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Havana, Oregon

American Flag

By Art Hyland

Step into a local city hall meeting in what looks like an ordinary Oregon city, and you might witness anti-America on parade.

Our own Bruce Harmon who works behind the scenes for this magazine, lives in one of the many Oregon cities prefaced by “The People’s

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2012: The Progressive Elite vs. the American Hard Hat       

gas pump

By Larry Leonard

April 21, 2012 — You have been fed a load of crap. It comes to you in two types. The first is in the form of a lie. Something is this, and the liars tell you that it is that. The second type of lie is more subtle,

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Polar Bears Have No Worries: A Genius Discusses Global Warming

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by Art Hyland

Burt Rutan, born in 1943 in Portland, Oregon, is an aeronautical engineer, but a supreme general engineer first of all. Which means he thinks about everything that comes his way by analyzing its function, design, flaws and value, free of any predetermined conclusion. His fact-based effort to investigate

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Market Prices: Obama to the Rescue

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By Art Hyland

“…it will be interesting to see if actions taken by this administration against those speculators lowering natural gas prices will be as effective as those against speculators raising oil and gasoline prices.”

April 17. Our young fairness-oriented president is coming to the rescue of

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Mixing politics with a vacuum, NASA: A Global Warning

Lenin

By Larry Leonard

“So, Joe McCarthy was right, after all. Starting in Hollywood and sliming in a northerly direction, the Left Coast is rotting with the leprosy of the Left. Lenin has replaced Newton in these parts. Science has been subsumed by Collectivism.” (LL)

Friday the Thirteenth, 2012 — The

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In Oregon, Marxism is Apple Pie

Red Chinese crown

By Art Hyland

Oregon has been growing Green/Red education for some time now. Eugene, where the University of Oregon calls home, is noted for its liberal curriculum, liberal students and faculty. But Portland State University is truly in a sprint for the liberal lead. This was the headline in The Blaze

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Rat Rods, Hot Rods & Customs: We Didn’t Need No Stinkin’ iPads

“While we had America, though, we turned a blues riff in “B” to rock and roll, developed fashion to its pinnacle of blue jeans, a white t-shirt, a leather jacket and James Dean.”

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Justice Served to Obama

Eric Folder

Eric Holder’s DOJ Pays $120,000 for Frivolous (Intimidating) Lawsuit

By J. Matt Barber

Eric Holder is a busy man. When President Obama’s chief law enforcement officer isn’t tied up selling guns to Mexican drug cartels, refusing to prosecute self-serving cases of voter intimidation or ignoring “wanted dead or alive” bounties placed

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Semi-President Algore, Sophomoric Sadie O. Winfrey and the high speed, low drag 21st Century Eskimos just must move to Tin Creek

map of Alaska

By Larry Leonard

“Yes, the last Ice Age. Enter the first Native Americans, probably. Maybe even these ones, who some say came east across the Bridge to Somewhere before it melted.”

April 03, 2012 — The Inuit people in the villages north of Nome want $50 million

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The Week Obama Jumped the Shark

By Peter Wehner, Commentary Magazine

“What the president said, then, was so ill-informed, so ignorant, that people assumed he must know better. There’s no way we can know. But whatever the case, this has been quite a bad stretch for the president. His comments about the Supreme Court, when combined with his astonishingly dishonest attack

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U of O’s LaMichael James Just a Salesman

LaMichael James

By Fred Delkin aka Pigskin Pete

University of Oregon’s All-American running back, LaMichael James, has taken on a paid speaking contract with San Diego-based SKLZ, a manufacturer & marketer of athletic performance training products. James, who has yet to sign an NFL contract, has just given sponsored lectures to a Eugene

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