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There's a Killer On The Road

April 30, 2012 by


Barky’s held more campaign fundraisers than the last five Presidents, combined. This time around, Barky’s trying to capitalize on the killing of Osama bin Laden; painting an image of himself as glorious Leader, directing the troops, while dismissing the idea that Romney or anyone else would ever have had the guts to take bin Laden […]

Podcast: I Spy Minute – May Day

April 30, 2012 by


May Day has its roots in ancient celebrations dating back to the Celts and Romans. While May Day used to be regularly celebrated just a few decades ago, they’ve almost disappeared. It used to be Puritans shutting down celebrations. Now, it’s the unions? Podcast: I Spy Minute Mon Apr 30 2012

Guest Post: Democrats Pander At United Against War On Women, Salem Oregon

April 30, 2012 by


[5440 note: Submitted by Denise Quinn Nanke, who volunteered to watch the proceedings so none of the rest of us had to.] Saturday, April 28, 2012 Numerous Oregon Democratic candidates for office, union representatives, and assorted professional victims held a rally today on the Capitol steps, accompanied by an American flag, altered to proudly display […]

Ending Oregon's Death Tax

April 30, 2012 by


Imagine this, you work your whole entire life to leave your children a better life than you began with. You hope on leaving a legacy for multiple generations to come, for them to build upon and bring economic viability to the surrounding community. However, when you die in order for your estate to be inherited […]

Our Oregon

April 29, 2012 by


Two great items in the news today: as has been discovered in other states, Oregon’s “Trail” cards, ostensibly given to the poorest of the poor to help them pay for utilities, rent, and food (to the tune of $16 million a month) are being used by some folks to get cash at strip clubs, casinos, and […]

Oregon Republican Party Announces Write In Candidates For Statewide Office

April 28, 2012 by


The Oregon Republican Party has announced an aggressive plan to ensure that a Republican candidate is nominated for the positions of Oregon Attorney General and Treasurer. After formal candidates were not recruited to file to run in the Primary Election, Oregon Republican Party Chairman Allen Alley expressed his strong opposition to allowing a Democrat candidate […]

Trouble Ahead, Trouble Behind

April 28, 2012 by


The good times are drawing to a close for the “green energy” disciples. Subsidies are drying up. Spain, once the most prolific supporter of “green tech” teeters on bankruptcy, and have killed most subsidies as a result. Here in the USA, where wind and solar and light rail and all that got $110 billion between 2009 […]