Monday, July 10, 2023

7-10-23 Newsletter


All INCO members are invited to attend
Thursday, July 13, via Zoom
Social time at 6 pm; meeting is 6:30-7:30 pm.

* Kitchen table activism: What can we do for democracy?
* What's happening in your community and Clatsop County?
* What's on your mind?
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Thursday, July 27, from 3 - 7 pm
State Senator Suzanne Weber is holding office hours at various places in her district. She'll be at the Seaside Library on Thursday, July 27, from 3 - 7 pm. If you are in the Seaside area and are interested in scheduling a 30-minute meeting with her during these office hours, please sign up through this link:  Senator Weber July 27th Calendar Link

 You can also call 503-986-1716 or email her at and her staff will help get you scheduled. The Seaside Public Library is at 1131 Broadway. 
Thanks to State Representative David Gomberg for reminding us that Oregon's legislators still pass most bills with both Democrats and Republicans. Unfortunately, Republican senators continue to defy the will of the people as some of those who walked out of the session for six weeks plan to run for office again, despite the measure passed by voters prohibiting that.
Africa is so large that all these countries would fit in the continent: US, China, India, Eastern Europe, Italy, Germany, Spain, France, Belgium, Portugal, Netherlands, UK, Japan, and Switzerland.
Ukraine is in blue in the above map. Ukraine is the second-largest European country after Russia, with about 223,100 square miles and a 2020 population (before the war) of 44 million. Russia has 6.6 million square miles and a population of 146,122,561.
"On July 9, 1868, Americans changed the U.S. Constitution for the fourteenth time, adapting our foundational document to construct a new nation without systematic Black enslavement. ....The Fourteenth Amendment provides that “All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.” 

"....And so the Fourteenth Amendment gave the federal government the power to protect individuals even if their state legislatures had passed discriminatory laws.

"The principles behind the Fourteenth Amendment were behind the 1870 creation of the Department of Justice, whose first job was to bring down the Ku Klux Klan terrorists in the South." 
-- from Heather Cox Richardson, 
Letters from an American, July 8, 2023


"The Americans will always do the right thing after trying all other alternatives."
-- Winston Churchill

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