Category Archives: Oregon/Portland Politics

Against The Wind

As expected, Oregon elected Retread to the governorship once again. Corruption and incompetence don’t matter here, as long as it’s done by a Democratic. The sole surprise was that much-maligned Republican Dennis Richardson, anticipated by The Oregonian and others to … Continue reading

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Oregon Governor Falsified Ethics Document

His First Squeeze isn’t the only one of this pair with ethics issues. He gave the recently-admitted felon an office in the state capital, from which it appears that she conducted her “green energy” consulting business, using her title of … Continue reading

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A scandal a day…

Gosh, last week, the story on the First Squeeze was that she’d been using her orifice in Salem and her connection to gov. Retread as First Squeeze and Energy Advisor to wangle contracts worth tens of thousands of dollars from … Continue reading

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Oregon Governor Campaigns

Oregon governor John Kids-hobbler is up against a relatively strong but inherently evil Republican in the coming election, and the Democratic really needs something to distract attention from the exploding cigars that have peppered his term in orifice: the hundreds … Continue reading

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How Pornland Rolls

A senior Portland fire official is under investigation for telling a downtown sex club the city would look the other way if it violated fire safety laws. In late June, Portland Fire & Rescue denied a permit to Ron Jeremy’s Club Sesso for an … Continue reading

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Gas Up!

Oregon’s running another test of a per-mile tax to replace gas taxes at the pump. At least, they will be, when they get 5,000 volunteers signed up. The state is starting to sign up volunteers for the program, including Friedman, … Continue reading

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Let The Bed-Wetting Resume

The 9th U.S. Circus Court of Appeals on Tuesday dismissed a case challenging the U.S. Coast Guard’s approval of LNG shipping on the Columbia River, marking the second time in two weeks that Clatsop County preservationists fighting a proposed LNG … Continue reading

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Oregon: Campaign Ads Resume

Opponents of a ballot measure that would overturn legislation intended to allow illegal aliens to hold “driver cards” are kicking off their campaign with ads featuring illegals describing how much nicer their lives would be if they could just get … Continue reading

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Fargin’ War In Clatsop County, Oregon

Time to up your investment in a popcorn company! The U.S. DOE has  authorized a LNG terminal near the mouth of the Columbia River at Warrenton, and the transplants are livid. The DOE has the authority to authorize exports of … Continue reading

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Union News And Legal Blues

International Association of Fire Fighters and AARP have filed briefs in support of public retirees in the ongoing dispute over the cutting of cost-of-living adjustments for current retirees; a case now before Oregon Supreme Court. The AARP and the International Association of … Continue reading

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