Archive for November 21st, 2013

November 21, 2013

Random Act of Journalism by the Lazy C

by lewwaters

hell-freezes-overHard to believe that the Lazy C, staunch supporter of the CRC light rail scheme, is admitting to what we have been saying all along, the C-Tran Gang of Five, Steve Stuart, Ron Onslow, Tim ‘the Liar’ Leavitt, Bart Hansen and Larry Smith, did indeed sell out to TriMet by approving the signing of a contract there is no possible way they could have read.

Records detail controversial C-Tran-TriMet deal

Admitted in the article, “A controversial light-rail contract inked in September was still being changed hours before the C-Tran Board of Directors approved it, and board members never saw the actual agreement before the vote was taken, according to records released by the agency this month.”

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November 21, 2013

Harry Reid Remarks on the Senate Filibuster

by lewwaters

Reid 1As expected, Senate majority leader, Democrat Harry Reid invoked the “nuclear option” ending filibusters against Obama’s activist judicial nomination.

Speaking on the Senate Filibuster, Reid said,

“Since 1790, the filibuster has been employed hundreds and hundreds of times.

Senators have used it to stand up to popular presidents. To block legislation. And yes – even to stall executive nominees.

The roots of the filibuster can be found in the Constitution and in the Senate rules.
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Mr. President, the filibuster is a critical tool in keeping the majority in check. This central fact has been acknowledged and even praised by Senators from both parties.

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November 21, 2013

Immediate Opening in Clark County Washington

by lewwaters

NewsGreat opportunity exists for a profitable career in Southwest Washington State for the right team willing to report news without a partisan lean one way or the other.

Southwest Washington is in dire need of a reliable and balanced news source willing to report fairly and allow readers to decide.

A degree in journalism is not necessarily a plus as journalists have long shown an inability to report all facts fairly without bias.

A news vacuum exists in Southwest Washington that could be filled by the right people more interested in truth than partisanship.

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