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Gathering of the Eagles: Sept 29, 2018

 

Art is privileged to be one of the speakers at Gathering of the Eagles on September 29.

This is a great event. Pro-life and pro-liberty groups from all over Oregon participate.

Mark your calendar and come if you possibly can.

For more information see below or visit: http://gatheringoftheeagles.com/

10th Annual Celebration of Freedom and Barbecue
Saturday, September 29, 2018
At the Ames’ Ranch
4135 Paradise Hill Drive SE Turner, Oregon 97392

Hosted by
Dr. William Ames Curtright, DBA
Ames Research Laboratories, Inc.
Ames Eagles

Master of Ceremonies
Jeff Kropf
Former State Director of AFP Oregon
Executive Director of the Oregon Capitol Watch Foundation
5th Generation Oregon farmer and talk radio host on AM 1360 KUIK

Please make checks payable to: Ames Eagles
and note “GOE–2018” on the memo line. Mail to:
Ames Eagles, 1891 16th St SE, Salem, OR 97302

Food is provided by Adams Ribs. There may be an additional charge for food. Other dishes like pies and other potluck-style food are welcome.

Tickets
Adult Rate: $35.00 Student Rate: $25.00
Family Rate: $75.00 for husband, wife and children
Senior Citizen Rate: $25.00 each or $40.00 per couple.
Veterans and Active Duty Military: FREE
Pastor, including Family: FREE
Children: FREE
(A supervised, children’s play area is available).
Volunteers & Booth Staff & Spouses: FREE

Questions?
Call 503-930-9373 / 971-707-2772
or Email ameseagles@gmail.com

Gathering of the Eagles is an annual educational, family-friendly, patriotic picnic/party hosted by Ames Research Laboratories, Inc., Ames Eagles, Dr. William Ames and Dama Curtright. This event gathers business leaders, elected officials, conservative grassroots organizations and concerned individuals for the purpose of exchanging ideas to promote smaller government and lower taxes in Oregon.

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How to Put Real People in the U.S. Congress

By Art Robinson, Ph.D.

Most congressional candidates are now busily telling voters what they will do if they win a seat in Congress, or retain the seat they already occupy.

Our nation’s founders intended that Congress would have relatively little to do. Respected members of their communities were selected to serve as public servants for brief terms as caretakers of our Constitutional republic. Each member is constrained by oath to follow our Constitution, which merely instructs these members to protect our lives, liberty and property from all threats – primarily threats from foreign invaders and from our government itself.

Congress has come a long way since then.

In continual violation of their oaths, members of Congress have arrogated to themselves almost total control of every aspect of our lives – a control they grudgingly share with the executive and judicial governmental branches and enforce through a vast complex of bureaucratic apparatchiks.

Former U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, who while in office rigorously adhered to the Constitution, earned the nickname “Dr. No” because he so routinely voted against unconstitutional actions by the U.S. Congress.

And the American people have been taught that they live in a “democracy” wherein they are entitled to vote away the lives, liberty and property of their neighbors if they can get 51 percent of the vote. The original idea was that congressmen would be elected by majority votes – not that the freedoms of Americans would be determined by such votes. The founders were very clear about this difference.

Our freedoms are God-given. Congress has no just authority to change this.

So, in 2018 what should we do? Grumble as we scurry about beneath the feet of our masters? Join the system and seek congressional preference for ourselves? Or vote for principled members of Congress in the hope that our fellow Americans will do this too, and that a majority of the members will return our freedoms to us?

Most grassroots Americans are trying to do all three of these things simultaneously. And since our current members of Congress arise from these grassroots, I am optimistic that many, perhaps even a majority, would like to return to our Constitution, too.

In the meantime, most Congressmen would probably like to exercise their current power with wisdom. But wisdom must be coupled with knowledge, and few if any members of Congress possess the knowledge to cast wise votes on the myriad issues now before them. Even if a member did have that knowledge, that member has only 1 vote out of 435 in the House, or 1 vote out of 100 in the Senate. Each is a bit player in a vast enterprise. Is there a way to do more?

I believe there is.

