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Human rights, Genocide, peace, politics, a broken earth, and Salem-News.com. Our goal as an Oregon news family is to cover subjects that others ignore. Salem-News.com, our greater family, is essential media - more needed in this world than ever before. I won't mention every person with the group, though I wish I could, there are so many champions among them.
April 20, 2017, 4:20 am 1 comments in the last 7 days.
More people every day are discovering the delights of cannabis in many types, shapes, tastes and consistencies. Cannabis products also vary in strength, and it is integral to their success that consumers know what they are buying. The “bud” is the most vaunted of all parts of the cannabis plant. The bud (aka “flower” or “herb”) is where the THC content is found, and therefore the most valuable and most sought after. The second favorite? OIL produced from the buds.
December 3, 2008, 3:18 pm 1 comments in the last 7 days.
For those hoping for a dramatic change in U.S. foreign policy under an Obama administration -- particularly regarding human rights, international law, and respect for international institutions -- the appointment of Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State is a bitter disappointment. Indeed, Senator Clinton has more often than not sided with the Bush administration against fellow Democrats on key issues regarding America’s international legal obligations, particularly international humanitarian law.
May 4, 2011, 8:00 am 1 comments in the last 7 days.
False character assassination is apparently legal in a court of law. Outside of the courtroom, if a person lies openly about another person's character, they are subject to liability. This behavior was committed by state attorneys in the recent Civil Rights suit filed by William Coleman against the Oregon State Hospital and one of its department heads.
First and Foremost, I wanted to express a future, a future which if we allow such conflicts to continue or to believe those whose jobs seem to etched on creating such conflict, we will have failed our posterity and left the burden for them to resolve such a tragedy as Palestine.
November 25, 2013, 2:05 pm 1 comments in the last 7 days.
When I was a child, my father had a photo album from WWII that was full of pictures of nothing but a city in rubble. We were sworn to secrecy and were not permitted to discuss these photos with anyone. I always remembered this one photo of an arch doorway of a church still standing with the rest of the building just gone. Later in life I learned that there was the impression of little girl’s charred remains on that doorway. I never noticed this detail until it was explained to me by my father. The story of his personal experience of this little girl at the church, I will never forget. As it turned out these were his one of kind personal photos of the devastation after the atomic bomb blast in Nagasaki.