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Dr. Ellis is the principal of Ellis & Associates, LLC, a writers group in Portland OR, a nominee for a Pulitzer Prize in history in 2004 (The Moving Appeal), and a former journalism professor at Louisiana's McNeese State University and Oregon State University. She is a member of the South Side DFA MeetUp Group of Portland and a member of the Portland 9/11 Legislative Alliance.

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Saturday, October 18, 2008 (12 comments)     

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8 House Members View Draft Bill on Independent Science/Tech Probe of WTC 1, 2, 7 Collapses A draft bill setting up an independent science and technology investigation into the destruction of World Trade Center 1, 2, and 7 was presented Sept. 16-17 by three Scholars for 9/11 Truth Alliance to 8 House members in Washington D.C.-and the director and staff of the house Science and Technology committee.

Friday, December 19, 2014 (2 comments)     

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Solar Desalination: Surviving Water's Coming Armageddon Amid news about species extinction in the U.N.'s recent IPCC report and failure of Lima's conference to agree to tough climate rules, drinking-water shortages are getting worse. One solution ordinary folk can use is solar desalination--backyard boxes or a still. They're cheap, and they yield drinking water for households.

Wednesday, May 29, 2013 (11 comments)     

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Shakespeare Didn't Need College Algebra This article is an excerpt from Barbara G. Lenmark's new book Shakespeare Didn't Need College Algebra. Aside from explaining why liberal-arts majors should be able to waive the required math course for a BA degree, it contains new methods that non-math students can use to master the main processes in that killer class and its prerequisites.

Saturday, May 26, 2007 (6 comments)     

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Hit Those Democratic Betrayers on HR 2206 Where They Live What the public can do to the Congressional Democrats who voted Bush a blank cheque to continue the Iraq war