Tristan Justice joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss how the political divisions in Oregon speak to the rural-urban divide in the United States.
The next presidential election aside, if the GOP is to still win elections in 2028 or 2032, they need to become the kind of party America’s working and middle classes caught a glimpse of in 2016.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown just joined the ranks of Democrats proudly turning back to their old, tyrannical COVID-19 ways by mandating masks outdoors.
In many of our major cities, gangs of masked thugs and criminals do what they please — and our far-better-armed police aren’t allowed to stop it.
The state of Oregon is forcing me to contradict what I think is best for myself and my baby or face losing my job and health coverage when I need it most.
The school board of Newberg Public Schools in Oregon voted to ban political symbols from classrooms.
New rules in California are preparing to go into effect with nationwide implications, and they’re almost certain to leave the Golden State short on pork.
Masks are set to become a permanent fixture of post-pandemic life in leftist enclaves of the country.
At a time comparisons to the 1850s abound, the real story of America’s crackup is playing out quietly in places like rural eastern Oregon.
Walking into the last Blockbuster in Bend, Oregon is stepping into an aura of cinematic nostalgia. It may be a preview of the movie industry post-shutdowns.
Police officers in Portland, Oregon, have been told to stand down when it comes to low-level classified traffic infractions.
After a year confronting violent rioters and unprecedented circumstances, members of the now-disbanded protest response unit simply refuse to volunteer any longer.
Hannah-Jones was paid a total of $50,000 using resources from a program intended to help kids struggling with school attendance.
Two monuments commemorating military veterans located in Rhode Island and Oregon were vandalized over Memorial Day Weekend.
The state of Oregon is paying Nikole Hannah-Jones of The New York Times’s “1619 Project” is set to lecture teachers and students on systemic racism.
Trees are racist. Hiking is racist. Your cereal box is racist. Your depictions of Santa Claus and Jesus are racist. Claiming otherwise is also racist.
New York Times “1619 Project” writer Nikole Hannah-Jones earned $25,000 to lecture students at The University Of Oregon on systemic racism and other topics.
One Portland high school is saddled with a dilemma over whether trees are racist.
Oregon state health officials unveiled a new proposal in January which seeks to turn temporary mask mandates permanent.
More than 50 rioters dressed in black attacked a federal courthouse in Portland on Thursday, vandalizing the building, smashing windows, and lighting parts of it on fire while people were still inside.
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