Only the third Part of a 15-minute interview of the veteran progressive political activist Jim Robson can be transferred at this time, but you will see that the issue revolved around the centrality of training of the local gendarmerie.
Longtime Green Collin Ferguson attended our Cascadia Chapter meeting for the first time; he was at the Bipartisan Cafe in order to make an offer of Ralph Nader 2000 memorabilia (the poster pictured was only one part of the collection) to the owner of the Bipartisan — who was not there (& for me too is hard to contact).
Mark Seibold as always served to videotape the proceedings: he appears, à la Hitchcok, at the very end; Daniel Wilson reported as Chapter liaison with the legalization of cannabis movement.
After the camera was turned off Jim Robison described how United States Senator Jeff Merkley first joined the Eastside Democratic Club, then ran for and won a seat in the state legislature, in which seat he did so well that he ran and won election to the U.S. Senate.
Scott Green arrived, with Katie, after the interview had concluded (but only 5 minutes after) and conferred briefly with Jim about the state of the treasury of the Meo for Congress campaign, for which Scott serves as treasurer.