Lobby group B’nai Brith Canada level unfounded accusations against rally organizers
(TORONTO) - B’nai Brith Canada has issued false and inflammatory accusations against the rally’s organizers and participants. Ontario’s Premier-elect, Doug Ford, has faithfully repeated those falsehoods, apparently without conducting any investigation into their truth or falsehood.
On June 7, 2018, the organizers of the rally issued a statement of principles which reiterated our opposition to all forms of racism, including anti-Semitism, and our commitment to the peaceful resolution of conflicts.
The detainees in Sheridan are among the more than 1,600 people that ICE is holding in federal prisons.
(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Monday, Oregon’s U.S. Senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden, with House members Reps. Suzanne Bonamici, Earl Blumenauer, Peter DeFazio and Kurt Schrader, demanded that the acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) immediately allow individuals being held at a federal prison in Sheridan, Ore., under the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance policy” to access legal services through free phone calls.
Please review and comment on the proposed rules before the deadline.
(SALEM, Ore.) - Notice of proposed permanent rulemaking:
These rules will modify which grow sites are required to use CTS, outline forms of an address to register a medical marijuana grow site, establish the number of immature plants that are below 24" at a registered grow site, and increase the number of patients that a grower may grow for from 4 to 8.
The turnout was indicative of the interest in a transparent investigation, even now.
(SALEM, Ore.) - “Without Evidence,” a 1995 movie about the murder of Oregon’s Corrections Chief Michael Francke, was shown this week at Salem Cinema, drawing a large crowd.
The full-length film was created through the inspiration of Kevin Francke, brother of the slain corrections director. Proceeds raised by the film will be used to support the Inglewood Forest Festival in Salem, which takes place August 11th.
Though water is "safe for most", drinking water filling stations are open.
(SALEM, Ore.) - Test results received this morning from water samples taken on Saturday, June 9, indicate the presence of cyanotoxins in the water distribution system is below EPA advisory levels for vulnerable populations.
As a precautionary measure, the City of Salem extended the drinking water advisory for at least two more weeks to ensure safe drinking water for our residents and water customers.
The Bundys and several dozen armed followers seized the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Oregon and prevented federal officials from performing their duties by force, threats, and intimidation.
(PORTLAND, Ore.) - The 41-day armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge began in January 2016.
Eleven defendants pleaded guilty to felony conspiracy to impede officers of the U.S. Four other defendants were convicted of felonies by a federal jury in a trial ending in March 2017.
Red Cross campaign calls for new blood donors to fill the Missing Types
(PORTLAND, Ore.) - As part of an international movement, the American Red Cross is launching the Missing Types campaign today to recruit new blood donors – and those who have not given recently – to ensure lifesaving blood is available for patients.
During the Missing Types campaign, the letters A, B and O – the main blood groups – will disappear from brands, social media pages, signs and websites to illustrate the critical role every blood donor plays.
The cannabis industry does not have access to banking, which may have bearing on this case.
(EUGENE, Ore.) - Nine defendants residing in and around Corvallis, Oregon face conspiracy charges related to a credit card “bust-out” fraud scheme and an interstate marijuana distribution operation funded by the fraud.
A credit card “bust-out” is a fraud scheme that begins with perpetrators obtaining credit cards and accumulating large balances.
As was true last week, the school district will not make bottled water available to kids in school ages 6-18.
(SALEM, Ore.) - The water "advisory" is back on for Salem and areas around Salem.
Results from water quality samples received Wednesday morning (June 6, 2018) indicate that cyanotoxins are present in the City of Salem’s water distribution system at levels that exceed Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guidelines for children and vulnerable populations.
Many insiders believe the man convicted in the murder, Frank Gable, was a patsy.
(SALEM, Ore.) - The Englewood Forest Festival, a summer arts festival at Englewood Park in Salem, Oregon is presenting “Without Evidence”, a film about the murder that occurred near the park in January of 1989.
The location was in the neighborhood at the Dome Building – office of the Department of Corrections, 7 blocks away from the park, and the victim was Michael Francke, the Director of the Oregon Dept. of Corrections.
This youth surf contest is for ages 18 and under only; open to surfers of all skill levels.
