It was Saturday and my friend and I decided to take a walk before settling in to watch the wildcard football playoffs.
Since many of us believe that the Klamath River hydroelectric dams deserve to be saved from destruction, and deserve some improvement for fish passage at those dams, some of us are yet seeking ways for preservation and improvement of those dams.
I try to be a positive guy, especially when it comes to grammar. I believe a rising tide lifts all ships and that there is more than enough good grammar to go around. If you came on my grammar talk show equivalent of “Oprah,” I’d be on stage yelling, “Look under your seats! You get good gram…
While driving home to Rocky Point on Highway 140 on Christmas Eve, I lost control of the vehicle I was driving, slid off the highway and rolled.
Regarding the Jan. 12 letter of Jonathan Chenjeri of Jan 12, "Inflation isn't the problem." Chenjeri is running as a Democratic Socialist of America — Oregonians don’t need more Democrats in Salem and don’t need any socialists. Contrary to Chenjeri’s assertions, inflation fears are not overblown.
March came early this year for President Biden. He came into 2022 like a lion. The danger for him is that he may find himself going out like a lamb.
Oregon’s system of initiative and referendum, which allows the state’s voters to enact legislation on their own or repeal laws passed by the Legislature, is a powerful tool when used in the right way. But is a blunt instrument, too often employed to push complex laws that may come with unint…
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to Georgia Tuesday to push their party’s bill to federalize U.S. election procedures on terms favorable to Democrats. “We are going right to the belly of the beast, or ground zero, for voter suppression, voter subversion and obstr…
Here's to a New Year, welcome to 2022! I read somewhere that someone was a little worried about 2022 being pronounce "20 20 too," but I'm opting to ignore that nonsense and look to brighter days ahead.
Child poverty is bad for the United States. And we’re paying a terrible social and economic cost for allowing it to continue.
Concern over inflation and pandemic spending in Oregon, or Build Back Better, is misguided. Opposing childcare support, rent stability, and climate change mitigation reflect outdated scarcity fears, and obscure the real issue: the misuse of our national wealth. We should pay for these bills …
Nearly two years into this endless pandemic, many of us are being set down for another quarantine — whether by personal choice, employer edict or because of your own medical requirements.