Each congressional office has desks for about eight or so political staffers. These staffers are busy making the member feel important, advising him on voting for the special interests that keep the member in office, and interfacing with the public. Mostly they are aspiring politicos working their way up the ladders in the Washington swamp. Each effectively has the powers of a member of Congress, except for the power to vote.

Within the Capitol building the staffers can speak to and write to everyone else, hold meetings in the many conference rooms and participate in all the many interpersonal activities within the building, except speaking and voting on the floors of the House and Senate. The staffers, to a very significant extent, affect the actions of Congress. And importantly, they exercise very great control on the level of knowledge in the Capitol building.

If elected to Congress, I would replace the political staffers in the Oregon office with real people. In this way, our office could have a much greater influence on wisdom in the Congress.

Consider, for example, MIT’s atmospheric physicist Richard Lindzen, who is one of our nation’s greatest scientific authorities on the issue of human-caused global warming. An eminent scientist, Professor Lindzen is also an articulate public writer and speaker. Ordinarily, he is allowed to speak for 30 minutes or so to a congressional committee every couple of years. The idea is that the exalted members turn their ears occasionally toward Professor Lindzen – very occasionally.

What do you suppose would happen to congressional knowledge on this issue if Dick Lindzen were to occupy one of those eight desks in my office for several months, with the full powers of a congressional staffer? I guarantee the level of congressional knowledge on this issue would increase a hundredfold.

I told Dick Lindzen that if I win a seat in Congress, he has lost his vacation. In reply, he sent us a campaign contribution.

Another example arises from the great importance of the timber industry in Oregon District 4, which has the finest stands of Douglas fir in the world – but is prevented from using this resource by unwise decisions made by the U.S. Congress.

Therefore, the desk next to Dick Lindzen’s should be occupied, on a rotating basis, by a sawmill owner, a log mill sawyer, a log truck driver and a timber faller. When that timber faller throws one of those long Oregon chain saws over his shoulder and walks down the halls in Congress, they will never forget it. And, his seminar on work in Oregon forests – across the hall the next day in the Capitol building – will have standing room only. He will speak in the language and dialect of his working people. I guarantee that the denizens of Congress will learn this language!

That timber faller will be there day after day. Each day he will sally forth from that desk spreading needed knowledge about Oregon forests throughout the Capitol building.

We’ll need an education desk, too, occupied by real teachers. And an energy desk for the men and women who actually build and operate, with their own hands, America’s energy technology. And a border-control desk with people who actually personally protect our borders.

Should Wall Street have a desk and the bankers who flood our nation with fiat money and debt? Yes, they should – right beside the desk with experts on honest money as specified in our Constitution and the virtues of a debt-free nation.

That’s seven desks already, and we still need one for merchants from the main streets of Oregon District 4’s towns and cities – the entrepreneurs who struggle to do our nation’s business under the yoke of runaway taxation and regulation that wears them down and costs our communities millions of real jobs.

Perhaps we can squeeze in ten desks, but the list of real Americans includes a great multitude of specialties that have arisen in a nation of free people, but who are now suffering from the diminution of their freedom. We rotate as many of these as we can through several-month tenures within the two-year term. Who knows if a member who does this will see a second term? Who cares? We could do a lot for our nation with a program like this in just two years.

Put real people in the Capitol building! If we do, the members themselves will gradually realize that they, too, can be real people, and our nation will be better off.


Arthur Robinson, Ph.D., is a research professor of chemistry and co-founder of the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine. After co-founding the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine with Linus Pauling in 1973, Robinson, his wife, chemist Laurelee Robinson, physicist Martin Kamen, and later joined by Nobel-winning biochemist R. Bruce Merrifield, cofounded the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine in 1981. Robinson has also directed the Petition Project, which has obtained the support and signatures of more than 31,000 American scientists for a petition opposed – entirely on scientific grounds published in peer-reviewed journals – to the hypothesis of “human-caused global warming.”

Robinson is currently running for U.S. Congress in District 4 of Oregon. He has been nominated by District 4 Republicans to run for this position in 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016, and 2018. He has also received the nominations of the Constitution and Independent Parties for this position and has served as state chairman of the Oregon Republican Party.

 Originally Published at WND.com.

