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Update to yesterday’s reports that there is a coordinated “Ballot Pickup” effort in the mid-Willamette Valley.
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Ok, so I’ve laid out just a little bit of background information.
Now to the big news of Election Season, 2010. It appears that the national, c [...]
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So, look. I know this is a controversial subject. Those in New Jersey, Illinois, Louisiana and Nevada will get all competitive. Californians will wo [...]
The Zero thinks we’re “lying low”. They ain’t seen nothin’ yet!
From the Oregonian:
The Oregon Tea Party is celebrating its official formation as a federal Political Action Committee at a kick-off event this Saturday, just two days before voters head to the polls.
Oregon’s version of the national movement [...]
Randi Kainz, Deborah Gerritzen, and Rosie Gagnon
Obama was in Portland yesterday to stump for Kitzhaber in his gubernatorial campaign, and Americans For Prosperity and the Oregon Tea Party were there to greet him. Obama’s appearance has been the “kiss of death” for other Democrat candidates, so there’s reason to hope [...]
I wrote a fun little top 10 list over at PIE last week. It is a list of stupid political moments in the past year almost as ridiculous as the indictment charges against Rick Perry. Go check it out. Photo by eschipul
This piece was originally written for the former conservative youth blogging and news site, Resist44 on June 21, 2012. Yesterday afternoon, word reached the U. S. news sources that Hosni Mubarak, former President of Egypt, had a stroke and was then pronounced clinically dead. Not more than an hour later, conflicting reports began coming in […]
Augustus is the greatest ancient Roman leader. He ended decades of civil strife, brought order to a vast empire stretching from the coast of Normandy to the Nile Delta, and created the quasi-monarchy that lasted two centuries and gave Rome its most successful and stable years. And yet, Augustus remains something of an enigma. The general public realizes he i
Paul Krugman argues that housing costs, not taxes, are what is drawing people to Georgia and Texas and away from California and New York. He’s partly right, but he’s mostly wrong. What he fails to see is that the same impulse that attempts to control land uses in California, making housing expensive, also makes unduly […]
Utah Transit Authority executives are overcompensated, the agency has underfunded its high rail maintenance costs, its bus service has suffered due to financial constraints, concludes the Utah State Legislative Auditor. Moreover, as reported in the Salt Lake Tribune, the agency’s fare structure makes the poor subsidize the rich, which the agency has signed c
Planners predicted that Norfolk’s Tide light-rail line, which opened in 2011 60 percent over budget and 16 months behind schedule, would stimulate economic development along its route. But little development is taking place, so the Virginian Pilot has come up with a grand idea: reduce fares by two thirds. That, the paper’s editorial writers guesstimate, […]