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Congress, not president, must fix immigration laws
Congress, not president, must fix immigration laws

Earlier this month the Supreme Court heard arguments in a case challenging President Obama’s executive actions regarding illegal immigration.

We believe the court should find against the president.

Late in 2014, the president issued...

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EPA funds water quality campaign to mislead public

The controversy over the Environmental Protection Agency’s role in an advertising and social media campaign to influence Washington state pollution-control laws continues to grow.

More members of Congress are asking the EPA to explain...

Bureau of Reclamation makes offer irrigators can’t refuse

Klamath Falls, Ore. — Many may recall how Don Vito Corleone had helped the fading career of singer godson Johnny Fontane to secure a film role he had previously been denied — by making the film studio owner “an offer he...

Supreme Court to decide strong-arm case
Supreme Court to decide strong-arm case

The problem with the American regulatory state is that the regulators have established rules designed to force the compliance of the regulated and to deprive them of due process in an impartial court.

A case heard last month by the U.S. Supreme...

Congress should speak up against EPA boondoggle

The silence has been deafening. When the Environmental Protection Agency’s financial participation in a smear campaign against Washington state farmers was discovered, not a single member of that state’s congressional delegation spoke...

Carbon tax hurts working class most

Here we go again. Alexandra Amonette believes globe warming is caused by our greenhouse gas emissions from the use of fossil fuel.

I believe it is caused by the sun. Neither theory can be proved. So we are at square one. Except she wants the...

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Columns

BLM Resource Management Plan fails Western Oregon

It would be nice if groups could sit at the table with the Bureau of Land Management and hammer out differences over future management of Western...

Bureau of Reclamation makes offer irrigators can’t refuse

Klamath Falls, Ore. — Many may recall how Don Vito Corleone had helped the fading career of singer godson Johnny Fontane to secure a film...

Editorials

W. Oregon plan attacked from all sides

In the 21st century, government agencies follow a step-by-step protocol for any resource management plans they put together. It goes something...

EPA funds water quality campaign to mislead public

The controversy over the Environmental Protection Agency’s role in an advertising and social media campaign to influence Washington state...

Congress should speak up against EPA boondoggle

Letters

What’s Upstream educates public

Regarding What’s Upstream. People who no longer live close to the land have difficulty learning how their food is produced. They need to...

Carbon tax hurts working class most

Here we go again. Alexandra Amonette believes globe warming is caused by our greenhouse gas emissions from the use of fossil fuel.

I believe...