Monthly Archives: July 2016

Guantanamo News

Muhammadi Davliatov became the latest CCR client to be released from Guantánamo last week and resettled in Serbia. Like so many others, he had been held without ever being charged for 14 years, and was cleared for release by the … Continue reading

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Hazel M. Wheeler

wrote, two hours ago It isn’t surprising that corporations are circling their wagons; here in Oregon we have the lowest corporate taxes in the US, and corporations want to keep it that way. In fact, that tax rate is abysmally … Continue reading

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K. Bushman Speaks

Sassy Kathy, once upon a time a Green Party member, and quite a prominent one, says: I’m sorry Oregon’s Green Party machinations & disregard for democratic process has long since left me indifferent to its fate. I think what we … Continue reading

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Rose Marie Woods, Where are You Now; or, the Missing 28 Pages Unravel the Cover-Up

from the usual reliable sources: It would not be stretching the evidence to bluntly state that the suppressed 28 pages of the Joint Inquiry report on the 9/11 terrorist attacks places agents of the Saudi government at the epicenter of … Continue reading

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Imagine the First Fascist Administration

Your Intrepid Reporter has officially been assessed, by the State of Oregon, as sufficiently poor to qualify for free legal assistance (if you want to call it that); but he is deeply funded enough to be able to subscribe to … Continue reading

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Dear Paul,

Dear Paul [Meo, retired senior economist for World Bank, former State Department vice-consul] On the very first page of John Perkins’ 2004 Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, he dedicates it to the presidents of two countries, men who had … Continue reading

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It’s in T. Oliver Country

The State Co-ordinating Committee of the Pacific Green Party of Oregon has announced that the Second State Nominating Convention of the Party will be held Saturday, 13 August 2016, in a little library building in the far Southeastern part of … Continue reading

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