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Oregon’s presidential primary field is set

Oregon’s presidential primary field is set

Oregon Secretary of State Jeanne  Atkins released Thursday the final list of candidates to appear on the 2016 Democratic and Republican presidential primary ballots for the May 17 primary election.

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Mississippi flag removed from Oregon Capitol

Mississippi flag removed from Oregon Capitol

One Mississippi … zero Mississippi. The state flag of Mississippi has been removed from the Oregon Capitol grounds.

It flew as part of the Walk of Flags installation, which displays the flag of each state. Mississippi’s flag gained notoriety for …

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No-show Senate Republicans block floor session

No-show Senate Republicans block floor session

A question buzzed through the Oregon Senate late Wednesday, an hour before a scheduled 5 pm floor session: Where are the Republicans?

Staffers spotted empty parking stalls in the Senate garage. They also saw empty desks when walking through the …

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Oregon Christian bakers wedding cake case going to court

Oregon Christian bakers wedding cake case going to court

Today, First Liberty Institute announced that, along with one of the most famous lawyers in America, it is now representing Aaron and Melissa Klein, the Oregon bakers who owned Sweet Cakes by Melissa—the bakery destroyed by the Oregon government because

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National Spotlight

Merrick Garland has ‘very liberal view of gun rights’

Merrick Garland has ‘very liberal view of gun rights’

The conservative Judicial Crisis Network, which plans to spend at least $2 million on an advertising campaign to oppose Judge Merrick Garland’s nomination, says the nominee “has a very liberal view of gun rights.”

JCN chief counsel Carrie Severino …

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House leadership pushes higher spending over conservative objections

House leadership pushes higher spending over conservative objections

Republicans controlling the House are pressing ahead with an annual fiscal measure despite lingering opposition from tea party conservatives over its endorsement of higher spending permitted by last year’s bipartisan budget and debt deal.

Several GOP lawmakers exiting a Monday …

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Guests pay final tribute to Nancy Reagan

Guests pay final tribute to Nancy Reagan

Nearly 1,000 guests, led by first lady Michelle Obama and representatives from nine former White House families, assembled on Friday for a memorial tribute to Nancy Reagan at her late husband’s presidential library in Southern California.

Funeral services for the …

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Counter terrorism logjam: FBI vs. Apple

Counter terrorism logjam: FBI vs. Apple

“They that can give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.” —Benjamin Franklin

The attempt to find balance between Liberty and security is the primary challenge facing our efforts to fight terrorism in …

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2016 Election

We choose the nominee, not the voters

We choose the nominee, not the voters

Political parties, not voters, choose their presidential nominees, a Republican convention rules member told CNBC, a day after GOP front-runner Donald Trump rolled up more big primary victories.

“The media has created the perception that the voters choose the nomination.

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Super Tuesday 2

Super Tuesday 2

Voters in Florida (99 total delegates–Winner-take-all–Closed primary), Ohio (66 total delegates–Winner take-all–Open primary), Illinois (69 total delegates–54 district delegates, three for each of the 18 congressional districts; 15 at-large delegates–Delegates are directly elected; at-large delegates are winner-take-all–Open primary), Missouri (52 …

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What’s at stake for GOP this weekend

What’s at stake for GOP this weekend

Have you had your fill of the Republican presidential primary? If so, then go outside and enjoy the fresh air. But if you’re a glutton for punishment, then you’ll be happy to know Republicans will vote in Louisiana, Kansas, Kentucky

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Super Tuesday 2016: When is it? Which states vote and why does it matter?

Super Tuesday 2016: When is it? Which states vote and why does it matter?

Super Tuesday is the date of March 1, 2016. It is called “Super Tuesday” because many states hold their primary voting on the same date which can create a situation where candidates that perform poorly often drop out as a …

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