The year in review from the Northwest Observer
Editor's note: These are the top 10 stories based on your clicks. Thank you for your support. Read on and see that the bar has been set pretty low for 2022. Have a great new year!
OHA Silently Rebuked by Oregon Court of Appeals'Rules cannot violate law'O
n September 29, 2021, Kate Brown's administrative state agency went a bridge too far with the Oregon Appeals Court.
According to a former state government regulator and CPS investigator source the majority of the ever-growing enlarging administrative state power over the citizen is because citizens bent to it beginning in modern...[READ MORE]
Friday, October 8
Beaverton School District Under FireA formal complaint has been submitted to the Beaverton School BoardS
chool districts and boards are being targeted by CEI, Center for Equity & Inclusion
, promoting equity and inclusion, another name for Critical Race Theory that markets their services to train and control the content and decisions once contracted. The contracts allow unelected personnel to make local decisions avoiding public input. ...[READ MORE]
Friday, October 22
Stan Pulliam Announces Federal Lawsuit Against Gov. Brown'The constitution provides us specific guarantees of liberty'S
andy Mayor Stan Pulliam is announcing a lawsuit to be filed in Federal court on behalf of Heart of Main Street, the Oregon Mom's Union, and several businesses and individuals. The lawsuit challenges Oregon Governor Kate Brown's authority to continue using executive action to maintain a state of emergency.[READ MORE]
Wednesday, May 19
Mike Strickland Goes to US Supreme Court'I was just a guy standing there holding a camera'F
our years ago today Judge Thomas Ryan declared me guilty of 10 felonies and 11 misdemeanors in a Multnomah County courtroom. This involved the incident where I drew my firearm in response to a gang of thugs coming after me. I didn't even fire a round, as simply drawing was enough force to get the mob to back away and leave me alone. I didn't h...[READ MORE]
Thursday, February 11
Aurora Fire District Chief Blasts Kate Brown'Our State government has been weaponized'T
he Fire Chief of Aurora Fire District
in Aurora, Oregon has released a statement in response to Governor Kate Brown's recent demands that everyone in Oregon should wear face coverings, both indoors and outdoors, regardless of Covid vaccination status
Saturday, August 28
Why I Unenrolled My Kids from Newberg School District'We aren't even helping kids pass classes because the focus has been lost'
ecently, I made the tough decision to take the last of my 4 children out of the public school system. I have always been a strong believer that we are our best advocates for our kids, and so we have looked for what worked best to help...[READ MORE]
Thursday, December 9
Medical Freedom Group Sues Governor BrownThe mandate violates the employment contracts and collective bargaining agreementsFree Oregon, Inc.
has filed a lawsuit
on behalf of several plaintiffs against the State of Oregon and the Oregon Health Authority for a temporary stay on the state's vaccine mandate on health workers, first responders, teachers and ...[READ MORE]
Tuesday, September 28
Vaccine Passports: Legal Action Taken'This guidance puts Oregon at odds with the CDC, the White House, and nearly every other state in the country'O
regon once again made national headlines last week for being the first state in the union to move forward with a vaccine verification system for its residents.
The May 18 Interim Guidance for Fully Vaccinated Individuals, from the Oregon Health Authority, reads 'a business, employer or faith institution that has a policy request...[READ MORE]
Wednesday, May 26
Union County Sheriff Sends Kate Brown a LetterSays mindless dictates will no longer be toleratedT
he Union County Oregon Sheriff
has now sent Governor Kate Brown a letter dated Friday, August 13th, in response to the latest round of restrictions imposed statewide on Oregonians.
The letter reads as follows:
"I write to you today...[READ MORE]
Friday, August 13
Forever Gun Purchase Delays Considered by OregonAnti-Gun bill hearing scheduled for Feb 18thO
regon HB 2543
, which will allow the State Police to delay a firearm's purchase forever even when there is no denial on a background check, has been scheduled for a hearing on February 18th 2021 At 1PM.
The summarized language of the bill is exp...[READ MORE]
Tuesday, February 9
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