergySource’s geothermal plant next door.

EnergySource keeps its pipes clean and produces steam energy.

Simbol gets to sell the minerals and can run its plant on electricity that EnergySource produces.

These technological advances almost didn’t get funded, though. The Energy Department mulled closing its geothermal office in 2006, convinced that technology had taken the industry as far as it could.

That year, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology report predicted a bright future for geothermal. It chided the government for failing to invest research and development money and concluded that geothermal energy’s value was underestimated.

Native American Council Offers Amnesty

Native American Council Offers Amnesty to 220 Million Undocumented Whites!

We will also sign on to this, Head east my friends, head east?

There are what is left of thousands of tribes here over on the east coast, the place of first contact, that will be more than willing to add their names to this posting of yours, offering of amnesty?

You might want to hold your next meeting in a place like the state of New York or Florida and include hundreds of thousands of your brothers and sisters east of the Mississippi river in this your endeavor?

Shechaim Ohjieshan, (Sachem Walkingfox)

At a meeting of the Native Peoples Council (NPC) in Albuquerque, New Mexico yesterday, Native American leaders considered several proposals on the future of this continent’s large, unauthorized European population. The elders ultimately decided to extend a pathway to citizenship for those without criminal backgrounds.

“Any white person with a criminal record, however, will be deported in the next 90 days back to their ancestral homeland. Rush Limbaugh will be going to Germany. Justin Bieber will depart for Canada. And the entire cast of Jersey Shore will be returning to Italy.”

Sustained European colonization of North America began in the 16th and 17th centuries, when arrivals from France, Spain and England first established settlements on land that had hitherto been occupied by native peoples. Over the past 400 years immigrants from these countries and others throughout Europe have transformed the demography of the continent.

Despite their numerical superiority, many scholars question the legality of the European settlement, as it was founded on a mixture of unauthorized immigration, war and genocide.

http://dailycurrant.com/2014/12/12/native-american-council-offers-amnesty-to-220-million-undocumented-whites/

A council of Native American leaders has offered partial amnesty to the estimated 220 million illegal white immigrants living in the United States.

At a meeting of the Native Peoples Council (NPC) in Albuquerque, New Mexico yesterday, Native American leaders considered several proposals on the future of this continent’s large, unauthorized European population. The elders ultimately decided to extend a pathway to citizenship for those without criminal backgrounds.

“We are prepared to offer White people the option of staying on this continent legally and applying for citizenship,” explains Chief Wamsutta of the Wampanoag nation. “In return, they must pay any outstanding taxes and give back the land stolen from our ancestors.

“Any white person with a criminal record, however, will be deported in the next 90 days back to their ancestral homeland. Rush Limbaugh will be going to Germany. Justin Bieber will depart for Canada. And the entire cast of Jersey Shore will be returning to Italy.”

Sustained European colonization of North America began in the 16th and 17th centuries, when arrivals from France, Spain and England first established settlements on land that had hitherto been occupied by native peoples. Over the past 400 years immigrants from these countries and others throughout Europe have transformed the demography of the continent.

Despite their numerical superiority, many scholars question the legality of the European settlement, as it was founded on a mixture of unauthorized immigration, war and genocide.

Progressive native groups welcomed the council’s decision today as a step forward toward normalizing relations with the White community. However, many conservative Native Americans are upset about the plan, claiming that amnesty will only serve to reward lawbreakers.

“Why can’t we just deport all of the Whites back to Europe?” asks Ité Omáǧažu of the Lakota people. “They’re just a drain on our economy anyway. They came over here to steal our resources because they’re too lazy to develop their own back home.

“I can’t believe we’re just going to let them pay a fine. They should get to the back of the line like everybody else — behind the Mexicans.”

The Big Speech

The Speech That Could Make Elizabeth Warren the Next President of the United States

People are correct, it was a great, honest, shoot from the hip, speech.

Quoting my favorite president is always a smart idea.

Theodore “T.R.” Roosevelt, Jr. was an American politician, author, naturalist, soldier, explorer, and historian who served as the 26th President of the United States. He was a leader of the Republican Party and founder of the Progressive Party insurgency of 1912.

http://www.biography.com/people/theodore-roosevelt-9463424#early-life

the “Square Deal”

also

“Speak softly and Carry a Big Stick!”

