Conference brings together Native American students, business leaders

(4) Comments

  1. Furhat
    Report Abuse
    Furhat - April 27, 2013 7:26 am
    B, there are plenty of business men and women on every reservation in both MT and the US. Personally I know far more natives than whites who live a peaceful and sober lifestyle, and raise their children accordingly.

    Besides racial animosity towards minorities, all B demonstrates is ignorance. Gee, racism and ignorance in the same person. Who would have thunk that combination possible?
  2. house
    Report Abuse
    house - April 26, 2013 6:56 pm
    @ beautiful...you should really change your pen name. NOTHING beautiful about you when you talk like that. You people have freed the blacks, and now bow to their every wish. You embrace, feed, welcome with open arms and pay the illegals (with my tax dollars, I might add), admonish anyone who does not speak as you, or speak politically correct, give illegals lower college tuition, subsidized housing, food stamps, free phones and the list goes on. And all the while the Indian is treated as a second class citizen and can't pass gas without the BIA's approval. Come live in our world before you run your mouth!
  3. beautiful
    Report Abuse
    beautiful - April 26, 2013 11:37 am
    And... Of course it is everyone else's fault they don't have business men and women.. It is the white mans fault they spend their money drinking and subjecting their children to violence and dysfunction. Accountability might be a good thing to teach in this seminar
  4. vack
    Report Abuse
    vack - April 26, 2013 7:47 am
    The graduating high schoolers need to consider continuing education. Education will either bring them back to the reservation to contribute to the betterment of their homeland or get them interested in a career off the reservation, either way is good. The biggest business on the reservation is tribal government and as is demonstrated throughout Indian country councilmen do a lot to hurt the reservation ecomomy and growth, their positions on the councils need an educated person, non-felon, occupying that position.

Comment policy

We provide this forum for readers to exchange ideas and opinions on the day's news. Passionate views, pointed criticism and critical thinking are welcome. Name-calling, crude language and abuse are not. You must be logged into a personal account on Facebook to comment (FAQ). Readers are responsible for their comments and abuse of this privilege will not be tolerated. We reserve the right, without warning or notification, to remove comments and block users we determine violate our Terms of Service. Comments reflect the opinions of the author - not those of The Billings Gazette or its parent company.

Add Comment
You must Login to comment.

Click here to get an account it's free and quick

Follow The Billings Gazette

Popular Stories

Get weekly ads via e-mail

Deals & Offers

Featured Businesses