Jason is an alumni of Corban University where he received a bachelor's of science in Criminal Justice and Forensic Psychology. Before coming to the Freedom Foundation, Jason gained a wide variety of experiences from his time working in the Oregon Senate Republican Office, for a private consulting firm, as well as a campaign manager for a successful Oregon House race during the 2018 election cycle. Jason was born and raised in Aumsville, Oregon.
(Salem, OR) – The Freedom Foundation released the following statement regarding Governor Brown’s decision to implement “vaccine passports” in Oregon. …
Since arriving in Oregon five years ago, our team has worked tirelessly to inform government employees of their rights, with the U.S. Supreme Court finally affirming in 2018 what we knew all along — that mandatory union membership in the public workplace is unconstitutional.
One day after a Trump supporter was shot and killed in downtown Portland by a man who claimed to be “100 percent ANTIFA all the way,” Oregon Gov. Kate Brown issued a statement blaming right-wing white supremacists for the bloodshed.
It’s always frustrating to discover there are still political leaders in this country who think of government employee unions in general — and teachers’ unions in particular — as merely a symptom rather than the disease infecting American society.
In the current economic climate, businesses across the country are uncertain of their future —with many governors wielding extra-constitutional “emergency powers” to determine which are essential and which must shutter their doors.
In the past week alone, SEIU 503 has lost another 100 members from its already dwindling ranks among Oregon state employees.
It’s hardly a secret that priorities set by a union’s leaders cannot possibly reflect the beliefs and values of every single member. The question is whether they speak for even a majority.
Originally posted on SPJ.news Oregonians from all walks of life are facing unprecedented economic uncertainty. However, not all hope is …
Government employee unions are nothing if not flexible. With Jennifer Williamson, the odds-on favorite to be Oregon’s next secretary of state, forced to drop out as she deals with an ugly campaign finance scandal, the state’s labor leaders have already anointed a replacement.