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Is there a `Peoples` Solution` to Wrongful Convictions in Oregon?

The shortest and quickest route to justice here is to demand that Governors exercise their Constitutional duties.

(EUGENE, Ore.) - Wrongly convicted inmate Terrence Kimjble in Oregon All I can say is that there is already a "solution" to wrongful convictions, which is the authority of the Governor to pardon wrongfully convicted individuals, completely superseding the entire judiciary, even the Supreme Court of the U.S. (for State convictions, not for Federal).

Governors in general, and certainly in Oregon, have abdicated their Constitutional duties and responsibilities in this area.

Read Full Article (Jul-27-2010 22:11)

Oregon Transparency Project: Political Contributions

On the individual contribution side, the big spenders are fronting their own campaigns or the campaigns of their family members.

(EUGENE, Ore.) - Magnifiying glass The Oregon Transparency Project has expanded to include Political Contributions.

Read Full Article (Apr-17-2010 13:17)

Supreme Error

"I do not understand why, in our system of dual sovereigns, Oregon must fly only in federal formation and not, as Oregon's motto provides, 'with her own wings.'" - Justice Martha Lee Walter

(EUGENE, Ore.) - Justices Robert Durham and Martha Lee Walter The Oregon Supreme Court has a long history of siding with out-of-State corporate interests against average Oregonians.

The recent Emerald Steel decision, in which the court ruled that employers can fire medical marijuana patients, is the ultimate example of judicial activism by the Court against the people of this State.

Read Full Article (Apr-15-2010 23:11)

Eugene Tea Party: If it`s Got Tax in the Title Vote No

It could have just been the beautiful weather, but everybody seemed pretty happy, even if they were carrying around signs heralding impending bankruptcy, slavery, and doom.

(EUGENE, Ore.) - Photos of Eugene teabaggers and counter protesters, by Ersun Warncke In politics the simplest messages are the best. If any single message could be elucidated from the Tea Party event held in Eugene, it was one of generalized discontent with government.

Strangely, this generalized discontent with government did not extend to the point of keeping local Republican flunkies off the stage.

Read Full Article (Mar-14-2010 00:20)

Oregon Transparency Project Launched by

The state budget like most have never seen before.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon Transparency Project In order to make the expenditure data released by the state more accessible to the public, has launched the Oregon Transparency Project.

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Ersun Warncke is a native Oregonian. He has a degree in Economics from Portland State University and studied Law at University of Oregon. At a young age, his career spans a wide variety of fields, from fast food, to union labor, to computer programming. He has published works concerning economics, business, government, and media on blogs for several years. He currently works as an independent software designer specializing in web based applications, open source software, and peer-to-peer (P2P) applications.

Ersun describes his writing as being "in the language of the boardroom from the perspective of the shop floor." He adds that "he has no education in journalism other than reading Hunter S. Thompson." But along with life comes the real experience that indeed creates quality writers. Right now, every detail that can help the general public get ahead in life financially, is of paramount importance. Ersun said, "In my reporting at Salem News I will be doing my best to apply this style of historically informed critical analysis to the most important issues in the areas of investment, economics, business and government that face the citizens of our State. Whether you are an investor, business person, worker, or farmer, it is my hope that my reporting will be informative, enlightening, and profitable for you."

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