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What to do When Forced to Perform ‘Gay Weddings’

By J. Matt Barber

Churches in Denmark are now compelled, by law, to host same-sex “weddings.”

America is next.

Tyranny’s appetite is insatiable. The secular-left’s hunger for power and control over its detractors can never be satisfied. To outwardly succumb and affirmatively capitulate to their pagan demands will never be enough.

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What do you see?

When this anonymous email was forwarded to me today from a friend, it made me think about Fred Delkin, our Oregon Magazine co-founder and a truly accomplished man, a great football analyst and wine connoisseur. I will miss him and his grumpy words of wisdom and contributions to this publication. – BH

When an old

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Fred Delkin Dies

June 6, 2014 — He was of the D-Day generation. He studied journalism at the University of Washington and wrote for the Bellingham, Washington paper in his early days. His first football coach was Woody Hayes. He was a second string linebacker for the Huskies.

He gave me my first real ad agency writing job.

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The Communist States of America

By J. Matt Barber

A preferred ploy of left-wing change agents is to ridicule critics when they point out the undeniable parallels between the goals of today’s “progressive” movement, to include the Democratic Party in general, and the goals of the early, and very much still alive, communist movement.

If, for instance,

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Send Copy of This to Everyone You Know

By Fred Delkin Oregon magazine readers are urged to send the following to everyone they know. It violates all those standards we all learned when we took our first writing class. Be certain you address a copy to the President of our nation. Unleashed by his second elected term, Obama runs wild. He shows no

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Ducks Threaten Pac12 2014 Football Title Run

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By Fred Delkin

“Any failsport ignoring the Pac12 network coverage of almost every organized team sport activity known to humans deserves severe condemnation.”

Mariota’s bum leg gave Pac12 rivals late season relief last fall, though the Oregon QB showed a full recovery by bowl time…just ask Texas. Given full health in 2014, the

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The Constitution Has a Big Tiller

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January 18, 2014 — A knife may be used to cut vegetables or throats. You can tell which is going on by looking for blood on the floor. A Constitution is a tool, as well. Like some boats, it has a tiller. From the standpoint of civil rights, the national economy, foreign relations and the

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Our President Attending the Mandela Memorial

Cornpone C. Kegger Society Flares Up

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Where Art and Life meet look up and you will see a video billboard for teeth whitener strips.

October 16, 2013 — Symbolism erupted this morning ‘neath the buy-partisan doma of the American Congress. It is at times impossible to ignore the flow of bizarre irony (skunk cabbage-scented effluent) from the place. I am referring

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Titanic Verbal Blunder Exposes American Liberalism

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Harry Reid as a one-man death panel:

‘WHY WOULD WE WANT TO’ HELP ONE KID WITH CANCER?

October 2, 2013 — “It’s for the children.” For decades it has been their mantra. No matter the screwy, illogical alteration to sound traditional government practice. In their decades of introduction of new age social theory, all their

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Perfect Pac12 Picks, PSU Falters

Pigskin Pete By Fred Delkin We were perfection on our Pac12 calls last week, with the only besmirch on our crystal ball done by Portland State. This week, Oregon State, Arizona and Southern Cal take byes. Washington at Stanford is the headliner. Here’s our rendition of expected weekend results: Washington @ Stanford–the Dawgs served

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Ducks, Beavers Play Host & Seattle Has 2 League Bouts

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By Fred Delkin

Sorry, dear readers, but our magazine’s staff malfunctioned last week and our brilliant prose went unpublished. We inform you, of course, that Pigskin’s picks were all correct! Now, let’s consider what Pac12 members will do in ten intraleague matchups this Saturday. Only Utah and UCLA have

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Pac12 Matchups Toughen Coaches Face Extinction

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By Fred Delkin

Now the battles get tougher for most Pac12 members as only two face patsies this weekend: Stanford @ Army and Texas San Antonio @ Arizona. The other10 conference members are playing respectable Division 1 foes. The Los Angeles press is reflecting USC supporters desire for

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Drought’s Over! College Grid Looms, Pigskin Picks Openers

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By Fred Delkin

Clean your screens…the most abundant college grid coverage in TV history is upon us! If you receive Pac12 network, you will be inundated by a constant flow of information, live action and replays from a conference that has already enriched its members with

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Is Detroit the Future of America?

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By Mat StaverDetroit, MI—Detroit now has the infamous title of being the largest city in America to declare bankruptcy. Detroit is $19 billion in debt, has about 70,000 vacant buildings in the city, has billions of dollars in unfunded pensions and healthcare, and has the longest time in the nation for police response at

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