He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it. – Martin Luther King Scott Cooper wanted to add three board members to KJAJ, all of whom were connected to AYA. Given Travis Hayer now worked for AYA the KJAJ board was already comprised of 30% AYA representatives. This was a huge […]
As I mentioned earlier it is my opinion board members Scott Cooper and Travis Hayer ultimately destroyed the organization, but I should first acknowledge that during the crunch time it was Scott who got permission for us to erect the tower. Then Travis took the reins and worked with the volunteers to erect the tower, […]
Act One – The Beginning If you are unaware of Coos Community Radio which operates at 98.1 FM, you aren’t alone. Sadly, with the exception of Democracy Now and Economic Update, (both programs I brought to the station), and thanks to its current management Travis Hayer and Darlene Elliott, you also aren’t missing anything. In […]
Al Pettit is running a write-in campaign for Coos Bay City Council and The World has given him a leg up with a nice story all about his transformation from IT to motorcycle salesman. The paper includes a quote from Eric Farm. ““Al has strong analytic abilities and is able to sort and get to […]
It’s just five weeks off! The first candidate forum put on by and for the people of Coos County, (sometimes known affectionately, or not, as Yahoos), will be held at the Coquille Community Center. Commissioner John Sweet and challenger Don Gurney will answer questions from the audience. David Jennings will be moderating.
The Oregonian, in its second of a series of articles about the proposed Jordan Cove LNG export terminal, exposes more about the nature of the divide between the proponents and opponents of the project. The author, Ted Sickinger, does a great job of sharing both sides of the story and quotes many familiar names. Timm […]
“Why is Boston the only major city with an LNG terminal? Because no one else wants one…rather than fostering economic growth in this area, the LNG plant is likely to discourage it, because of its false promises and its many drawbacks.