We can thank Measures 66 & 67 for this year’s plumment in our state’s business climate.
From the Oregon House Republicans:
“In Chief Executive’s annual survey of best and worst states for business, conducted in late January of this year, 651 CEOs across the U.S. again gave Texas top honors, closely followed by North Carolina, [...]
Ignoring all attempts to be diplomatic, let’s face the truth: Russia has been the greatest hurdle for humanitarian actors in Syria. The humanitarian situation in Syria is dire, and getting humanitarian aid into the Middle Eastern country is anything but simple. What if Russia wasn’t a hurdle but actually a helpful actor? My op-ed […]
1) The UN Security Council plans to meet regarding the escalating situation between Israel and Palestine. Since the offensive began, 750 of Israel’s targets have been hit. At least 50 people are dead. Palestinians have launched more than 160 missiles (upgraded and with farther reach than we’ve seen before) at Isreal, though most have been […]
1) Terrorists from the group Al Shabaab took over Somalia’s Presidential Palace yesterday and numerous government offices. The President was not in the building at the time. Guards were able to take back the palace, killing the 5 militants. At least 16 others were killed. Al Shabaab has increased violence during the holy month […]
Iran is continuing work on a long-range ballistic missile that could be flight-tested by next year despite the latest Pentagon report to Congress on Tehran’s military that omitted earlier references to the looming ICBM threat.
The majority of Palestinians injured or killed by Israeli airstrikes were warned in advance by Israel that an attack was coming, providing further evidence that the terror group Hamas is intentionally urging citizens to ignore these warnings in a bid to inflate the body count, according to the United Nations.