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The political winds have shifted since Portland's May 19th mayoral primary. Now, the top vote getter is the underdog. But, the other name on the ballot could be a spoiler. I examine the dynamics on The Big Smoke.
Oregon elected officials and law enforcement use a failed Proud Boys attempt to stir up trouble as an excuse to remove restrictions on violence against Black Lives Matter protesters, brutally attacking them and, once again, choosing Racism Over Reform.
As Black Lives Matter protests continue in the streets of Portland, the rules for doing so peacefully are constantly shifting and police continue to meet Peaceful Protests against police brutality with police violence.
Portland Police are guilty of numerous crimes and act as if law doesn't apply to them. I examine their malfeasance in Blue Crime Matters on The Big Smoke.
For years I questioned the power that book buyers and sellers abdicated to Amazon. In The Politics of Amazon, I discuss one more example of Amazon's abuse of power (excerpted from the June 2009 issue of the Willamette Writer).
A civil union, marriage establishes hundreds of legal rights/responsibilities when a certificate is filed with a government entity. In May 2009, I read my essay about Separation of Church and State, first featured on OutImpact.com in November 2008, on Shape of a Box.
Sometimes it does pay to just say no. I tell a tale of rejection and acceptance in A Story's Tale, published in the Bylines 2009 Writer's Desk Calendar, November 2008.
A writer can't take rejection personally. I discuss how a story that one editor sent back with words intended to sting became my first sale. Bylines 2007 Writer's Desk Calendar published Rejections in November, 2006.
In Sight after death a rewarding gift that leaves a living legacy I wrote about the experience of delivering eye tissue to the Lions Eye Bank (the first of several deliveries made) for the Corvallis Gazette Times in June 2003.