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Last Update Wednesday, February 21st, 2018

Already the Trump tax cuts are demonstrating the same old patterns. When will Americans stop buying the politics and examine the policy?

True to form, since the tax cuts were implemented, $88.6 billion have gone directly into corporate stock buybacks. That is more than double compared to the same time last year, according to Birinyi Associates. Meanwhile, the big bonuses that corporations said would be rewarded to employees is a measly Read More »

Make tough decisions to protect our schoolkids
Another school tragedy. I believe national mental illness and gun debates will continue for decades. Can Josephine County residents impact nationwide gun laws, or alter how mental illness is treated? Unlikely. Read More »

Citizens need to demand change for it to happen
In the wake of another school massacre, it is now time to have conversations and take action to make our schools safe and inspiring learning environments. This shooting in Florida is just another reminder that we have not demanded action from our leaders and government. That is what it will take to implement change: citizens demanding it. Read More »

Even hairdressers have to get license in Oregon
In Oregon, hairdressers need a license. But you don't need a license to own a gun. Are you kidding? Read More »

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