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benjamin barber <starworks5@gmail.com>

Brad Avakian Breaks his own rules on video.
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benjamin barber <starworks5@gmail.com>
To: elukens@oregonian.com

Sat, Jul 11, 2015 at 5:19 AM

https://vimeo.com/41052103
see: SCOTUS in Texas v inclusive communities. 
Its not legal to use disparate impact, when it causes disparate treatment, and exceptions have to be narrowly
tailored. Furthermore several oregon laws address this further, making it even more dubious
A cursory look at the National Bureau of National Research, Rand, the Federal Reserve have all indicated the
wage gap is a myth.
I have already been to the US attorneys office, and I'm just trying to finish writing a very long affadavit, which
will likely appear in your paper in short time. I went to them because I dont think that I can trust the present
state leadership, because they have shown a disregard for the law. We now have a strict scrutiny thanks to the
oregon equal rights amendment, and I have a list of about 150 businesses violating the law.
I know I've been a hard ass on you before, but you are right on the money this time.
Action for Trade Discrimination:
http://www.oregonlaws.org/ors/30.860
Aiding and Abetting Discrimination
http://www.oregonlaws.org/ors/659A.406
Discrimination prohibited
http://www.oregonlaws.org/ors/659A.030
Special Services to customers
http://www.oregonlaws.org/ors/646.080
Price Discrimination Prohibited
http://www.oregonlaws.org/ors/646.040
Inducing or receiving price discrimination
http://www.oregonlaws.org/ors/646.090
Lastly, there is a long list of ~150 companies who've been violating these laws, I have been collecting a dossier
on them, in connection with state officials like kitzhaber.
Once political commands are in place, it is easy to manipulate the administrative decision to carry them
out. Agency bosses have, at times, edited government reports to create a favorable “spin” for industry,
suppressed testimony of staff scientists, muzzled technical staff from speaking out to the press, and
even changed technical determinations under permit processes to avoid or delay regulation. The technical

staff and scientists in some agencies work under highly coercive conditions, in which they are forced to
justify decisions against the public interest or risk losing their jobs. In some agencies, the invisible hand
of industry is pervasive, regularly hijacking the process to subvert the environmental protection goals of
the statutes. The problem is not limited to one administration. Institutional rot still taints the Obama
agencies. When an agency is captured by the industry it regulates, the full force of law is regularly
deployed against the public interest, and corruption takes on an institutionalized form. Well­intentioned
government employees in these agencies may fail to see this sinister progression, because it is usually
incremental, and the outward appearance of law doesn’t change at all. Untangling the corruption or other
misuse of office is notoriously difficult. A thick scientific and technical façade usually conceals internal
political drivers.To make matters worse, the judiciary has lost its potency as a check on the
administrative branch. Courts invoke what we call the administrative deference doctrine, which allows
them to give undue weight to agency decisions. Most judges still operate on the simplistic and misguided
assumption that expert agencies are neutral decision­makers faithfully implementing the statutes.
­­ Cylvia Hayes
benjamin barber <starworks5@gmail.com>
To: elukens@oregonian.com

Sat, Jul 11, 2015 at 5:39 AM

https://youtu.be/aFtvUe0E9dY?t=45m
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benjamin barber <starworks5@gmail.com>
To: elukens@oregonian.com

Sat, Jul 11, 2015 at 7:09 AM

Or i could just give you a set of questions that would blow him out of the water if you could get an interview with
him.
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Erik Lukens <elukens@oregonian.com>
To: benjamin barber <starworks5@gmail.com>

thanks
 
Erik Lukens
Editorial and commentary editor
The Oregonian
1500 SW First St.
Portland, OR
(503) 221­8142
 
From: benjamin barber [mailto:starworks5@gmail.com] 
Sent: Saturday, July 11, 2015 7:10 AM
To: Erik Lukens
Subject: Re: Brad Avakian Breaks his own rules on video.
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Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 10:51 AM

benjamin barber <starworks5@gmail.com>
To: Erik Lukens <elukens@oregonian.com>

Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 12:08 PM

You might also want to include the fact that the Oregon ACLU opposed the Oregon Equal Rights Amendement,
in reality because it made alot of these programs illegal, and it took former supreme court justices to tell them
they were wrong,
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