Democracy Compromised

How voters can weaken democratic values. Ballots were turned in on Tuesday for Oregon’s primary election. Portland Mayor, Oregon Governor, and United States President were all polled. Bernie Sanders won Oregon, all but [See More]

How to Serve Those Who Are Serving

Prison Obscura exhibit at Newspace sees the need for humanity to revise Justice. Around 8 p.m. on the Sunday before last, I pulled my bike to the side of Interstate Avenue and [See More]

Going Big on the Central Eastside

A Design Week PDX Panel takes on a big question: How does the city keep the Central Eastside industrially fertile? Hanging at the front of the room where Bora Architects hosted the [See More]

A Step After Bernie

Super Tuesday is meaningless if we can’t take one step forward. I recently unsubscribed from the Bernie Sanders email list. The incessant need for contributions was annoying. I realize all campaigns are [See More]

Can America Be Rich and Peaceful?

Flint, Michigan is a place to practice war because it is poor. The famous documentarian Michael Moore is utilizing his economically depressed hometown of Flint, Michigan to call attention to third world [See More]

A Connected Society Doesn’t Forget

Anyone who is surprised by the doomed attempts of 31 United States governors to block Syrian refugees need not look further than the 1930’s, when American politicians barred Jewish women and children [See More]