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Seventy-seven years ago today, Oregon’s Minoru Yasui defied the government's curfew on Japanese Americans in a brave act of civil disobedience at the start of World War II.
Did you hear the story about the do-gooder tech company that is pushing new state “privacy” bills across the nation?
The energy in the Oregon Convention Center, with 700 freedom defenders and civil rights advocates in one room, was electric last Friday. Thank you to everybody who made this year's Liberty Dinner so special!
Debt-based driver’s license suspensions are a poverty penalty that punish people solely because they are poor. It is time to end this harmful practice in Oregon.
After more than a month of threats, a government shutdown, and bipartisan action by Congress, President Trump has finally declared a national emergency to spend billions of taxpayer dollars on his border wall obsession.
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