(NEWPORT, Ore.) - In celebration of International Surfing Day, the Surfrider Foundation’s Newport, Siuslaw and Portland Chapters have announced they will be hosting the 10th annual Otter Rock n Roll Youth Surf and Beach Cleanup Challenge.
Observed globally, International Surfing Day celebrates the sport of surfing and helps raise awareness about issues facing our ocean, waves and beaches.
Talk delivered at Deep Truth-Countering Deep State Lies (online conference)
(LONDON) - A healthy society doesn’t need a ‘truth movement.’ But we Americans, Brits, French and Germans are far from healthy and our so-called ‘truth movements’ haven’t led us towards any sources of light. The question is: Why?
One possible answer is that ‘truth movements’ are ideal environments for the operators of controlled opposition...
“America First” is slowly becoming “America alone.”
(SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.) - At the Group of Seven (G7) meeting on June 8, President Trump called for the readmission of Russia into the group.
Russia was tossed out of the Group after it annexed Crimea and intervened in the Ukraine and did so even after Russia intervened in the 2016 presidential election. Soon there will be only a de facto G6 Group.
Doing your research will give you needed knowledge.
(SALEM, Ore.) - After the basic ‘match result’ market, betting on Both Teams To Score bets are one of the most favourable. The primary version of this doesn’t affect what the final score is, how many goals there are or which side wins, as long as both teams score at least one goal each, meaning there needs to be a minimum scoreline of 1-1 by the time the games reached the full ninety minutes.
As there’s far less at stake and plenty more time for your bet to land, BTTS bets are arguably even more worth doing than match result bets.
The outcome will be decided in 90 minutes on Saturday.
(SALEM, Ore.) - The Super Eagles today were handed a tactical morale boost as head coach Gernot Rohr, in his interview with football reporters, backed the Nigerian team to defeat the Blazers when they lock horns at Stalingrad stadium on Saturday.
The Super Eagles had their second day of training after arrival from Austria on Monday.
Networking is the lifeblood of landing a job in the 21st century.
(SALEM, Ore.) - The Oregon unemployment rate continues to hover around 4.1 percent, which is aligned with the national average. The only problem is that the unemployment rate hasn’t budged in nearly a year and a half. It is a record-setting situation, the lowest consecutive slump in over 40 years.
What does this stagnant job economy mean for Oregonians? Potentially fewerjobs with increased job competition among the state’s job hunters. This may make your job search more challenging.
Tragedy is a reminder of unforeseen risks on the road.
(WARM SPRINGS, Ore.) - 39-year old Rhett Larsen, an off-duty firefighter from Bend, was riding a Harley-Davidson motorcycle eastbound when a large bear ran into his path on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation. He was unable to avoid the bear and struck the animal in the eastbound lane.
Larsen was thrown from his motorcycle and then was struck by a westbound Ford SUV pulling a utility trailer driven by 57-year old Margaret Sweo, from Oregon City. Sweo's vehicle traveled off the roadway and rolled onto its side.
Ongoing customer service is the best way to keep clients. No kidding.
(SALEM, Ore.) - In the past, small businesses functioned solely relying on word-of-mouth, pamphlets, and billboards as their advertising means. Today, there are millions of ways to advertise your business.
One that is prevailing is the free, reaching internet. The word for your company could spread and travel millions of miles across the world. All you need to do is to think of a catchy phrase or ad and your job is done.
"We stand with women and men in our states by rejecting this Administration’s efforts to interfere in the doctor-patient relationship..."
(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon Governor Kate Brown joined 13 other governors across the country in sending a letter to Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar opposing the Trump-Pence administration’s domestic gag rule, which would make it illegal for healthcare providers to refer for abortion and impose new restrictions intended to block patients from Planned Parenthood health centers for birth control.
They join the 73 percent of Americans, 200 members of Congress and 110 public health organizations who already oppose the rule.
It's hard work, but the rewards are worth the effort.
(SALEM, Ore.) - While you want to keep your home clean, some jobs are just too difficult. That's when you call in the professionals. Professional cleaning businesses can accomplish more in a short time than you might get to in months. Great news!
But, what if you want to start up your own cleaning business? Now things can get a little sticky. How many cleaning businesses exist in your area? Are they all succeeding? Definitely, not!