Last month’s ruling on Ballot Measure 114 was a wonderful reminder of the importance of having written Constitutions (state and federal) that are understood and… Read More »Ballot Measure 114 Ruling Highlights Wisdom of 1857 Oregonians
Progressive politicians dream of solving social problems with new government programs. The bill for these programs must be paid regardless of whether or not the… Read More »Editorial: Paying for Progressive Dreams
By Sen. Art Robinson HB 2002 is the worst bill I have ever seen. The most shocking sections are laws relating to and promoting “gender… Read More »What We Must do About HB 2002 and Returning Sanity to Salem
On May 30, Attorney John DiLorenzo Jr. of the Davis Wright Tremaine law firm sent a letter to Acting Secretary of State Cheryl Myers to… Read More »Does Measure 113 Wording Give Senators 4 More Years?
On Jan. 1, Oregon’s “Paid Leave Oregon” program went into effect. Employers and employees began contributing 1% of wages up to $132,900 into the Paid… Read More »Is ‘Paid Leave Oregon’ Too Good to be True?