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Microsoft Co-Founder Allen Passes Away at 65—Microsoft Co-Founder Allen Passes Away at 65

Of Political Odds and Ends—The Sunday Political Brunch October 14, 2018—Of Political Odds and Ends -- The Sunday…

Kaplan: Personalized Medicine by Design—Kaplan: Personalized Medicine by Design

Portland Ranked as Best Foodie City in Country—Portland Ranked as Best Foodie City in Country

UN Ambassador Nikki Haley Resigns—UN Ambassador Nikki Haley Resigns

“Is the Trump Political Bubble About to Burst?”—Sunday Political Brunch—October 7, 2018—“Is the Trump Political Bubble About to Burst?”…

Goodbye Earl Thomas And Thank You For The Memories—Goodbye Earl Thomas And Thank You For The…

Overreactions To Portland Trail Blazers’ Early Preseason—Overreactions To Portland Trail Blazers’ Early Preseason

Evaluating the Supreme Court Standoff—Sunday Political Brunch - September 30, 2018—Evaluating the Supreme Court Standoff -- Sunday Political…

No Legion Of Boom, No Problem For The Seattle Seahawks’ Secondary—No Legion Of Boom, No Problem For The…

 
 

FBI Investigation: Deciding Sen. Flake Votes to Approve Kavanaugh, But Pushes One Week Floor Delay

Friday, September 28, 2018

The United States Senate Judiciary Committee voted United State Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh out of committee along party lines on Friday. The nomination now heads to the full Senate for a vote floor. 

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Winterhawks Drop Out Of CHL Rankings, Have 2 Big US Division Battles This Weekend

Friday, September 28, 2018

As expected with two losses this past weekend, the Portland Winterhawks dropped from the Canadian Hockey League rankings. Portland lost games against Seattle and Everett but lost by a closer margin than Spokane, which got hammered 6-1 in its only game of the week.

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The Kavanaugh Court Complexities—Sunday Political Brunch September 23, 2018

Mark Curtis

Sunday, September 23, 2018

I have no idea what happened with Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Basely 36 years ago, but I can certainly look at my “crystal ball” to assess to implications today. As I often say, as a political analyst I try to assess what may happen based on history, public mood, facts (or lack of facts), and then come to my conclusion. Yes, it’s a guess, but I hope after over forty years of covering politics it’s an educated guess. Let’s “brunch” on that this week.

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Blazers Must Join Jimmy Butler Sweepstakes With Neil Olshey’s Legacy On The Line

Jimmy Butler

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Sports are about moments. They’re about legacies. They’re about competition, camaraderie and maybe most of all, they’re about lasting impressions that leave fans loving, loathing and remembering how they felt years—if not decades—later.

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The Importance Of The Pre-Race Taper

Monday, September 17, 2018

The mighty, and dreaded, taper. We all know it’s in our best interest to lessen our mileage and increase rest prior to a race, but why is it so hard to do?

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Week 3 Pac-12 Football Overreactions

Monday, September 17, 2018

We’re three weeks into the 2018 college football season and the Pac-12 conference is already in trouble of earning a spot in the College Football Playoff. We saw the Washington Huskies give Auburn everything they could handle at the Mercedez Benz Super Dome in week 1. They weren’t quite as polished on offense, but it’s expected at the departure of Jonathan Smith accompanied with the dominant defensive front from Auburn. This was particularly impressive because it was essentially a home game for the Tigers. For those unaware, Auburn University is an hour and a half drive to Atlanta. This was a home game for the Tigers.

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“Race to the Primary Finish Line” - Sunday Political Brunch September 16, 2018

Mark Curtis

Sunday, September 16, 2018

This marks the final week of primaries before the November election, with New York, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire holding contests this past week. Is anything a predictor of what will happen on November 6th? Let’s “brunch” on that this week:

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“A Summer of Political Drama Heads to Fall” - Sunday Political Brunch - September 9, 2018

Mark Curtis

Sunday, September 09, 2018

As summer fades to autumn (and my vacation fades back into the workplace), it’s time to assess some of the big political developments that could have an impact at the ballot box come November 6th. A lot is happening both inside and outside of the beltway. Let’s “brunch” on that this week:

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Remembering my Journeys with Senator McCain—Sunday Political Brunch Sept. 2, 2018

Mark Curtis

Sunday, September 02, 2018

I’m on the road this week keeping an eye on key primary elections in Florida, Arizona and Oklahoma. But like many I am mourning the death, and honoring the life of a genuine American hero, Senator John McCain (R) Arizona. McCain and I had an interesting work relationship and our paths crossed many times over the span of 20-plus years across the nation. Let’s “brunch” on that this week

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Fit For Life: Dealing With Life’s Issues

Saturday, September 01, 2018

I am not writing this article as a motivator, team leader, coach, trainer, business owner, or any of the other hat I wear.

Today I am writing this article as Matt the person that has the same issues as you.

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