Category Archives: Reservoirs

David Lee Fry and Me

  I was incarcerated for about a month in Multnomah County Jail this summer, awaiting trial for trespassing against Fred Meyer.  While there I met David Fry, one of those armed occupiers of the Malheur federal bird sanctuary.  The last … Continue reading

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It’s Not Sexy

The destruction of the movement to protect the rights of the oppressed majority in Central America is not currently fashionable.  Why our First Black President has already gone there and apologized for “excesses,” has he not? Yet, of course, the … Continue reading

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Chapter meeting of 12 July 2016

Brian Setzler, the President of the Cascadia Chapter of the Pacific Green Party of Oregon, sat down earlier this evening with Your Intrepid Reporter. The meeting took place at my request. I asked Brian whether he would would nominate me … Continue reading

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The Prague Manuscript, part I: Leather buttons

The late-afternoon sunlight filtered through the tall, waist to ten-foot-ceiling windows of the Dwinelle Hall [“Byzantine Dwinelle Hall” to campus newspaper feature writers] seminar room, where  in 1969/70 the Czech historian J. V. Poliˆsensky — bald head gleaming in the … Continue reading

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This is how the System Rejects Real Change

Michael hi this is Emma I am just writing to let you know that a motion has been made to be voted on by the SCC to expel you from the Pacific Green Party. What this would mean is that … Continue reading

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Chapter Meeting with No Lead Time Tonight: at the Chit-Chat Cafe

Campaign manager of the Meo for Congress 2016 enterprise, and elected vice-president of the Eastside Democratic Club, Herschel Soles met for a short but important you might say caucus of the officers of the Cascadia chapter of the Pacific Green … Continue reading

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We Invaded Another Country

but that’s okay, we invaded this small, remote country two weeks ago.  The wording of the Headline is interesting, don’t you think?  We invade a country and we learn about it in the frame, “Pentagon Confirms U.S. Grounds Troops in … Continue reading

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