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Grand Old Potty

The Republican gubernatorial primary turns into a pissing match over ex-Gov. Neil Goldschmidt.


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Republican Kevin Mannix promised as far back as March that opponent-to-be Ron Saxton's ties to ex-Gov. Neil Goldschmidt would haunt Saxton in the 2006 GOP race for governor.And lo and behold, the issu ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 30, 2005 Max Muller

El Gaucho


Rogue of the Week
At downtown Portland's swanky El Gaucho, $50 filets mignons come with potatoes (your choice, baked or scalloped). But first place in a $1,000-per-entry pool tournament at the high-end steakhouse doesn ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 30, 2005 Max Muller

Sen. Larry Craig


Rogue of the Week
Why would a U.S. senator work so diligently to kill a 12-person federal agency in Portland that provides data on Columbia River salmon and steelhead?Well, that's what the Rogue Desk wanted to learn wh ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 16, 2005 Max Muller

Radio-Active Fallout

Lars Larson is a coveted but controversial product pitchman.


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People's Food Co-op in Southeast Portland launched a boycott last month against Oregon Rain bottled water.Newberg-based Oregon Rain isn't produced in Pearl River Delta sweatshops. Nor is it filled wit ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 9, 2005 Max Muller

Goodwill


Rogue of the Week
Full disclosure from the Rogue Desk: The beloved shop that once supplied us coffee and baklava is gone, and we're bummed. Imagine our anger then, when we learned of Goodwill's Rogue-ish role in the cl ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 9, 2005 Max Muller

Come One, Come All

Everything you need to know about opening party primaries to all Oregonians.


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A proposal to open Oregon's political primaries to voters from any party may sound pretty poli-sci wonky.But if you need proof of the heat that seemingly dry idea can generate, check out the political ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2005 Max Muller

Wal-Mart


Rogue of the Week
Wal-Mart has ginned up a lot of local ill will from Gresham to Beaverton-and points in between-with a full-court press to build its business-killing behemoth stores. And now the Rogue Desk has one mor ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 21, 2005 Max Muller
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