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Salem-News.com (Dec-21-2011 04:54)

Terrorists Kill People

This is a fundamental issue, it is time to examine the government's use of a killer buzz word that can strip you of your rights as an American.

(SALEM) - Occupied Palestine photo of graffiti on a wall Strange title I know, but we're in strange times. Terrorism is the use of terror in attacking or controlling a perceived enemy. Terrorism is understood by some people on some levels, but by and large it has been used to describe anyone who refuses to accept oppression, and fights back.

Those who the developed nations brand "terrorist" are almost always poor; they generally are getting the hell blasted out of them by U.S. made weapons and they violently resist with whatever they can place their hands on.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-10-2011 02:39)

Dershowitz` Lies and Glitches

It’s obvious that, like other Zionists, Dershowitz lacks the elementary capacity to engage in proper intellectual debate.

(LONDON) - Alan Dershowitz Rabid Zionist Alan Dershowitz is devastated by the success of ‘The Wandering Who’. He just cannot accept that professors and academics endorse the book “as ‘brilliant,’ ‘fascinating,’ ‘absorbing,’ and ‘moving’,”

In his latest article he again misses an opportunity to debate the book, its message and its meaning. He prefers instead to indulge in the only things for which he possesses any talent at all - lying and bullying.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-15-2011 15:58)

Occupy Salem Movement Gaining Steady Momentum at Wilson Park

The group of citizen activists at Wilson Park in Salem's capitol say they are steadfast, and say they will not disperse until things in our government undergo a 'serious makeover'.

(SALEM, Oregon) - Salem-News.com Spirits are high among individuals who are using their voices and making their presence known in Salem.

Approaching the 6th night of 'Occupy Salem', protesters aren't wavering from a constant police presence, and both local and state police have been respectful so far, according to the group. Mostly just driving by, with little interaction.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-11-2011 22:38)

Hundreds Attend Launch of Occupy Salem

They want the richest citizens of this country, shielded from taxes in ways never seen in the country's past, to pay their fair share.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Occupy Salem The spirit of Salem sometimes steps up and surprises people and the Occupy Salem event that kicked off Monday is a great example.

Like Portland, where crowds swelled in excess of 10,000 during its opening last week, Salem saw a larger-than-anticipated turnout with several hundred attending its kick-off.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-10-2011 22:22)

Salem`s Homeless Fear Anticipated Police Sweeps

The division of the classes widens daily.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Salem-News.com Homeless residents in Salem say they are scared, wondering if police are going to soon clear them out their makeshift living arrangements just as the weather gets cold. Police in Salem do historically route the homeless from encampments.

A man and woman attending the Occupy Salem event that kicked off Monday, say living without a home is hard.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-26-2011 03:59)

(VIDEO added) Bizarre Lightning in Salem- What Was it?

Before the lightning strikes gave way to thunder, we watched an aircraft fly in from the north to, it appeared, take a look.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Salem lightning strike Shortly after 3:00 a.m. today, Dexter Phoenix and I noticed a very strange weather occurrence that I suspect many Salem area residents heard from inside of their homes.

What we saw was a series of lightning strikes to the east, they were almost flashing in a consistent pattern, roughly every 20 seconds. I've absolutely never witnessed anything like it in my life.

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Salem-News.com (Apr-04-2011 07:51)

Standing Ovation in Salem for BBC`s `Most Famous Woman in Afghanistan` Malalai Joya

Hard truths have a soft landing at historic Oregon university- includes video coverage of Willamette event.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Malalai Joya Former Afghan Parliament Member Malalai Joya spoke to a welcoming and enthusiastic packed house at Willamette University's Smith Auditorium Sunday night.

Her talk to a wide ranging audience led to a minutes-long standing ovation; it seemed like a clear indication of Salem's interest in this far away land occupied by U.S. troops locked in a fierce war claiming an escalating number of lives on all sides.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-25-2011 05:30)

Is the Salem NAACP Ready to Fight?

The goals may remain distant if priorities center around friendly relations with the right organizations...

(SALEM, Ore.) - William Coleman The Salem NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) has new officers and the change could represent a brighter future for people here who are faced with challenges due to the color of their skin.

Among those in attendance were four local men with law enforcement backgrounds, who are all Black, with fairly amazing stories of what they perceive as racially charged justice.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-11-2010 14:10)

Dragging the Gut Drives Crowds to Relive The Good Ole Days in McMinnville

Live music, free movies and a sock hop were the precursor for a night of cruising reminiscent of years gone by...

(MCMINNVILLE, Ore.) - drag the gut people McMinnville, Oregon had a real blast from the past over the weekend. A cruising event known locally as dragging the gut that's been banned since 1989, was reborn with a vital resurgence.

Hundreds if not thousands, descended on this semi rural city Saturday night while hundreds of local cars, many put away in garages since the 1989 police cruising ban...

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Salem-News.com (Aug-11-2010 04:00)

Demonstrators Protest Local Newspaper Over Racism

Former prison guard's determination for fighting prison racism sees a new front.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Still photos by Dexter Phoenix, video by Tim King, Jerry Freeman and Joy Graves. A group of demonstrators in Salem are angry with a local newspaper for ignoring racism, corruption and Civil Rights violations against African Americans; both inmates and guards, in the state prison.

The protest was led by former Corrections Officer William Coleman of Salem, who suffered extreme retaliation over blowing the whistle on racism in Oregon Corrections.

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