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Community Language and Culture Bank 28.04.2004 12:40
Military Recruiting in Our Public Schools
Local High School Students Say: Military Out of Our Public Schools! Local high school students and community activists speak out about military recruiting in public schools on April 29.

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PPBCopwatcher 28.04.2004 12:29
Macomber done
Macomber is done

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PPBCopwatcher 28.04.2004 12:23
MACOMBER provides INCONSISTENT TESTIMONY
macomber provides inconsistent testimony

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westwind 28.04.2004 12:13
"FREE TRE ARROW" T-shirts available NOW!
tre-shirt design Designed by an amazing local artist and printed by a worker-owned shop on good quality reclaimed cotton t-shirts (most were 'remainders' and have never been worn) They are available, while they last, for $15. ALL the profits benefit Tre's legal defense fund.

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K. 28.04.2004 12:09
One Year Since Tacoma Police Chief David Brame Shot And Killed His Estranged Wife
At least this story had one happy ending and David Brame will no longer be around to terrorize women anymore. Too bad his wife didn't survive and get to experience life without David terrorizing her.

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a workerbee 28.04.2004 11:38
Pat Tillman: A Discussion
There has been a lot of interest in the article posted to this indymedia site about Pat Tillman. Here is some clarification:

portland indymedia is an open publishing website. indymedia is tactic (a way of doing things), like "community radio" or "non-violence", not an organization. Some people chose to take a tactic and create an organization around it, like your favorite community radio station, but indymedia doesn't.

The person who re-posted the article about Pat Tillman is not known and can not be known to the volunteer facilitators of this site. Facilitators take extra steps to insure the anonymity of posters. indymedia does not work like a news organization. People like yourself post articles to the newswire. Some that are original and of local interest are featured by many volunteers who act autonomously to make decisions in an open and pure consensus based process. The article posted is in no way "Portland Indymedia"'s article, it belongs to the person who posted it and the community.

Please see: What is open publishing? for further information.

As evidenced by a lot of posts and comments, many people in the broader community have wished to have a discussion about Pat Tillman and whether or not being a soldier is a noble pursuit. Here in the local Portland community we are dealing with the very serious issues of police violence and the accountability to that violence. Though it is awesome to see many people across the country participating in indymedia as posters and commentors, the number and nature of the posts about the Pat Tillman article has become disruptive. They have basically just been a re-hash of, "He's a hero" vs. "No, he's not". So, this article has been provided to have the discussion. Other articles about this subject, original or not, will not appear on the site at this time.

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live nearby 28.04.2004 11:37
broken window at Starf*cks on se 20th
Art Hoppe 28.04.2004 11:13
To Root Against Your Country
This column by Art Hoppe was published in The Chronicle on March 5, 1971; he said it attracted more letters than any other column he wrote. Hoppe died Feb. 1, 2000.

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call-in 28.04.2004 11:13
the PoPo & Mayor Katz were topics of
excoriation again today on Alex Jones radio program.

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Cort Greene-Socialist Appeal 28.04.2004 10:50
U.S. backed opposition /Guarimba/plan a failure in Venezuela
Solidarity with Venezuela

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Deacon 28.04.2004 10:49
NO FREEDOM OF SPEECH AT IMC
Why was my article pulled?

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Orwell's long lost cousin 28.04.2004 10:18
The De-evolution of IndyMedia
After the Rushman mentions PDX's IndyMedia site on his raido show PDX IndyMedia becomes a troller's Paradise.

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Elmar Thevessen 28.04.2004 10:15
USA-Correspondent on the Controversial Bush Era: Greatness or Megalomania
"The 43rd president has not kept any of this promises but brought about the opposite.. Pig-headed and stubborn were the flattering adjectives used by the media.. Bush firmly believes that the consequences of his decisions are ultimately in God's hands..even negative results.."

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Stand Up 28.04.2004 10:09
Why Dont You Leave
This country does not need people like you

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Jen 28.04.2004 09:56
Media Release: Arissa Calls Today's Inquest "A Sick Attempt at Pacification"
The inquest process by design has no power - it cannot issue an indictment to anyone, and no evidence that arises from it can be used in any court proceeding. The Arissa organization charges Senator Carter, Mayor Katz, and District Attorney Schrunk with misleading the public into believing that the inquest process has the ability to remedy the ongoing problem of police brutality in Portland.

