By Oregon State Senator Brian Boquist,
Highlights, excerpts from Sen. Boquist newsletter
— Predicted Oregon COVID hospitalization surge due to Omicron/moronic revised significantly downward.
— Homeschooling predicted to boom long after COVID.
— Oregon is making pandemic decisions unlike most of the rest of the country and it is beginning to show.
— Oregonian Chuck Sams has big plans for national parks.
— National media calls Portland a ‘ghost town’.
— ICYMI: In Oregon in March 2020, when some of the FIRST COVID cases were discovered at a veterans’ retirement facility, hydroxychloroquine paired with azithromycin was used as treatment and all elderly patients (the people most at risk from catching COVID) survived.
— Short-staffed state mental hospital in Salem gets outside consultant help for admitting patients under judges’ orders.
— States are hoarding $5.2 billion in welfare funds even as the need for aid grows.
— Democrats seek to lessen the punishment of drive-by shootings.
— Former British PM says West is sleepwalking into Afghanistan disaster.
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