May 4, 2022

How to Improve Our Energy and Education Policies

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Back in the late 1970s, a series of public policy decisions was made at the federal level that continue to fail us all these decades later. I think it’s long past time that we revisit those and even be open to reversing and repealing them entirely. Two of the main issues I’m using in my campaign for the Oregon’s brand…

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April 6, 2022

Reclaiming Control of the Classroom

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Two guidance counselors at Mountain View Middle School in the Newberg School District were recently placed on administrative leave after posting a video of themselves using obscene gestures at parents they disagree with politically. That video was recorded on school property and, presumably, during their taxpayer-funded work time. It was among many that the pair has made and posted to the…

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