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The high price of freedom

Modified: Thursday, May 28th, 2015
My wife and I just returned from a Hawaiian vacation, where we spent 10 sunshine-filled days visiting with family -- a son who is serving in the Navy and a sister and brother-in-law who have lived on Oahu for more than 20 years. Our days were filled with the usual beach time, souvenir shopping and sightseeing, but one of our

Arrest the homeless

Posted: Tuesday, May 26th, 2015
So-called human rights advocates around Oregon are mounting their latest effort to ensure the well-being of the homeless with a new law that would allow people to sleep on public sidewalks.
The "Right to Rest" legislation before the Oregon State Senate would allow houseless folks to sleep, sit, lie down and escape the elements in public spaces, including sidewalks.

Proof your vote counts

Posted: Thursday, May 21st, 2015
The results of every election provide a fascinating set of tealeaves for armchair analysts to mull. For aficionados of the Lincoln County political landscape, the May 19 special election did not disappoint.
In a county where Democrats reign and Republicans are rare as holy water at a Moose Lodge, the non-partisan races provide honest contests that reveal with startling clarity

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