Racist Cleveland Indians To Become Cleveland Baseball Team

AP source: Cleveland Indians changing name after 105 years

Fox Sports|3 hours ago Citing three people familiar with the decision, The New York Times reported Sunday night that the Cleveland Indians are moving away from a name considered racist for decades. The Indians have been internally discussing a potential name change for months.

Goodbye Chief Wahoo R.I.P.

Other Things That Are Racist Against Indians And Need To Be Cancelled Immediately

Little Indian Casinos

The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (Pub.L. 100-497, 25 U.S.C. § 2701 et seq.) is a 1988 United States federal law that establishes the jurisdictional framework that governs Indian gaming.There was no federal gaming structure before this act. The stated purposes of the act include providing a legislative basis for the operation/regulation of Indian gaming, protecting gaming as a means of generating revenue for the tribes

Indian gaming is played in 29 states. There are 511 gaming operations which include casinos, bingo halls, travel plazas and convenience stores. These are owned by 245 tribes. #1 Casino Choice of U.S. Players

Native American gaming comprises casinos, bingo halls, and other gambling operations on Indian reservations or other tribal land in the United States. Because these areas have tribal sovereignty, states have limited ability to forbid gambling there, as codified by the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988. As of 2011, there were 460 gambling operations run by 240 tribes, with a total annual revenue of $27 billion.

Tax Free Indian Tobacco Sales

Since tobacco barn is on the indian reservation they do not have to charge you state tax or city tax. The state tax on a pack of cigarettes is $2.00 per pack or $20.00 per carton.

If Chief Wahoo is racist what’s this guy? Just climbed out his tepee?

Indian Head Buffalo Nickel

Crazy Horse Memorial

Wooden Indians

Indian Motorcycles

Playing Cowboys and Indians

Johnny Cash – The Ballad of Ira Hayes

The City of Pontiac, Michigan

The Susquehanna River

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