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WHY ON EARTH WOULD I BUY LAND? WELL, LEMME TELL YOU…

Why on earth…??? What do I know about land? Scarlett O’Hara was one of the first film heroines to be passionately in love with her land. And although tomorrow may be “another day”, as she so famously uttered, today is a good day too. A good day to talk about why on earth you would want to buy land, anyway! There are lots of good reasons. 1) Investment. Of course, to get the kind of land that will maintain its value, you need to do the research (or ask someone to advise you, which is one of the ways we can help you) about the land, its location, etc. 2) Giving Back. If you are a religious institution, or simply someone who wants to give back, buying land gives you the opportunity to build a place for others to get the help they need. Women’s Shelters, Homeless Shelters, Food Donations, Homes for the Homeless…

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IN OUR BACKYARD: THE AMERICAN INDIAN – LAND STEWARDSHIP & UNCONSCIONABLE SUFFERING

Artist: Stan Natchez https://www.stanleynatchez.com/ My recent journey back to the most cultural city in America – the land of my ancestral roots and the hub of the Native American craft markets – Santa Fe, New Mexico, reminded me of the plight of our natives. In one painting in one gallery, a portrait of a downtrodden native in front of a monopoly board. Cincyland.com has historical land record links, but let’s be honest about the keepers of the land before us.  They had no concept of divide and own. Our national fabric still bleeds today. A tribute to the local tribes – we steal their names – remember theirs. ~ Mark Miller, Cincyland owner The Plight of Indian Children The Washington Post reports: “The circumstances are absolutely dire for Indian children,” said Theresa M. Pouley, the chief judge of the Tulalip Tribal Court in Washington state and a member of the Indian…

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