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Conservative or Lib?

June 12, 2014

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Where you choose to live says a lot about you. Seventy-seven percent of “consistently liberal” adults went with what sounded like the urban milieu: the dense neighborhood, the compact home, the “walkability.” Fully seventy-five percent of “consistently conservative” adults went with the polar opposite. Suburbs, however, seem to contain an almost identical ratio of liberals and conservatives […]

Brilliant!

April 20, 2014

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It was only a matter of time. Drones outfitted with infrared cameras are being used – not by cops (yet), but by extortionists – to locate grow-ops. Once found, they move in for their cut of the profits.

Give It Up, Legacy Media

April 19, 2013

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A good working definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over, always expecting a different result. By that definition, the American legacy media are collectively nuts. Note to legacy media: it may be about time to consider shutting the hell up. Let’s face it – you’ve never been right; you’ve been drooling […]

The Greening Of Portland

March 10, 2013

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About a year and a half ago, then Portland mayor Sammy Adams and his cohorts on the Portland City Council decreed a radical, “green” approach to waste disposal: they sent little plastic slop buckets (made in Canada, naturally) out to virtually every house in the city, and cut garbage pickups to twice a month – […]

Caught In Lie, Oregon State Senator Plays For Sympathy

March 5, 2013

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She stands against “intimidation” – when it suits her. Democrat State Senator Ginny Burdick, an inveterate gun-grabber and author of several efforts to relieve Oregonians of the burdens imposed by their Constitutional rights, was to hold a “town hall” meeting at Portland State University last night, but at the last minute cancelled the event, citing “scheduling […]

Environmental Nazis

December 30, 2012

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You may recall that Environmental Protection Agency head Lisa Jackson submitted her resignation within two weeks of announcement that investigation had begun into illegal use of “alias” email addresses for agency correspondence among Lisa, various subordinates, and extragovernmental organizations. At about the same time, I noted that it’s fairly likely that another investigation will be opened on another front […]

The New World Wars

December 28, 2012

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Forget The Bionic Man, and don’t be worrying about anthrax. The future of warfare is evolutionary, and it’s a lot closer than you’d think – if, indeed, it hasn’t already begun: The most realistic future biomods apocalypse is one in which a hostile foreign government or terror group finds ways to subtly change a lot of people. […]