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Ben 28.04.2004 09:50
To 'Real American' Mike
Hey Mike, you wrote a comment here that people posting here at the imc are anti-Americans... I wrote back to you but the post was deleted. IF you are for real, let's have a real discussion.

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mnm 28.04.2004 08:06
Inquest
inquest
who, what, when, where

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pix 28.04.2004 07:26
Starbucks is sensitive
Why you can't buy this t-shirt

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Gary Sudborough 28.04.2004 06:52
Pat Tillman: Hero or Wasted Life?
An argument against the continual depiction of American soldiers as "heroes" by the corporate media, when they are engaged in illegal, immoral wars for fallacious reasons, especially wars that leave a radioactive legacy of cancers and deformed children like the present wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

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Broken Crayon 28.04.2004 05:48
Automate and Outsource the US Presidency
Remember the "Nobody for President" and "None of the Above" write in campaigns of elections past? This election, take a lesson from Globalization: automate and outsource.

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Nico Haupt 28.04.2004 05:38
Ed Asner supports 9/11 Truth Movement
Actor & Peace Activist Ed Asner released open letter

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GPFX 28.04.2004 04:40
6 of spades deatured in tribune article?
In a recent article in the tribune, reporter BEN JACKLET rode with an officer "Mike Stradley." The funny thing is, no "Mike Stradley" works for the portland police.

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MICHAEL SLACKMAN 28.04.2004 03:09
Protestors infiltrating GOP convention (repost)
Protestors are infiltrating the GOP convention in NYC. Yayyy Gang! Just think of what it would be like if they hosted it here!

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Read it hear...cause you may never see it on TV news. 28.04.2004 02:20
Saddam's weapons of mass destruction (WMD) have been found.
Saddam's weapons of mass destruction (WMD) have been found.

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Daniel Borgström 28.04.2004 01:53
The unexpected ending of the case against the Oakland 25
The DA had been prosecuting 25 victims of the police assault which took place on April 7, 2003 in the Port of Oakland. A year later, the ordeal of these people finally ended in a strange twist.

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iskra 28.04.2004 00:38
REVOLUTION: Why it's necessary, Why it's possible, What it's all about - by Bob Avakian
The following is an excerpt from a historic talk by Revolutionary Communist Party Chairman Bob Avakian, soon to be available on video and DVD from Three Q Productions.

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RJG 28.04.2004 00:21
Iraqis Burn New Flag
Maybe the Republicans will finally get a constitutional amendment against flag burning afterall with the new constitution they are writing for Iraq.

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NW RAGEer 27.04.2004 23:34
GE updates from around the world
Here's a little something I put together w/ info. about what's going on with genetic engineering around the world right now. We are making headway in South America, the EU, and here in the U.S. Let's see if we can't do something in Oregon!

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Leeshai Lemish 27.04.2004 23:26
Hello Skeptic
A couple of years ago "Skeptic" offered some comments and raised some questions about an article that appeared on this website concering a Falun Gong candlelight vigil at PSU. At the time, I wrote a long comment, sharing my thoughts, but for some reason could not find that page again. Now I can, and I posted it back on that article. It is also here below. "Skeptic" - I hope you are still checking this website and will see this. Thank you.

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not usually a reposter 27.04.2004 23:22
Down the memory hole?
I noticed that this article no longer exists and I couldn't find a reason for it's retraction. If anyone knows if this proved to be untrue or otherwise problematic please post about it.

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Ryan Harvey 27.04.2004 23:18
The Ballad of the Biscuit Fire (Ryan Harvey)
The Ballad of the Biscuit Fire. A song about the saving the Wild Siskiyou!

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washington (re)post 27.04.2004 22:58
"We can save you [but] you might not be what you were."
This chilling article tells truths about Iraq and the American soldiers that are returning from there with radically changed lives. The medical corps has the lowest morale in the military, according to this article, because they have to deal with this on a daily basis. No photos of coffins, indeed...

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st 27.04.2004 22:13
RAW FACTS: Crime Statistics
The following are some informative links that compare and contrast various aspects of crime and prisons.

