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Flip the switch to the "on" position. Watch the roaches scatter. Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

PHP played fast and loose with the rules, and got busted. Providence Health Plan failed to follow federal and state law when it for years refused to cover an intensive form of therapy for autistic children, a U.S. District Court...

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Portland Audubon Society's Bob Sallinger and his Willamette River "advocate" sidekick Jeanne Galick are vewy, vewy upset over how the City of Portland's West Quadrant Plan has turned out. Why, the City's not going to "restore habitat" for salmon in...

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Contrary to popular predictions, legalization of marijuana in Colorado has not increased use among teens; quite the opposite, in fact: “Cannabis, now that it’s legal, kind of is an old person’s drug,” he said. “It’s something that kids are seeing...

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Apparently not realizing that they're some six years too late, the boys from ISIS have threatened to raise the flag of Allah in the White House. “I say to America that the Islamic Caliphate has been established,” Abu Mosa, a...

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Well, you can't really expect all that much from a company that's only alive because of government bailouts; actually, you can't expect much whenever government gets involved in anything, these days. Among the latest examples: GM is announcing that they'd...

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A 54 year-old TSA agent out of Sacramento has been busted after searching for a mother who wanted a man to teach her daughter about sex. Unbelievably, that mother/daughter combo he met on Craigslist 13 weeks ago were FBI agents....

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It'll be interesting to see whether or not challenger Monica Wehby can make effective use of the bombshell dropped back in April by Washington Free Beacon regarding Oregon junior senator Jeff Merkley's consistent view that America should treat Iran with...

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The Rowena fire, burning just up the Columbia Gorge, has been declared the #1 priority fire in the US by national fire officials. "Of all the fires burning in the U.S., this is the one that poses the biggest threat...

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I Just Realized Something: My dog sleeps about 20 hours a day. He has his food prepared for him. His meals are provided at no cost to him. He visits the Dr. once a year for his checkup and again...

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With fava beans and a nice chianti. The 30 year-old felt harassed by his parents after they stopped funding his lavish lifestyle and told him to get a job. Mom and Dad thought the invitation was for a reunion following...

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You have to buy a "Discover Pass" ($30/year, $10/day) to visit many of the parks in Washington state. One of the big draws - and greatest source of complaints - is Cape Disappointment, near Astoria, Oregon. But buying those required...

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In a move that should surprise absolutely no one, Moda wants a huge increase (hey, they've gotta pay for plastering their name all over the Rose Garden somehow). In an odd twist, however, Providence is looking to drop their premiums...

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The European Union forces identical rules upon all member nations, often to ridiculous extremes. In their latest round of idiocy, the European Court of Justice has decreed that being fat is a disability, and employers will be required to provide...

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What a pleasant-looking young man. Well, he was before a Daytona Beach father walked in and found him molesting the guy's 11 year-old boy. Then things got kind of ugly. Oh, no, he's not dead; he just wishes he was....

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Oddly, Pooty-Poot now thinks it'd be a pretty good idea of those folks over in Ukraine put together a cease-fire agreement. He didn't care so much before, but being that pretty much everybody's mad at him, it couldn't hurt. Besides,...

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International Association of Fire Fighters and AARP have filed briefs in support of public retirees in the ongoing dispute over the cutting of cost-of-living adjustments for current retirees; a case now before Oregon Supreme Court. The AARP and the International...

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Members of the Congregation of Perpetual Outrage now suggest that having a barbecue in a park is anti-social behavior. Some people don't like the smell of searing flesh, while others object to the smoke. So for some of these folks,...

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In their latest edition of their quarterly magazine, Al Quaeda suggests targeting the upcoming U.S. Open tournament venue in Queens with car bombs, complete with instructions for building the devices. Speaking at a counterterror briefing for both civilian and law...

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That, at least, is the latest excuse from the band of terrorists who used a SAM to take MV17 out of the sky. Footage shot and uploaded yesterday by Andrew Andreysky shows falling debris in the aftermath of the attack....

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Well, the briefs are all in, and the Portland "Arts" tax is on the docket to be decided by a panel of judges at Oregon Court of Appeals: Wittemyer v. City of Portland, docket no. A154844. It seems reasonable to...

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For some unknown reason, Hanoi Jane's giving the commencement speech at UCLA this Friday. Somebody has a problem with this. H/t: Knowledge is Power (linked in sidebar). Dropping flaming bags of dog poop would work for me.

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In the wake of revelations that the FBI has launched a criminal investigation into Cover Oregon, the state Department of Administrative Services has quietly rewritten its policy on legal representation; the state (meaning you and I) can now pay for...

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"Dumps" refers to stolen credit card data. Buyers of these data can encode them onto fake credit cards and use the fakes to go shopping for stuff that they can sell for cash, and the dumps are widely available in...

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I don't watch a great deal of television, but I happened to catch a show called Person of Interest, and found it quite interesting in a futuristic sci-fi kind of way. The basic premise was that there are cameras everywhere,...

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No, the steel spikes aren't themselves homeless. Similar to the spikes often used to deter pigeons from roosting on some buildings, they're now being deployed around a number of private buildings in London, allegedly to prevent homeless people from sleeping...

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Or at least Quebec does; for the second time in a year, a helicopter was used to snap up inmates. This time, it was three guys with ties to the Hells Angels, in on drug and related charges.

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Well, we did, and it's been discussed here many times over the years: illegal aliens aren't screened for diseases (obviously), and so they present a huge risk to public health, quite apart from the other strains that they impose upon...

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Although the Lake Michigan ice has finally melted and warm spring temperatures are arriving, authorities are warning residents to beware of hypothermia - lake temperatures range between 38 and 64 degrees, and even the higher temperature can result in hypothermia...

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In the 1950s, there were around 10,000 California sea lions on the entire west coast. Today, there are around 300,000. The time has probably arrived to stop protecting them and start actively managing the populations of these half-ton critters. Of...

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With hunting and fishing participation at its lowest levels in Oregon in 30 years, and operating costs on the rise, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is facing a projected $32 million gap as it works to create a...

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