Republicans Call for an Anti-Mask Law

The motto of the Texas Rangers was “one riot, one ranger”.  The motto of the Portland Police appears to be "with more than 800 policemen and reinforcements from the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Department, and the State Police, we can’t do anything because we are outnumbered and concerned about officer safety”.  We doubt that heavily-armored SWAT teams really fear for their safety when faced with a handful of unarmored anarchists with bats and their snowflake fellow travelers.  We don’t think the police force on the street is made up of cowards.

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It's Time to Put the Pressure on Trump to Perform

The battle of the soul of the Trump Administration now begins.  Only time will tell whether this Administration will bring real reform to lift unreasonable shackles of government from the rural West or adopt the Bush Administration’s policy of neglect.  As always, the result will depend on people.  Whom Trump chooses to occupy the thousands of Federal offices, the inhabitants of which are presently eating out the substance of rural America, is critical.

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Oregon Secretary of State Trying to Suppress Republican Voting

Oregon Republican Party Chairman Bill Currier issued a statement late Friday urging Secretary of State Jeanne Atkins to cease making statements that effectively suppress Republican votes. Her recent remarks to the media "mischaracterize the State Party’s efforts to reactivate inactive Republican voters across Oregon and openly encourage them to ignore calls from the State Party providing information on how to get a ballot and vote."

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Democratic Fury at the Facts

On October 30, 2016, the Oregonian published Leonard Pitts’ syndicated column in which he stated that he did not want the Republican Party to be defeated;

“I want it immolated.

“I want it razed to the foundation, reduced to a moonscape, left unlivable even for cockroaches, much less newts. I want it treated like boot heels treat ants and furnaces treat ice cubes, treated like a middle-school basketball team playing the '71-'72 Lakers.

“Defeat is not enough. Let there be humiliation. Let there be pain.”

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3rd Pres Debate Watch on Wednesday

Republican presidential nominee Donald J Trump will debate the democrat nominee for the third time on Wednesday!  Join us to watch the debate at Mekong Bistro!  Enjoy food and drinks (no host) in the big room while we watch the debate on multiple screens.

What: Presidential Debate
Where: Mekong Bistro 8200 NE Siskiyou Portland OR 97220
When: Wednesday evening October 19th.  Debate begins at 6 pm.

 

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MCRP Recommends "No" Vote on Nearly All Statewide Measures

One simple lens through which to view the upcoming state-wide measures is that Democrats are endorsing nearly all of them, and it should therefore come as no surprise that Republicans are suggesting that you vote no against nearly all of them.  Below we describe and analyze Measures 94-100.

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Join MCRP for a Debate Watch on Sunday

Republican presidential nominee Donald J Trump will debate the democrat nominee for the second time on Sunday!  Join us to watch the debate at Mekong Bistro!  Watch the 90 minute debate, enjoy food and drinks (no host) in the big room with multiple screens.

What: Presidential Debate 
Where: Mekong Bistro 8200 NE Siskiyou Portland OR 97220
When: Monday evening October 9th.  Debate begins at 6 pm.

We had so much fun the first time.  We must do this again! Once again, in the days leading up to the debate the Donald is on the campaign trail while Ms Clinton is resting up.

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Oregon Judge to Convicted Murderer: 'If I Could, I Would Take All the Guns in America'

Portland is back in national news again, for all the wrong reasons.

A Multnomah County, Oregon, judge had some pretty pointed things to say about who he thought was responsible for a murder, with the murderer standing before him awaiting sentencing. This being Oregon, you've probably guessed that the judge wasn't lecturing the murderer himself. That's right, he blamed the guns for the murder.

I'll give you a moment to pick yourself up off the floor.

Judge Kenneth Walker doesn't want you to think he's anti-gun, though. He's clearly read the United States Constitution. After all, when he finally finished his rant, he said, "But it is a right of people in this country to own and possess them, and I will not say anything to affect that right."

Check out the full rant by clicking here

 

 

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Hillary's America by Dinesh D'Souza showing in Portland Area

"Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party" is showing at four different venues in the Portland area on Friday 7/22 and Saturday 7/23!!!  How wonderful!  Thank you, everyone, who worked to locate this documentary in our area. Theaters include Regal Fox Tower Stadium, Regal Division Street Stadium 13, Cinemark Century Clackamas Town Center, and Regal Bridgeport Village Stadium 18.  Friday night, after the showing at the Clackamas Town Theater showing, stop in to the Claim Jumper Restaurant on the other side of the Mall for a nightcap and to visit with other republicans who viewed the movie.  Most important, please see this documentary on opening day weekend!  That ensures a good run.   Movie times for Friday and Saturday are as follows:

 

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New Leaders and New Helpers Needed on Committees

Multnomah County Republican Party wants to welcome a new batch of PCPs to our precinct organization.  We have plenty of room for many hands to make light work for us all including some leadership positions.  

 

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Oregon Spends Big Money On Green Energy Instead Of Schools

Thanks to the newsletter from our Oregon State Senator Doug Whitsett who is serving on the “Joint Interim Committee on Department of Energy Oversight,” we have a high level look into the spending of taxpayer money on green energy programs.  

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Exciting Presidential Race For Republicans In Multnomah County

What an amazing exciting time to be republican.  Never in my lifetime have I seen such huge crowds gathering to a republican candidate.  Having republican voters so excited about their candidate has been invigorating.  The crowd sizes even in the numbers that the liberal news media was willing to report were impressive.  Night after night Donald Trump was meeting with thousands of Americans.  It felt like a wave of excitement was sweeping through America.

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Dinesh D'Souza's Long Awaited Clinton Documentary in Portland ?

This July 22nd the long awaited Dinesh D'Souza video "Hillary's America: The Secret History Of The Democratic Party" is set to be released to a limited number of theaters.  If you want to see this documentary on opening day weekend, we will need to be contacting our local theaters and asking if they will be showing it.  If the large chains such as Regal Cinemas and Cinemark are paying attention to the past economic success of past Dinesh D'Souza's documentaries, they would be showing this film.

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Oregon Primary Delegates for Republican Presidential Race

Someone called the Multnomah County Republican Office asking about Oregon's primary impact on republican presidential race delegates.  So to clear any confusion, here is a good portion of the Oregon Republican Party press release:

 

OREGON REPUBLICAN PARTY ANNOUNCES NATIONAL DELEGATE ALLOCATIONS

WILSONVILLE, OR -- Today, Oregon Republican Party (ORP) Chairman Bill Currier announced the national delegate allocations for the three presidential candidates received following the May 17, 2016 Primary Election.

 

 

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Helping Congestion or Causing Congestion?

Koin News 6 disclosed nearly half of the 64 million expected "Street Tax" dollars would be spent on safety improvements associated with the Vision Zero plan.  Were you thinking the full 64 million would be spent on road repairs, paving and maintenance or that the improvements would improve traffic congestion?  Think again.   Lowering the speed limit and lowering the legal limit for drunk driving from 0.8 to 0.5 are a couple of the Vision Zero ideas put forth by Portland Bureau of Transportation Safety Manager Gabe Graff.  The city has already requested permission to lower the speed limit on Burnside.

 The 10 cents per gallon tax is expected to raise 64 million in 4 years. 

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