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By NW Spotlight, Oregon’s longest standing independent political conference called Dorchester, an amazing 53 year tradition, is moving from Seaside Oregon to the town at the heart of Oregon politics — Salem. The Conference is happening at the Salem Convention … Continue reading
By Doug Whitsett Note from the author: Oregon’s state government budgets have been in disarray for nearly two decades. Many of the causes seemed evident to me following my first legislative session. The following opinion was part of my 2005 … Continue reading
By Eric Shierman The inauguration of Donald Trump should spur contemplation not celebration among Conservatives. What are the first principles upon which your worldview is built? Do you have a coherent vision of the state’s legitimate role in society? What … Continue reading
By NW Spotlight, Take the “You Be the Trump” challenge by telling us what YOU would do in the first week of the Presidential inauguration.
By Jacob Vandever With the Democratic Party being at a low point in their influence on the national stage, Oregon is in a unique position as one of the few states where Democrats still have a firm grip on the … Continue reading
By Oregon Liberty Allaince, 4th Annual Oregon Freedom Rally sponsored by the Oregon Liberty Alliance. Rally to support fiscal responsibility, life, family values, public safety and religious liberty. Join us and support Freedom at the 2017 Freedom Rally on February … Continue reading
By Reagan Knopp Note from the Editor: On November 2, 1983, President Ronald Reagan signed legislation creating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. This is the text of the speech President Reagan gave at that bill signing. Mrs. King, members of the … Continue reading
By Eric Shierman Just over two years ago Jason Tell, then a regional manager for the Oregon Department of Transportation, warned the SW Corridor Light Rail Project Steering Committee that their work could turn out to be as costly as the … Continue reading
By Taxpayer Association of Oregon – Please email, Facebook, Tweet & share this post. – Below is a list of the many resignations over a short period of time due to either scandals or questionable timings.
By Jacob Vandever This past week Kate Brown was inaugurated as Governor of the State of Oregon. The Governor’s speech which followed her swearing in, if acted upon, could signal some moves in the right direction. By focusing a major … Continue reading
By Taxpayer Association of Oregon It has recently come to our attention that Clatsop County commissioners are preparing to flush $12 million taxpayer dollars down the toilet. In 2016, Linn County initiated a class-action lawsuit against the State of Oregon … Continue reading
By Reagan Knopp Jeanie Lindsay for NW News Network: Lt. Gov.-elect Cyrus Habib is among five statewide elected officials set to take office in Washington next week. He also happens to be blind. On Thursday, Habib tested out a newly-installed … Continue reading
By NW Spotlight PORTLAND, OR. — At his first public appearance since his Oath of Office, Oregon Secretary of State Dennis Richardson will officially welcome newly naturalized citizens and congratulate them on becoming Americans. The ceremony takes place on Friday, … Continue reading