E F Hutton, The National Enquirer, Miller Time, and Political Effectiveness

Respect, Knowledge, Life, and Political Effectiveness The big picture. Everybody wants to be respected. We all want to be listened to, to be valued and to know that people are actually giving weight to our views.  We all want to know what’s really going on, to increase our knowledge of the facts that will help explain our situation and point…

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Pastors, Politics, Passivity, and Peril

According to the Pew Research Center, 61% of Oregonians describe themselves as Christian. Nearly half of those describe themselves as Evangelicals. So why are our politics so liberal? When was the last time you heard a sermon on what the Bible says about politics, about the right ordering of a polis (city, county, or state) along Biblical lines? Many pastors…

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Stop Oregon Progressives By Strategic Volunteering NOW

Oregon‘s conservatives, evangelicals, and libertarians have tremendous power over the next three weeks. You may not feel that way, but its true. A flip from Democrat to Republican in just two critical State Senate races would freeze the progressive agenda in its tracks. Any bill must pass the Oregon Senate to become law. If we win these two key seats…

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Celebrate Kavanaugh Victory with A Voting Party!

Surreal. We just went through a very unsettling but clarifying event. Democrats and the media were revealed in all their nastiness and opposition to the basic tenets of justice. It was and is unsettling. But it was also clarifying. The venom was spewed not at Trump, but at a main stream Republican judge with a stellar career and not a…

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HOW to Break the Liberal Stranglehold – What We CAN Do

What we do over the next 40 days will determine if we stop the liberals raid on our pocketbooks and our liberty. The most important thing, of course, is to vote, and encourage other like-minded Oregonians to vote. But there is more we can easily do in this critical election. Over the next few days, we will spend a bit…

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