Not so sure that one speech from a politician should be enough to become our president?

That is why I have been following her trail since those days gone by when so many ‘Wannabe Native Americans’ tried to crush her ancestors.

Two of my many postings!

A check on Native American History

June 9, 2012 / sachemspeaks

http://sachemspeaks.wordpress.com/2012/06/09/a-check-on-native-american-history/

About this Warren Indian Thing!

May 27, 2012 / sachemspeaks

http://sachemspeaks.wordpress.com/2012/05/27/about-this-warren-indian-thing/

Saying that she used her ancestors to get elected was just a ploy against government.

My people up and down the New England Coast has been crushed by this government and those same Wannabe Indians so often, so bad, that thousands cannot prove ancestry, this does not mean that their ancestors did not exist, it means that this government and those Wannabe Indians and their ancestors did a good job on our history!

The difference from those days and today is that now she is part of the government?

This in no way has anything to do with her families past?

While speaking to Native Americans one day, she said, ” My grandmother told me that I have Indian blood, I think she said ‘Cherokee’?”

Kind of weak at a look for votes, re-think the lied told before this past election?

Record Keeping is the Key!

Who is really at fault for police/criminals shootings?

We need uniform record keeping on all shootings by our police and by the criminals.

Half on the country is going up against the police because of the shootings (Mob protesting).

Half of the country is going up against the criminals because of the shootings (People like yours truly).

It has come to my attention that our government is the real “BAD GUYS as usual!”

From Halifax Media Group.

Transparency — full, fair investigation and tracking, is the right response to fatal law enforcement encounters.

http://www.dailycommercial.com/

Objective incident reviews and careful evidence gathering should be standard in all such cases, with results compiled in a nationwide database.

The information can build trust and help find that hard-to-achieve balance point between restraint and use of force.

We need better understanding of officer-involved shootings

When a tragic event happens, we try to learn from the experience. We study the how’s and whys, search for repeating patterns, attempt to figure out where things went wrong, and use that information to prevent such tragedies in the future.

But when it comes to the divisive subject of police fatal shootings, the nation is neglecting an important learning opportunity. It is failing to maintain a thorough database of these complex episodes, leaving experts unsure even of how many occur each year in the United States.

According to The Washington Post, an independent researcher counted more than 600 cases of officers fatally shooting individuals in the line of duty in 2011. But the U.S. Justice Department’s database — widely acknowledged as incomplete — covers only about 460. Reporting, from thousands of local law enforcement agencies around the country, is largely voluntary.

The information gap makes it difficult to fully analyze these events, foster accountability, and draw up data-driven best practices on crime-fighting, use of force, mental health intervention and more. Additional data also might help enlighten public dialogue, defusing the intense controversy surrounding some of these shootings.

A more complete national database would help illuminate the many causes of officer-involved shootings, which are much in the news in the wake of a grand jury’s decision not to indict a white policeman in the death of a black 18-yearold in Ferguson, Mo. Other cities (New York, Washington and Cleveland among them at the moment) are wrestling with controversial cases as well. Though concerns of racial bias accompany many of these shootings, factors such as mental illness and confusion are involved in others.

It’s important to acknowledge that responding officers are thrust into unpredictable crises, nearly always shadowed by the possibility — thanks to the broad availability of guns — that their opponent will be armed. (Forty-four law enforcement officers were fatally shot in 2012, according to federally kept statistics; just last month in Florida, a Leon County deputy was killed.) Police also face situations in which a person is uncooperative, irrational, violent or suicidal. Because of these issues, use-of-force policies give considerable leeway to law enforcement officers, recognizing the high risk they face.

Use of lethal force is not without risk to the public, however. If bullets fly too soon, people can wind up dead or injured for too little cause. Policing strategies are needed that balance restraint with protection; a deeper national database — filled with real-life experience — could be useful in identifying them.

Ambiguity is often present in law enforcement- related shootings. Such cases leave lingering agony on all sides, for the deputies and for loved ones struggling to understand why a killing is deemed “justified.”

Transparency — full, fair investigation and tracking — is the right response to fatal law enforcement encounters. Objective incident reviews and careful evidence- gathering should be standard in all such cases, with results compiled in a nationwide database. The information can build trust and help find that hard-to-achieve balance point between restraint and use of force.

http://www.dailycommercial.com/