Category Archives: Immigration Reform

Newhouse and Reichert Forecast to Win Congressional Districts in Fall

Ninety-five percent of the ballots in primary elections in Douglas County and the two Congressional districts have been counted. From the results my prediction is Dan Newhouse should win Congressman Doc Hastings’ 4th District seat and Congressman Dave Reichert should … Continue reading

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Reasons Eric Cantor Lost Have Little to do With Immigration Reform

The rush to blame Eric Cantor’s loss to his support for immigration reform ignores facts: others who supported immigration reform won and exit polls show voters support reform but don’t trust Cantor to represent people in his district.  From INA … Continue reading

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Believe Immigration Reform is Possible This Summer

People are insisting immigration reform is possible this year, but how can that be? Earlier this year I heard Congressman Reichert hopelessly say it looks dead because it’s an election year. That disgusted me to hear the Republican-controlled House cannot … Continue reading

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An Open Letter Requesting News our Region Can Use

Sometimes I wonder whether national morning new shows realize how trivial they appear to us under our Pacific Northwest January 50-degree sunshine where we’re worrying about thin layers of snow for skiers and orchardists. A news item that excited ABC … Continue reading

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