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Voters’ Pamphlet Statement


US Representative, 4th District
Arthur B Robinson
Republican

Occupation: Scientist; Educator; Businessman

Occupational Background: Faculty, UC San Diego; President, Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine

Educational Background: Caltech BS; UC San Diego PhD

Prior Governmental Experience: No government office.

Our nation and our people must prosper!

We must lift the dead hand of government off the backs of our people, so that the liberty, freedom, justice, and equality of opportunity of all Americans are assured. To do this, we should replace career politicians, who place their own self interests above the interests of the American people.

  • American Security

We must protect the lives of all Americans, born and unborn, through legislation that is pro-life and pro-Second Amendment.

We must secure our borders and end illegal immigration.

  • Fiscal Responsibility

We must balance the federal budget to assure that our financial obligations to social security, national defense, and other contractual commitments can be paid.

  • Justice for All

We must end unconstitutional corporatism so that American businesses compete in the marketplace, rather than in buying favors from politicians, and we must assure that all Americans, those in the highest positions and those who are the least fortunate, are treated equally before the law.

  • Keep our National Contract and Heritage

We must rigorously follow the rules of our Constitutional Republic. No governmental action should be taken that violates the Constitution.

  • Defend our Nation

The strength of our military must be maintained at the highest level, both by adequate investment and by avoiding involvement in unnecessary foreign adventures.

  • Education

Our schools should be under the control of our parents, teachers, and local communities.

  • Liberty and Common Law

Each of us should do all that we have agreed to do, and we should not encroach on other persons or their property. Our government should serve as a just referee of our adherence to this common law.

www.ArtForCongress.com

(This information furnished by Art Robinson for Congress.)

Sept. 22, 2018 – Art speaks at Patriot Place in Florence

Dr. Art Robinson PhD speaks at Patriot Place in Florence, Oregon between 2 and 4 pm on Saturday, September 22nd.

Tturning #CD4RED

Florence Liberty Alliance

THREE NOTABLE SPEAKERS IN FLORENCE

Is the Oregon Coast a Linchpin for Economic Development? How Do We Win on a Democratic Playing Field?
Saturday, Sept. 22, 2:00 PM 4:00 PM at Patriot Place

Teri Grier, candidate for Oregon House of Representatives, will represent the legislative process and Bettina Hannigan, Executive Director of the Florence Chamber of Commerce will represent the interests of Oregon coastal businesses, as they discuss the key elements of success for the Oregon coast and the opportunities and threats due to proposed legislation like Cap and Trade.

NEXT

Dr. Art Robinson, candidate for US House of Representatives, will share his experience and observations of how the political process works, or doesn’t work in Coastal Oregon. How we are “Fighting to preserve our Constitutional Republic on a Democratic Playing Field.”

Public is invited, snacks provided.
Patriot Place is located at 175 Nopal in Florence
Questions call (509)540-4880

Heart Attack and Cancer Patterns Detected in Urine before Diagnosis

Robinson laboratory discovers urinary metabolic profiles diagnostic of heart attacks and cancer, before symptoms are evident. Research published in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, September 2017. Available at: http://www.jpands.org/vol22no3/robinson.pdf

Who is Art Robinson?

Born March 24, 1942 to Zelma Robinson and Edward H. Robinson. Graduated from Lamar High School in Houston, Texas, 1959.

BS in chemistry, California Institute of Technology, 1963. President of freshman and sophomore classes at Caltech, Secretary of student body, and President of Dabney House. Undergraduate research under Jerome Vinograd and then employed by Linus Pauling to supervise Pauling’s undergraduate research students. Undergraduate research published as Robinson, A. B., Manly, K. F., Anthony, M.P., Catchpool, J. F., and Pauling, L. Science 149, pp 1255-1258 (1965).

PhD in chemistry, University of California at San Diego, 1968, under the direction of Martin D. Kamen, discoverer of Carbon 14. Carried out part of PhD work under R. Bruce Merrifield at Rockefeller University. PhD thesis on the synthesis and characterization of cytochrome-related molecules, original contributions to solid-phase peptide synthesis, and related experimental work.

Assistant Professor, University of California at San Diego, 1968-1972, beginning immediately upon completion of PhD. Taught freshman chemistry and graduate level course in physical chemistry. Directed undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students and technicians in research on the deamidation of peptides and proteins and also directed Linus Pauling’s experimental research group in nutrition and preventive medicine.

