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Pete Hegseth: VA Secretary Numbers Don’t Add Up

Pete Hegseth

Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald was on NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday to talk about the firings in his department following the VA wait time scandal. However, the numbers he provided caused several red flags for those who have closely followed the scandal. Pete Hegseth is CEO of Concerned Veterans for America. On his organization’s website, Hegseth writes: “According

Ore. Sen. Betsy Johnson: Low Carbon Fuel Standard is ‘Bad Politics’

Betsy Johnson

Oregon Senator Betsy Johnson (D-Scappoose) joined me in the Oregon State Capitol Tuesday. The Senator had just arrived from the Senate floor, where a four-hour debate resulted in the passage of a low carbon fuel standard bill. Johnson was the lone Democrat opposed to the bill. “I think it’s bad policy, and it’s bad politics,” she said. The bill now

I Finally Got Some Face Time with The Governor

Lars Kitz

Thanks to our good friends at the Oregon Association of Broadcasters for inviting us down to broadcast from Oregon’s capital.

Sebastian Gorka: We Can Finally Put The WMD Argument To Bed

Operation Avarice

Dr. Sebastian Gorka joined the show Monday to discuss Operation Avarice, in which the CIA was said to have worked together with American troops to purchase nerve agents from a secretive seller, weapons which were then destroyed. While this may seem to finally put the WMD argument to rest, Dr. Gorka says that it was already obvious that Saddam Hussein had the weapons in Iraq. The whole

Online Attack Steals $1 Billion From Banks


Author and former internet security executive Douglas Brunt joined the show Monday to discuss the nearly $1 billion stolen from banks in Russia, Ukraine, China, and the United States. Brunt says that this latest attack was different for several reasons. “Typically when they’ve gone after corporations it hasn’t been for cash as much as it’s been for data,” he says. Also, the targets in

DOJ Subpoenas Kitz, Hayes, 11 State Agencies

Kitz Swearing In

The U.S. Department of Justice has filed criminal subpoenas for records related to Governor John Kitzhaber and Cylvia Hayes. Nigel Jaquiss of Willamette Week reports: The subpoenas seek all “information, records and documents, including data electronically or digitally stored on computer devices” relating to Kitzhaber, Hayes, 15 other people and 11 state agencies, including the governor’s office.” The subpoenas come only

Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber Announces Resignation


John Kitzhaber has submitted his resignation as governor of the state of Oregon, following confusing back-and-forth rumors and denials. The morning of the announcement, several news sources began to tweet developments. Two heavily tinted vehicles quickly leave a driveway next to the governors home #LiveOnK2 — Brian A. Smith (@BrianASKATU) February 13, 2015 Doors just closed inside the governor’s

Gov. Kitzhaber’s Office Tried To Destroy Emails


Newly discovered records show that the office of embroiled Oregon governor John Kitzhaber tried to have thousands of personal emails destroyed from state servers.. According to records obtained by 101.9 KINK’s Sheila Hamilton and Nigel Jaquiss from Willamette Week, the governor’s executive assistant Jan Murdock “wanted all emails from Kitzhaber’s personal email accounts removed from state servers.” That request was dated one

Oregon State Treasurer Ted Wheeler Asks John Kitzhaber to Resign


Statement from Treasurer Ted Wheeler on Governor Kitzhaber  SALEM, OR – State Treasurer Ted Wheeler released the following statement on Governor Kitzhaber:  “It is with deep sadness that I ask Governor John Kitzhaber to resign his position as Governor of Oregon. He has accomplished many great things during his long career, and history will be kinder to him than current

Gov. Kitzhaber: ‘I Have No Intention Of Resigning”

Kitz And Hayes

Speculation was rampant this morning that Governor John Kitzhaber might resign. First, there was news that Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown had cut short a weeklong visit to Washington, D.C., catching a quick flight back to the state. Shortly after, the governor canceled his public appearance plans for Valentine’s Day. The governor’s lawyer, Jim McDermott, then denied the rumor to

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