Clackamas County Judge Kathie Steele is biased, sexist, and should not be hearing protective
After myself and four of my alleged victims own witnesses proved she had lied throughout
Clackamas County Judge Kathie Steele ruled to continue the protective
The verdict was so shocking I repeated the decision to Judge Kathie Steele, and she screamed for me to shut up! Then pointed to the sheriff as if I was going to act up in the courtroom.
The entire attack is on video, and clearly shows I was the victim, and responded to the attack by locking myself in the bathroom until my alleged victim broke down the door!!! I then locked myself in another room of the house until my alleged victims family arrived and I could leave. Again, all on video!
The video also shows my alleged victim admitting this isn't unusual behavior, and she becomes drunk and abusive with me every few months.
Clackamas County Judge Kathie Steele also verbally abused myself and my alleged victim, by yelling and screaming throughout
I'm a retired govt employee, 100% disabled combat vet that's been guaranteed
Clackamas County Judge Kathie Steele's abuse, irresponsi
My attorney and I will be appealing Judge Kathie Steele's decision, and reporting her unprofessi
As a Native Oregonian,
Perhaps Mr. Johnson forgot that his position as a State Representa
Mostly, people are being taken advantage... of because poor people aren't a protected class. Companies are being allowed to take our money as profit, and not pay fair wages.
I am a Trained and Experience
But I don't get paid the same as one.
Today is the 159th anniversary of statehood! She Flies with Her Own Wings and looks darn good doing it! Thanks to the Oregonian for making this fun video about the history of how our state became the shape it is!
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Next week, you can learn about The Salem Clique, and the beginnings of politics here in Salem, when author Barbara S. Mahoney presents in hearing room C at noon on Thursday, February 22. Hope you can join us! This will also be streamed live at www.oregonlegislature.gov .
See the Oregon State Constitution beginning on Wednesday at 10 a.m. It will be on display in the East Galleria in the Capitol through Saturday, February 17 (10 a.m. to 2 p.m.) for the 159th anniversary of Oregon's statehood!
Five downtown organizations have joined together to offer a Spring Break Passport to Fun! March 26-30, 2018. Oregon State Capitol, Willamette Heritage Center, Hallie Ford Museum of Art, World Beat Gallery and the Salem Art Association have teamed up to offer families a fun and free way to fill the week with activities.
The passport is free and available at every stop. Stamps will be given at each location after the activity is completed. Once participants have all five stam...ps they can enter into a drawing for one of the prize baskets of admission tickets, books and assorted souvenirs.
The Capitol will offer free building tours at 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. daily. Free tower tours are offered to the observation platform daily at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., weather permitting. Children must be accompanied by an adult to go to the tower and a waiver must be signed.
Willamette Valley Heritage Center is offering the passport stamp in the visitor’s center. Participants can see what Shaun the Shorn Sheep is up to. To tour the rest of the center, a special Spring Break admission pass for 2 adults and 3 children can be purchased for $15.
Hallie Ford Museum of Art is offering “The Hunt is On,” a new guide that provides clues to find and learn more about the amazing artwork in their collection. Pick up the guide at the front desk and win a prize when you complete the hunt. If you have your passport in hand, Hallie Ford is offering free admission during Spring Break week.
The World Beat Gallery is a new stop this year. They have a new exhibit on display titled “Finding Home Again: Stories from our Refugee Neighbors.” This exhibit will introduce families to people who have come to Salem after having the leave their home countries. “Finding Home Again” includes stories and artwork from students in Waldo Middle School’s ESL class. The exhibit is free.
Also a new stop for this year is the Salem Art Association’s Bush Barn Art Center which is hosting two fun, inspirational exhibits. The Young Artists’ Showcase overflows with the creativity of hundreds of pieces of art by K-12 students from Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties. Also on display will be a photographic exhibit, Braids and Brawn: The Power of Girls, which features Diane Beals’ portraits of
young women alongside quotes that begin with “I am empowered by.” The Salem Art Association is located in beautiful Bush’s Pasture Park, with a playground just outside and lots of nature to explore. Admission is FREE.
For more information about the Passport to Fun! please contact Visitor Services at the State Capitol at 503-986-1388 Phone numbers and addresses for each location is printed on the passport. To print off the passport visit the events page at www.oregoncapitol.com .
This year the Cherry Blossom Theatre Festival is the weekend before Cherry Blossom Day at the Capitol. Check out the programming this year, and make your plans now!
Here is a great video from our friends at CCTV showcasing the new Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center's exhibit here at the Capitol. This exhibit is on display until February 15, and sponsored through the Capitol History Gateway Program.
The Statesman Journal put out this great video that outlines the 2018 legislative session deadlines.
The 2018 legislative session begins next week.
Legislative session is the period of time in which the Legislative Assembly is convened for purpose of lawmaking. Regular sessions convene each February and may last 160 days in odd-numbered years and 35 days in even-numbered years.
Today Timber Culture opens in the Capitol Galleria with a presentation at noon. Timber Culture is an exhibit providing an inclusive look at Oregon’s multicultural logging industry. It depicts the lives of loggers and their families drawn together from different cultures during the great migration.
The exhibit comes from the Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center. Executive Director Gwendolyn Trice will be on hand throughout the afternoon to answer questions regarding the inst...allation.
The exhibit runs through February 15 in support of Black History Month.
Did you know? This year marks the 175th anniversary of the historic vote at Champoeg, which formed a provisional government in Oregon.
That moment in time, May 2, 1843, is depicted in the mural located in the House Chambers.
To learn more about it this part of Oregon's history, please check out this page at the Oregon Blue Book: http://sos.oregon.gov/…/constitu…/Pages/before-politics.aspx...
We will also be learning more about this period of time at the Oregon State Birthday Celebration, Saturday, Feb. 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at your capitol!
Did you know?
Oregon became a state on February 14, 1859 but we didn't receive the news in Salem until March 17! That moment in time has been depicted in the mural in our Senate Chambers.
Today, news travels much faster. When our legislators vote on an issue, you can see it immediately if you are in the viewing gallery or watching the proceedings live at www.oregonlegislature.gov.
Did you know?
This year (May 22) marks the 175th anniversary of the Oregon Trail. To celebrate, we have partner organizations who will be bringing the Oregon Trail experience to life at our annual birthday celebration on Saturday, February 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is an open and free event! Be a pioneer and join us!
It seems we are a day late to give a shout out to our troopers at the Oregon State Police. National Law Enforcement Day was yesterday, but we are going to give them a big, heart felt "Thank You!" anyway.
No matter where you are in our great state, day or night, we appreciate the job you do!