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Little Beirut Collective 27.04.2004 22:12
May Day 2004 (from Little Beirut #7)
Little Beirut is a collectivly run, Portland Oregon News Paper. We exist to promote communication within the left, especially the anti-authoritarian revolutionary left of Portland.
now online at  http://www.littlebeirut.net

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Icons of Filth 27.04.2004 22:08
Your Military
An oldie, but so, so relevant.

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Adammonte9000 27.04.2004 22:00
Justice is duckblind!
Hey people, check this out! (link below)

 http://www.justiceisduckblind.com

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Chris 27.04.2004 21:03
Better bike batteries
A link to website listing of current battery technology

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NW RAGE 27.04.2004 20:39
Vermont governor signs GE labeling law!
Gov. James Douglas Monday made Vermont the first state to require manufacturers of genetically modified seeds to label and register their products. Here's the link:  http://www.timesargus.com/04/Story/82750.html

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Pravda or Dare 27.04.2004 20:20
Power has no inherent compass
Commentary on economic control

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Reclaim the Commons 27.04.2004 19:56
5/2 Reclaim the Commons Spokescouncil in San Francisco
RECLAIM THE COMMONS: West Coast G8/Biotech Mobilization
SHUT DOWN CORPORATE POWER! SHUT-DOWN THE CORPORATE/POLITICAL MACHINE on
June 8!
First Spokescouncil May 2nd
4-6 pm
San Francisco
St. Boniface Church, 133 Golden Gate Drive
housing needs:  bayareahousing@hotmail.com
mobilization details & updates: reclaimthecommons.net

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Mark Lindgren, Health Care For All - Oregon 27.04.2004 19:45
National Health Insurance Conference
Conference on getting universal single-payer medical insurance in the United States.

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Jared Israel 27.04.2004 19:14
the Strategic Goals of the Bizarre Iraq War
. . . Having come forward with no concrete evidence, it invaded. Having invaded, it produced nothing to back up its claim. This all seems calculated to produce fury among Muslims and to provide a wealth of material for an antiwar movement. But why?

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pix 27.04.2004 18:55
Home Depot Proposal Burnside & MLK
The following is information from the development department on the next public meeting to solicit comments on the proposed development. Enjoy!

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Jane Doe 27.04.2004 18:08
Tre Arrow Has a Message for You
An article written by Earth First about Tre Arrow, a raw vegan environmentalist who hopes to educate the world about the current destruction of our planet.

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TheDirtRoadWarrior 27.04.2004 17:35
Rush Limbaugh Bashes Portland Indy Media today on his talk radio program.
Was listening to Rush today and he was plugging Portland Indy Media like crazy.

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chenry 27.04.2004 17:13
Oregonian Editors are opposing Clackamas PUD?
Sudy released: Well, The Big O strikes again. They received the Clackamas PUD feasibility study yesterday at 2:30 PM, long before this editorial went to press. But, hey, why let significant concrete data on big PUD savings get in the way of an editorial that might as well have been written a year ago? Letters to the editor are suggested. Lots of letters are suggested. You can get info on the Clackamas PUD Feasibility Study at http://www.cheappower.org/feasibility_study.htm, including the whole text. Send letters to: letters@news.oregonian.com Tom Civiletti

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they're outtathere 27.04.2004 16:45
Sign Nader's "Impeach Bush & Cheney" Petition
Sign Ralph Nader's petition to Impeach Bush & Cheney

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Portland IWW 27.04.2004 16:25
CHILDCARE FOR MAYDAY TO BE PROVIDED AT IWW HALL
Portland IWW Mayday planning committee to provide childcare at our union hall.

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Eco-nomix 27.04.2004 16:16
WhiteHouseForSale.org Press Release
In letting people know that corporations control the government, it is important to give specific examples.

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Thomas Phillipson 27.04.2004 15:44
Anarchists in Film Series at the Northwest Film Center
The Northwest Film Center presents our third annual Anarchists & Film series opening Saturday May 1, 2004 at 7PM at the Guild Theatre with the 1964 film, PROFILES IN COURAGE inspired by Pulitzer Prize-winning book by John F. Kennedy. For more information go to www.nwfilm.org.

