by James M. Branum - since 1995

Month: October 2005

What a trip

  Well I’ll be departing Portland tomorrow around 5, but thus far the trip has been pretty good. The NLG conference was a mixed bag (something I’ll have to talk about more down the road), but Portland itself has been an absolute joy on the bike (I got in 22 miles today, riding to the […]

I love Portland

  but I don’t think I would want to live here… way too much rain. But while I’m sitting at the Hostel checking my email, here’s my list of 10 things I dig about Portland… 1. The girls have cute accents. 2. People are really nice here (unlike how it was in San Francisco), and […]

Heading for Portland

  Well I’ll be heading out in a few hours for Portland. My departure from OKC is at 10:30 p.m., and after a changeover in Las Vegas, I arrive in Portland at 2 a.m.-ish. I am hoping to do some blogging while in Portland but don’t know much I’ll get to do. We’ll see I […]

Don’t say we didn’t warn you

  As lottery fever is infecting everyone and their monkey these days, I thought it was appropriate to remind y’all that the Oklahoma Green Party continues to be the only Oklahoma political party that has the guts (and a heart and brain) to oppose the Oklahoma Lottery. Here’s what we said last October about it: […]

Resolution on IRV & Third Party concerns to be heard at this weekend’s NLG national convention Resolutions and candidate statements for the 2005 NLG National Convention (PDF file) One particular resolution under consideration by the National Lawyers Guild this weekend in Portland really excites me, particularly as Green Party member see the nation’s leading radical/progressive law association consider a move like this (particularly with the language that says “WHEREAS […] © 2015 Frontier Theme