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Evening News on 10/21/14

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Evening News on 10/20/14

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Evening News on 10/17/14

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Evening News on 10/16/14

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Evening News on 10/15/14

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Evening News on 10/14/14

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Evening News on 10/13/14

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Evening News on 10/10/14

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Evening News on 10/09/14

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Evening News on 10/08/14

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Redirecting Your Tax money: War Tax Resisters

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Thu, 03/13/2008

 

s tax time approaches, and the spending on the Iraq war continuing to grow, many people have expressed concern about paying taxes to continue to fund the war.

But one group of Portlanders have been refusing to pay war taxes for a long time.  They are part of a national movement known as War Tax Resisters.

KBOO's Suzanne LaGrande, spoke with Pam, one of Portland's long-time war tax resistors 
That was KBOO Reporter Suzanne LaGrande, speaking with a local tax resister.

 

A Talk with Loretta Alper, Producer of "War Made Easy"

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Thu, 03/13/2008

 

Many events have been planned both locally and nationally to coincide with the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.

One of these events is the release of a documentary called "War Made Easy", in which the filmmakers attempt to decipher "how we got into this mess."

KBOO's Jenka Soderberg spoke with the film's producer, Loretta Alper

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Police Accountability in Portland: Multi-source Update

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Wed, 03/12/2008

 

Yesterday evening the League of Women Voters held a public forum on Police Accountability in Portland. 

Representatives from the Independent Police Review Board, the Citizens Review Committee, Portland Copwatch and the Northwest Constitutional Rights Center presented their assessments of the Independent Police Review board - I-P-R, and discussed the recently-issued report and recommendations presented by independent consultant Eileen Luna-Firebaugh.

 When asked by audience members if the IPR had any definite changes they could undertake, City Auditor Gary Blackmer insisted the process was working, but a staff increase would cut down on delays. Alejandro Queral of the Northwest Constitutional Rights Center had several recommendations, but especially encouraged independent police investigations. 
 

The City Auditor encouraged the audience to find his response to Luna-Firebaugh's report on the City website: 

www.portlandonline.com

 

Pentagon Prosecutor To Testify in Guantanamo Hearing in April

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Wed, 03/12/2008

 

At a pretrial hearing scheduled to be held next month at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba,  a former Pentagon Prosecutor is poised to testify for the defense

KBOO's Eddie Greenly has details

 

Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela Update: From South American Viewpoint

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Wed, 03/12/2008

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice today urged nations such as Venezuela to meet their U-N obligations by keeping so-called terrorists out of their territories, and not letting their borders to be used to protect them.

Rice’s comments come a day after President Bush said that Venezuela's response to the recent crisis in Colombia and Ecuador was provocative and disturbing.

Dan Denvir is a former organizer with the Portland Central American Solidarity Committee and is a past producer of KBOO’s Labor Radio.  

He is now living in Quito, Ecuador. 

KBOO’s Patrik Kilpatrick spoke with him and brings you the first in an occasional series of what the world looks like when viewed from South America.

In this Installment, we’ll hear something of the South American perspective on the recent diplomatic wrangle between Colombia and Ecuador and Venezuela.

  That was former KBOO host Dan Denvir speaking from Quito, Ecuador. 

KBOO’s Patrik Kilpatrick produced this audio with the help of the Bolivarian Media Exchange.

 

Construction of a Casino Effecting Salmon: The Inside Update

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Tue, 03/11/2008

The Friends of The Columbia Gorge weighed in on the Warm Springs Tribes’ plan for a Casino resort in Cascade Locks today.They are opposed to it and would support instead an on-reservation solution as an alternative.They’re  basing their stance on the harm the planned casino would do to Salmon populations in the Lower Columbia and Snake Rivers.It took a trip to federal court to get access to the memo withheld by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.The memo to the  BIA from the National Marine Fisheries Service stated the proposed casino would cause further harm to six Columbia and Snake river species of  Salmon that are already endangered or threatened. The Bureau of Indian Affairs released an assessment stated that only Lower Columbia River steelhead and Coho Salmon would be harmed.

 

Plans to Clearcut Trees near Salem: The Update

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Tue, 03/11/2008

 

Environmental groups are concerned about Bureau of Land Management plans to clearcut  two sites near Salem. This audio comes from reporter Crystal Leighty.

Montreal Women's Collective Speaks on International Women's Day

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Sun, 03/09/2008

 

In honor of International Women's Day this past weekend, a Montreal-based women's collective held a conference to call for a new wave of feminism. KBOO's Megan Planchon has more:

 

 

Civil Liberties Watch: The SF 8(Black Panthers-1971)

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Sun, 03/09/2008

 Linda Olson-Osterlund with Civil Liberties Watch reports on Torture and The San Francisco Eight a group former Black Panther facing charges from a Police killing in 1971

 

 

Police Accountability in the Fouad Kaady Tragedy

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Sun, 03/09/2008

In Part 2 of ‘The Killing of Fouad Kaady, KBOO reporter Don Wolfe continues his examination of the cover up by police and the media.The case of Fouad Kaady has been described by  the civil rights leaders as Oregon’s most horrific police shooting. Kaady was a burn victim who was tasered, then shot by Sandy police.Information has recently surfaced about the 2007 arrest of one of the officers involved in the killing.That information raises new questions about the 2006 acquittal of the officers by a Clackamas County Grand J In Part 3 of this ongoing series, KBOO will explore the Grand Jury process and an ongoing effort to have the officers responsible prosecuted under federal civil rights laws by the Justice Department

 

 

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