Let's note that most of the time, I just post whatever I find in the media. I don't pick out the articles on "full bloods" or "mixed bloods." If the media reports on one type of Indian five or ten times in a row, so do I.
The number of times I question someone's "Indianness" is vanishingly small. It happens maybe one or two times out of 100. If articles say someone is an Indian, I generally take their word for it.
So who gets championed?
As I said in "Actual Indian" Defined, my definition is inclusive. All "actual Indians" are eligible to be covered here. That includes (almost) full-blooded Indians such as Russell Means, Sherman Alexie, and Adam Beach. It also includes mixed-blooded Indians such as Will Rogers, John Herrington, and Sam Bradford. I'd even include Johnny Depp, Taylor Lautner, and Todd Palin if Natives included them as well.
Of course, if the Native community questions or doubts someone's Indianness, I acknowledge their questions and doubts. Again, my definition of "actual Indian" includes those whom Indians accept as Indians. If they don't accept someone like Ward Churchill, I don't either.
For more on the subject, see Educating Russ on Who's an Indian.
Below: One gets championed, one doesn't.