Archive | January, 2016

NARAL Oregon Selects Avakian as it's Champion.

The real meaning of NARAL’s endorsement of Avakian

This week NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon endorsed Democrat Brad Avakian for Oregon Secretary of State.  In previous years NARAL endorsed most pro-abortion-rights candidates in any given election. Why the change? NARAL argues: “In 2016, we cannot simply acknowledge Oregon’s pro-choice candidates. NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon is committed to supporting pro-choice champions. Avakian, the current Labor Commissioner, is that […]

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crowdpac

Gun Deaths by State political leaning

Crowdpac is an interesting site. It offers a lot of data that can help independent voters sort information and data less filtered by the mainstream media. They say about themselves: Crowdpac’s mission is to give politics back to people – to make it easier for citizens to learn about politicians, and to find and support […]

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Seth Woolley

Task Force split on support for campaign finance reform

Editors Note: The Following article is a detailed review of the recommendations made by a Legislatively created task force on Campaign Finance Reform. In the end, the only members to vote no on all campaign finance reform proposals were a representative from business, and representatives of the Republican, Democratic and Libertarian Parties. While opposition from […]

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Why the GOP establishment should get behind this Ohio Governor. John Kasich

The Case for Kasich

I don’t usually write about national issues. But I think the contest for the GOP presidential nomination just changed significantly. Its said that the GOP presidential nomination is decided by whomever the monied establishment backs. That was supposed to be Jeb Bush this cycle. But the far right voter base has rejected his candidacy early […]

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