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I guess ARISSA would call me a fucking liberal 27.04.2004 15:33
Co-founder of ARISSA calls for acts of terror in the United States
ARISSA, the self-proclaimed radical organization co-founded by Craig Rosebraugh the author of "The Logic of Political Violence" are mad at "fucking liberals" for voicing out against their march? Arissa left the nature of the march intentionaly ambiguous with the intent to intimidate the Mayor with political violence (Craig Rosebraugh defines political violence as "actions harming humans") and you wonder why people would boycott your march.

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Edward Griffin 27.04.2004 15:05
Secrets of the Federal Reserve
the Fed was born on Jekyll Island...

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Tar/Feather 27.04.2004 14:54
Suspected Zarqawi Terror Hoax
Zarqawi After seeing the latest episode of ABC's Nightline, I strongly suspect that the latest alleged Zarqawi "terror" attempt in Jordan is a complete fiction. The recent arrests and confessions of alleged terrorists 'linked' to Zarqawi described a massive planned attack within Jordan.

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Jed Brandt 27.04.2004 14:39
REVIEW: Where's Feminism? Everywhere and Nowhere
This world really needs a new feminism, and the editors and contributors are right on to ground feminism in social movements dealing with real life and not just the simulacra of representational politics. But saying that all issues are women's issues because women are involved or are leaders misses the point.

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jimmy 27.04.2004 14:17
Adopt a Soldier - Stop the War
Write a letter to a soldier to let him/her know what people really think of this war. Send a photo of a dead Iraqi civilian. Send a photo or message about an anti-war protest.

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Estelle Shirbon 27.04.2004 14:09
Spain seeks UN help to oust US from Iraq
"The idea is to see if Spain, France and Germany can help the United States find an exit from Iraq ... and devise a formula for an international presence there that would not be perceived as an occupation by most of the population"

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Jorge Martin 27.04.2004 13:48
Venezuela: #deepen the revolution, advance to socialism*
solidarity with Venezuela

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The Mayor needs to be held accountable 27.04.2004 13:40
City Hall needs to be shut down
The Mayor is obviously failing in her role as police commissioner and she needs to be held accountable. We need radical non-violent direct action to shut down city hall if there is no responce. She needs to be removed from office if she refuses to take action.

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Tracey Rowatt 27.04.2004 13:19
Forest Film Fest May 10-16 2004
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Forest Film & Video Festival
April 15, 2004 Forest Film Festival
Contact: Tracey Rowatt
(503)359-1905
 tracey@forestfilmfest.com



FILM FESTIVAL TO SHOWCASE INDEPENDENT FILMMAKERS AND ENHANCE OREGON CONTRIBUTION TO THE FILM INDUSTRY


FOREST GROVE, OREGON - The first Forest Film & Video Festival will be held at the Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton Street, Portland, Oregon from Monday, May 10 through Sunday, May 16. The festival will offer a diverse selection of animations, documentaries, experimental films, short fiction, student and international films.
The Festival committee has received nearly 180 local, national and international films. They will be screened, categorized and selected for showings during the seven day event. All films are thirty minutes or less.
Audiences will have an opportunity to vote on their favorites. An award ceremony will be held to honor winners in each category. Prizes will be given.
Pre-sold tickets are available at www.ticketweb.com. Tickets prices are for each showing date. Tickets at the Clinton Street Theater door are $6 for general admission.
Proceeds and promotional opportunities will go to three organizations. One of the beneficiaries is the Banks Community Foundation, a non-profit organization that is conducting a feasibility study regarding the development of a world class motion picture and video production facility in that area of Washington County.
A number of Oregon companies are sponsoring this event. Many sponsors are committed to the growth of the film industry in Oregon. Such growth includes both independent productions and bringing large motion picture production companies to Oregon to film.
Specific information on the Festival can be found at www.forestfilmfest.com. Email:  info@forestfilmfest.com or phone (503)359-1905. Additional sponsors are welcome.

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and goes on to win cop of the year 27.04.2004 12:39
Officer Sery beats up disabled woman and steals her electronic scooter
This is a link to an article that appeared in the Oregonian today:  http://www.oregonlive.com/news/oregonian/index.ssf?/base/news/1083066939140130.xml

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