Research Associate, Stanford University 1970-1972, directed undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate research on metabolic profiling (metabolomics). Also, carried out theoretical research with Linus Pauling on the structure of atomic nuclei.

President, Research Director, and co-founder of Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine, 1973-1978. Directed graduate students, postgraduates, and technicians in experimental work on nutrition and preventive medicine and metabolic profiling.

President and Research Director of Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine, 1980-present. Research emphasis is metabolic profiling, deamidation of peptides and proteins, and nutrition and preventive medicine. Deamidation research summarized in book, Molecular Clocks: Deamidation of Asparaginyl and Glutaminyl Residues in Peptides and Proteins by Noah E. Robinson and Arthur B. Robinson.

Extensive work on civilian nuclear weapons defense, 1985-1991, with Conrad Chester, director of civil defense research at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and with the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Organized an 8,000 member civil defense advocacy group, built extensive educational nuclear defense equipment for FEMA, and published materials circulated by FEMA to emergency responders.

Writer and publisher of newsletter Access to Energy, a nuclear energy advocacy publication originated and written by Petr Beckman 1973 to 1993 and, after Petr Beckman’s death, written by Art Robinson 1994 to present. Access to Energy also covers other scientific subjects of special public interest, including especially all forms of energy generation and climate and environmental issues.

Chairman of Oregon Republican Party, 2013-2014, and Republican candidate for U.S. Congress in Oregon District 4 in 2010, 2012, 2014, and 2016.

Married to Laurelee Robinson, mother and research chemist, 1971-1988. Laurelee died in 1988, when their children were 12, 10, 8, 6, 6, and 1.5 years old. Art raised and homeschooled their family and did not re-marry. Art Robinson’s children are:

Zachary Robinson, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University.
Noah Robinson, PhD Chemistry, California Institute of Technology.
Arynne Robinson, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University
Joshua Robinson, PhD Nuclear Engineering, Oregon State University
Bethany Jepsen, MS Nuclear Engineering, Oregon State University
Matthew Robinson, PhD Nuclear Engineering, Oregon State University

In addition to their professional work, the Robinson children market a K-12 educational curriculum now used for homeschooling and as a supplement to public schooling by approximately 60,000 students.

Art Robinson has published numerous research papers in scientific journals including the Proceedings of the U. S. National Academy of Sciences, Science, Nature, Mechanisms of Aging and Development, and other professional journals and three books, and has also written for news publications such as The Wall Street Journal. He is best known scientifically for his origination of and work in metabolic profiling and amide molecular clocks in peptides and proteins.

His political work is summarized in the book Common Sense in 2012 by Art Robinson. He also directed the Petition Project concerning the hypothesis of human-caused global warming. Six exemplary personal recommendations published with Common Sense in 2012 include:

“Dr. Robinson is one of the most gifted scientists I have ever met.” – Martin Kamen – Fermi Prize and Discoverer of Carbon 14.

“Dr. Robinson is known to me as a careful, competent, and well-informed scientist” – Edward Teller – Defense Scientist

“Arthur Robinson has the respect of a very significant portion of the scientific community.” – Frederic Seitz – Former President of the U. S. National Academy of Sciences

“I strongly endorse Art Robinson for election to the U.S. Congress. In the 15 years I have known Art, I have found him to be an outstanding scientist, a man of uncompromising integrity. Art’s depth of knowledge of the economic, scientific, energy, and industrial challenges that face our nation is unparalleled. Men of his ability are urgently needed in Washington.” – Steve Forbes – Publisher and Entrepreneur

“In my experience with space flight, I have come to know many men of excellence. Art Robinson is the best can-do guy I know. He’s what we need in Washington, and I think Oregon voters should elect Art Robinson. He’s a treasure.” – Scott Carpenter – Mercury Astronaut

Art Robinson’s philosophy is that the government is far too intrusive in our lives. He understands we have to stop the spending in Washington, the growth of the national debt, and allow the Constitution to function. I strongly recommend the 4th congressional district of Oregon put Art Robinson in the Congress of the United States”. – Harrison Schmitt – Apollo Astronaut and former U. S. Senator