By Matt Barber
What’s the big deal?
I mean, why are we surprised that an abortionist and his staff would, behind the walls of an always-lethal abortion clinic, commit one of the most horrific serial killings in American history? What did you think abortionists do, heal people?
Why are we taken aback that there was
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by Margaret Thatcher Former Prime Minister, Great Britain
Margaret Thatcher was born in 1925 and went on to earn a degree in chemistry from Somerville College, Oxford, as well as a master of arts degree from the University of Oxford. For some years she worked as a research chemist and then as a barrister,
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By Fred Delkin
Nez Perce tribal leader, the legendary Chief Joseph, uttered a compelling endorsement to his homeland in the late 19th century…”I love that land more than all the rest of the world.” National magazine Country features this northeast Oregon region in its current issue and reminds this writer of
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Decanting with Delkin
By Fred Delkin
We’re old enough to remember when wine production was more dream than reality on the Oregon agricultural scene. No more! The state’s wine industry has more than doubled its economic impact since 2005, boasts more than 450 wineries and is attracting major vineyard creation by outside financial
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