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As a local outspoken Second Amendment activist and advocate of the .38 caliber revolver (.38 Special and .357 Magnum) for the honest law abiding citizen I was naturally provoked to resistance against "Supreme Court ducks a Second Amendment issue-for now": Klamath Falls Herald and News: Wedne…

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Watching the nauseating ads for “conservative” candidates vying to replace Greg Walden, their attacks on each other prove one thing; NONE OF THEM is qualified to serve in Congress. I’ve known and conversed with Greg for years, often disagreed on many of his positions, but we politely DISCUSS…

I read your article regarding reopening Lakeview for business with hope and gratitude. Gratitude this little community has NO confirmed cases of COVID 19 and that Lakeview will be functioning with life and health soon.

After I was discharged from the Navy and finished graduate school in the late 1960s I started my corporate career as a manufacturing analyst/industrial engineer for a large food  company that processed meat and poultry, and I know how close the workers are on the manufacturing lines. So it i…

When I was six years old, I spent a day in the first grade learning about place value in our number system. We had workbook pages that depicted single logs, bundles of ten logs, and bundles of bundles. I was puzzled. The teacher asked each of us if we understood. I was the last holdout. Ever…

I am sure most everyone is ready for our 2020 election. The main question I asked people is what do you like? Do you like freedom, or to be controlled by everything we do? We have freedom in our country most other countries don’t. Don’t be fooled. A democratic socialist, is no different than…

I guess I’m just a sort of gregarious type of person, as my friendships are across all the aisles. But I must admit, that in order to maintain all these very wonderful and fulfilling relationships I have to tread carefully when it comes to taxes and politics. It’s not that I’m halfhearted ab…

When I initially moved to Lakeview back in early October 2019, many local people told me about how the winters can be, and being from a climate that didn’t get snow, how it would be an adjustment for me, all I can say is I am happy with the fairly mild winter I am experiencing so far in Lakeview.

After Lake County Commissioner Brad Winters announced that he would not seek re-election in November, I had a chance to interview him about his career as Commissioner and talk about a topic that has been a passion -- One Oregon.

Unable to serve the needs of people, the current political and economic systems around the world are leaving millions of people disenfranchised and demanding change. As many people look to the useless and tired ways of the past for solutions, the young and young at heart aspire to create a w…