military en Using The Tax Return To Protest War <p></p><p>There are probably few people who look forward to April 15th.</p><p></p><p>It is, after all, the day when our income tax returns are due.&nbsp;</p><p>But there are people who relish the opportunity to make a statement about where our tax money goes. Wed, 02 Apr 2014 17:10:10 +0000 Geoffrey Riley & Charlotte Duren 10138 at Using The Tax Return To Protest War Military Interest In Sex Assault Program <p></p><p>The very title of Ashland's program for sexual assault victims says a lot: <a href="" target="_blank"><strong>"You Have Options."&nbsp;</strong></a></p><p></p><p>Those options include waiting to decide whether to file charges, which can make a big difference in a victim's well-being.&nbsp; Mon, 30 Dec 2013 18:38:00 +0000 Geoffrey Riley & Charlotte Duren 5338 at Military Interest In Sex Assault Program Veterans Come Home In Redding <p></p><p>The political figures came out recently for the ribbon cutting; now it's time for the veterans to move into the new veterans home in Redding.&nbsp;</p><p></p><p>It took most of a decade to locate and build the facility, eventual home to 150 military veterans.&nbsp; Mon, 04 Nov 2013 20:48:00 +0000 Geoffrey Riley & Charlotte Duren 2399 at Veterans Come Home In Redding Watch Out For Military Markers On The Coast <p>Look out for military marine markers on the Oregon Coast. That is the warning from Oregon State Police. The markers are silver canisters about 18 inches long and 3 inches wide.</p><p>Last week, three of them were found along the Oregon coast.</p><p>State Hazardous Device Technicians say it is not unusual to respond to one a month, but three in a week is very unusual.</p><p>The devices are dropped by military aircraft to mark the location of something floating in the ocean. The trouble is, they contain white phosphorous, which burns in contact with air.</p> Tue, 08 Oct 2013 13:54:13 +0000 Barbara Dellenback 1067 at Considering Syria More Carefully <p>The news about Syria came so fast this week, news organizations struggled to keep up.&nbsp; Just as Congress returned for a likely vote on authorizing military action, Syria showed a willingness to consider putting its chemical weapons under international control, perhaps rendering an American attack moot.&nbsp; We'll get two viewpoints on Syria in this interview--from Arcadia University professor <a href="" target="_blank"><strong>Samer Abboud,</strong></a> who studies politics and the economy in Syria and other countries, and from Veterans for Peace past national president <a href="" target="_top"><strong>Leah Bolger.</strong></a></p><p> Wed, 11 Sep 2013 19:04:52 +0000 Geoffrey Riley & Charlotte Duren 235 at Considering Syria More Carefully