Don’t Let Politics Ruin Good Things

The cancellation of the The 82nd Avenue of Roses Parade in Portland due to threats from groups who were unhappy that the local Republican organization dared to participate really made me realize how much American society in 2017 allows politics … Continue reading

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The Reshaping of Conservative Media

Bill O’Reilly leaving Fox News marks the end of an era for American conservative media.  For years O’Reilly has been a ratings juggernaut in the world of cable news.  O’Reilly’s departure is saddening to many of his long time fans … Continue reading

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Waiting For Oregon’s Superman

I was born in 1992, meaning that Oregon has not had a single Republican Governor in my lifetime.  It is no secret that one of my greatest aspiration is to have a Republican move into Mahonia hall before I die. … Continue reading

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The Buzzkills in Salem

I often joke with my friends about how whenever the Oregon Legislature goes into session it means your freedoms are at risk until Sine Die. Unfortunately recent events indicate that there are forces at work in the capitol building who … Continue reading

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Paying For Ballot Postage: A Solution In Search of a Problem

Generally speaking, it is really easy to vote in Oregon.  Between Motor Voter and Vote By Mail I would venture to say that voting is probably more accessible here in Oregon than in any other state.  Some folks take issue … Continue reading

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My Experience on Brown’s “Social Action Team”

A few months ago I made the mistake of signing up for Governor Kate Brown’s “Social Action Team” which coincidentally is just her campaign email list.  I like to know what is going on in Oregon politically, so I figured … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Motor Voter

Whether you love it or hate it the Motor Voter program is the new reality in Oregon politics.  So in an effort to better understand the political effects of the program let’s dig into some of the statistics. For those … Continue reading

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