Published on Sunday, January 03, 2016 by Common Dreams by Deirdre Fulton, staff writer After members of a rightwing militia—many armed with assault rifles—seized the headquarters of a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon on Saturday afternoon, observers questioned the corporate media’s treatment of the event, pointing to a double standard in coverage compared to other recent protests. The Oregonian […]
Citing the State Elections Office, The Oregonian is reporting that unaffiliated voter registrations are outpacing the GOP and Democratic registrations by more than double. More than 7,600 voters chose to be non-affiliated compared to 2,600 new Democrats and 800 new Republicans. Oregon’s latest voter registration totals Political Party Registered voters Share of electorate Democratic 820,859 […]
Frankly, I am stunned and amazed by the premature and inappropriate endorsement of the Jordan Cove LNG export terminal proposal on Coos Bay by the Oregonian Editorial Board.
Jordan Cove withdraws permit application for South Dunes Power Plant
the next time The Oregonian wants to discuss Coos County it might be better if they just don’t.
The discovery, announced last week, immediately re-ignited a fierce argument about the safety and wisdom of genetically tweaking American crops.
Japan, the biggest importer of soft white wheat grown in Oregon and Washington, postponed a 25,000-ton order from a Portland grain shipper Thursday,
Portland Mayor fired back at the city auditor on Wednesday after she questioned the ramifications of eliminating the city’s chief financial officer position, only to receive far more pointed response in return.
If there’s a poster issue for Oregon Republicans, shrinking the state’s public pension system is it.
Every year, Oregon ties its K-12 schools to the train tracks and then unties them six or eight months later.