Malheur County sheriff calls out governor, won’t enforce mandates and will challenge new ones

Brian Wolfe, Malheur County sheriff, opposes state mandates for masks and vaccines in a letter to Gov. Kate Brown. Wolfe said individuals should look out for their own health. “It’s not the government’s job to protect our health,” he wrote. VALE – Malheur County Sheriff Brian Wolfe has written a letter rejecting Gov. Kate Brown’s mask and vaccination mandates as…

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Talk to the Mask

In the year plus of going around the merry-go-round about masks with this, that, and the other experts weighing in, some conclude Occam’s Razor applies appropriately to the mask question. The simplest explanation may be the most accurate explanation. Mask boxes and packages made in Communist Party China warn consumers masks are not for viruses. Some directly read “…not for…

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The Oregon Wizard of Oz

Businesses always had the power… Some Oregon businesses remained open throughout 2020-2021 by taking their rights of due process without taking OSHA or Oregon governor Kate “The Wizard of Oz” Brown to court. Throughout Brown’s many television appearance edicts that violated the Oregon emergency law, ORS 401.165(5), she acted as though Oregonians would obey her words. Some Oregon businesses kept…

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GOV. BROWN EMERGENCY POWERS EXTENDED UNTIL DEC. 2021

Gov. Kate Brown recently announced plans to finally reopen Oregon on June 30, including rolling back mask mandates and social distancing measures. However, kids will still be wearing masks in school. This change to the COVID-19 statewide measures does not mean an end to Gov. Brown’s emergency powers. In her latest executive order, Gov. Brown is rolling back some COVID-19 restrictions, but…

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Breese-Iverson introduces bill to ensure full in-person school reopenings this fall

UPDATE: This bill was blocked by Democrats.  It would require public schools to provide full-time, in-person classroom instruction for the 2021-22 school year. SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ) — State Rep. Vikki Breese-Iverson, R-Prineville, introduced a  bicameral, bipartisan bill Thursday (May 6, 2021) that would ensure access to full, in-person instruction Oregon students for the 2021-2022 school year. House Bill 3399 would…

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Southern Oregon lawmaker introduces bill that would bar Governor Brown from shutting down businesses during COVID-19

Representative David Brock Smith‘s district covers parts of Curry, Coos, Douglas, and Josephine counties. House Bill 3177, the “Covid Business Equity Act,” would explicitly limit the Governor’s power to impose restrictions on restaurants, bars, gyms, and other fitness establishments — unless those restrictions apply to all businesses broadly. Rep. Brock Smith highlighted the job losses in the hospitality sector as…

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California surprise re-open! …leaving Oregon in last two lockdown states

  In a surprise move, California Governor, Gavin Newsom, has begun re-opening California after a re-call effort has nearly gained enough signatures to qualify for the ballot. Governor Newsom says it is about the data but he is hiding the data: “State officials said the decision to lift the stay-at-home order came amid improving trends in California’s rate of infections,…

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