This section of our website will be dedicated to posting in our limited capacity, links to the written product, of
just a few of the people and organizations that are/have contributed/ing to keeping important thoughts, ideals, and issues
in front of the people.
We are not alone, we can do better, we will not allow ourselves, our society to fade quietly
We give major mainstream media a hard time over their content. It is not that you can't
find the information needed, the biggest problem, in our opinion is that needed content represents a smaller than effective
percentage of the overall product available, as well as lacking needed levels of repetition. These are both issues that less
socially valuable or accurate media products do not seem to have. We believe the solution must lie within rekindling a sense
of greater responsibility, and understanding of the importance of both private and public sector media. With greater efforts
being made to create the needed positive societal impacts on key progressive issues, as well as greater access to, or visibility of
confirmed data, and valued ideals, that we need as citizens to function responsibly....Supported with a very light government
touch, such as would be required to re-establish the "Fairness Doctrine".
Timeline: August 14th, 2010
The following is a great editorial that addresses many important issues surrounding the
decline in membership within the ranks of organized religion, and in my opinion it opens the door to thought and discussion
on other related issues as well.
The following link is to the above mentioned Oregonian-OregonLive.com article written by Mr. William Lobdell. Article appeared
in the Sunday Oregonian, August 15th, 2010
Timeline: August 5th, 2009
The following is a great article that covers
a failed "Sex for Pot" operation conducted by the Tigard Police.
check out the related article published by "Willamette Week" for more details. Article is titled "To Catch a Stoner".
The following link is to the above mentioned Oregonian-Oregonlive.com article written by Ms. Karen Pate. Article appeared
in the Wednesday Oregonian, August 5th, 2009
This link will take you to the main page of the Willamette Week publication, then use the sites key word finder and type in
(To Catch a Stoner.)
Timeline: July 23rd, 2009
The following is a great article concerning how cultural bias could be impacting student achievement in the
Tigard Tualatin School District.
The following link is to the above mentioned Oregonian-Oregonlive.com article. Written by Melissa Navas. Article appeared
in the Thursday Oregonian. July 23rd, 2009