Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas visited the University of Portland on Thursday September 19th, 2013

A townhall style discussion was held at the University of Portland's Chiles Center on Thursday September 19th 2013, with U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas and UP political science professors Gary Malecha and William Curtis. The professors and several students asked questions to Thomas while an audience of 1,200 people listened intently.

Justice Thomas stated he came from humble beginnings and relayed a childhood of adversity living in Georgia in the 1950's & 60's and the daily positive message and insisting that "we were equal" from Irish Catholic nun teachers during elementary school. He relayed stories of growing up in the South and the turbulence of the 1960's, the Civil Rights era and remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. being assassinated and how that event affected him, and being kicked out of the home by his grandfather after quitting the seminary.

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Actor Joseph Phillips speaks at Portland State University on Friday October 25th, 2013

Actor Joseph Phillips gave the speech "Race in America" at PSU College Republicans/Young Conservative of Oregon on Friday October 25th, 2013. Joseph's speech was about how the African American community conducts itself, the hyper sensitivity of anything that could be construed as racism or a racist act. He discussed and gave suggestions as to how Republicans can be more aware of that sensitivity, be more aware of what is going on in the African American community and how to conduct themselves regarding race relations and their needs. He elaborated on the psychology that the African American community has a strong "survival" instinct and is always on guard to what might threaten their survival as a community, and racism or racist acts are perceived as threats to their survival. The same is felt when there are discussions of welfare reform or attempts to reduce waste, fraud or abuse in the different welfare programs. Rather insightful.

You may know Joseph from his regular acting appearances on The Cosby Show and General Hospital and guest appearances on other TV shows, and he has been in several movies. He occasionally travels the US and speaks on college campuses and foundations and has also taught acting workshops. Mr. Phillips had a weekly column "The Way I see It" for 8 years that appeared in over 30 publications across the country and was a regular on a few radio shows. Joseph has also been on several Republican steering committees and boards of directors. He is also a small business owner of Daddy J's WingShack in Encino California. Being a black conservative in hollywood/los angeles is no easy task, but he stays true to his principals and values. Joseph is married and has 3 children.
josephcphillips.com
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Joseph-C-Phillips/43029507373
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https://www.facebook.com/pages/Daddy-Js-WingShack/251905991557030

We thank these two organizations for inviting Joseph to portland to give his speech and insights.

Portland State College Republicans
https://www.facebook.com/PortlandStateCRs

Young Conservatives of Oregon
https://www.facebook.com/YoungConservativesofOregon

 

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Oregon City Peace Officer Robert Libke Fund

Officer Robert Libke Fundoregon city police office Robert Libke Fund

Those wishing to donate to assist Oregon City Officer Robert Libke and his family can do so as follows:

  • Stop at any branch of Clackamas Federal Credit Union. Donations are to the Clackamas County Peace Officers' Benevolent Foundation into the Officer Robert Libke Fund.
  • Mail a donation to the Clackamas County Peace Officers' Benevolent Foundation at PO Box 426, Oregon City, OR 97045. Make checks payable to the CCPOBF and put Officer Robert Libke Fund on the memo line.

Any cards or notes with best wishes will be forwarded to the family.

 

 

clackamas county peace officers benevolent foundationThe Clackamas County Peace Officers' Benevolent Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit.

www.CCPOBF.org

1-971-678-6055

 

 

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Help A Young Republican If You Can

One of our young Republicans (and Multco PCP) was among the top 5% of several thousand applicants for an internship at the CATO Institute. The institute has now invited Cheldon Chriestenson, along with the rest of that elite group, to Washington D.C. this coming Thursday, Friday and Saturday for training in becoming effective voices for conservatism in their home states.

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Latest News

Welcome to the newly updated home of the Multnomah County Republican Party! On behalf of the Executive Committee, I'd like invite you to kick the tires on our brand new website. You can sign up for email alerts, connect with us on social media, check out the latest news and find out how to get involved. You can also recommend our page to your friends who want to learn more and get involved! We're very excited about the Action Center you see to the right of the page - there are TONS of ways to get involved.

We want to hear from you, so please feel free to let us know how we're doing.

The more people we can get involved, the harder we can push back against the Deep Blue forces that run the Portland political machine. As we discovered in the 2010 Gubernatorial Race, Multnomah County holds the key to power for all of Oregon. Our charge as the GOP in Oregon's most populous county is to activate and motivate our volunteers to re-balance the power in Salem. It is the job of all Republicans to remind voters that a vibrant two-party system is the heartbeat of the American checks-and-balances form of government.

Thank you for everything you do for your Multnomah County Republican Party.

Chairman Jeff Reynolds

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Our Brand New Website!

Brand new website, social media tools, and opportunities to get involved. Sign up today at www.multnomahgop.org! #orcot #orpol

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