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Sunday Political Brunch: Political Crazy Talk - May 14, 2017

Mark Curtis

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Sometimes politicians open their mouths and say things that maybe they shouldn’t. Words matter, and they have consequences. On so many occasions I know politicians wish they could take their words back. This week we’ve seen a lot of statements the authors would likely want to walk back. But “closing the barn door after the horse escapes” is an often-futile exercise. Let’s “brunch” on that this week:

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2017 Walk to Cure Arthritis Set for May 20

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Over 400 people from the Portland/Vancouver will support the Arthritis Foundation’s goal to cure the disease and help people with it live a full life by taking part in the Walk to Cure Arthritis. 

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Fit For Life: “Adversity Introduces a Man to Himself” (Albert Einstein)

Saturday, May 13, 2017

I was thrashing through the trails in Lincoln Woods on my mountain bike the other day and started thinking. As I was jumping rocks, logs, and roots on the trails I kept saying to myself that this was scary and if I crashed at the rate of speed I was going, the possibility of broken bones was probable.

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Fecteau: Trump’s Miscalculation On the Comey Firing

James Comey

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Citing the mishandling of the Hillary Clinton email scandal, President Donald J. Trump claimed FBI director James Comey undercut “public trust and confidence” of his agency, and fired him on Tuesday. This is strange because, not soon after Mr. Trump’s election, he kept Mr. Comey in the role as FBI director. White House chief of staff Reince Priebus even praised Mr. Comey calling him “extraordinarily competent.”

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“Mitey” Micah Brakefield Looking For 2nd Straight Submission Underground Win

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Submission Underground (SUG) 4 is fast approaching and that means Portland will soon be flooded with some of the most exciting submission artists in the world. With jiu-jitsu players like Gilbert Burns, Jake Shields, Dillon Danis, Nathan Orchard, and Paulo Miyao participating, people are certainly expecting fire works. While it seems likely that anyone of those competitors could steal the show, the simple fact is the person who had most spectacular submission of the night at SUG3 is on Sunday’s card as well. 

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Oregon Ranked Among Best States for Working Moms in U.S.

Oregon ranked 11th best state in U.S. for working moms

Tuesday, May 09, 2017

Oregon is ranked as one of the best states in the country for working moms. 

According to a recent study done by WalletHub, Oregon is the 11th best state in the country for working moms. 

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Gresham Police Warn of Man Posing as Utility Worker

Tuesday, May 09, 2017

Gresham Police are warning the public about reports from utility companies that citizens in the northwest part of town say a man has been posing as a utility worker and trying to enter their homes. 

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Portland Thorns Show No Love for Rapinoe, Seattle Reign

Megan Rapinoe

Tuesday, May 09, 2017

It’s amazing how a jersey can change perceptions of the player underneath it. During the Portland Thorns – Seattle Reign contest on Saturday night, my wife was sitting in the stands when a fan complained about how dirty the Reign’s Megan Rapinoe was playing. My wife, Amanda, remarked about how we don’t seem to mind her hands-on approach when she plays for the national team. There was no argument from that fan.

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Weiss: GOP Health Care Reform Moves to Senate

Monday, May 08, 2017

House Speaker Paul Ryan’s words are now coming back to haunt him and GOP leadership that rammed American Health Care Act (AHCA), without procedural safeguards, through the House chamber days ago.  “I don’t think we should pass bills that we haven’t read that we don’t know what they cost,” said Ryan in a 2009 interview on MSNBC when Congress was debating President Obama’s 1990-page Affordable Care Act (ACA), or Obamacare. 

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Sunday Political Brunch - May 7, 2017: Sorting Out Winners and Losers

Mark Curtis

Sunday, May 07, 2017

Dr. Mark Curtis, Ed.D., is Chief Political Reporter for the five Nexstar Media TV stations in West Virginia, and a Political Analyst for “The Brian Copeland Show” on KGO Radio 810-AM San Francisco.

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