Editorial Cartoons

  • From The (Medford) Mail Tribune
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U.S. Rep. Greg Walden hasn’t been among those members of Congress confronting angry crowds at town hall meetings since President Donald Trump was sworn in — in large part because he hasn’t held one recently in populated places such as Medford or even Jackson County. He needs to face the musi…

  • The News-Review Editorial Board
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On Jan. 21, the day after President Donald Trump took office, millions of people around the world took to the streets in a bold demonstration of unity to rally for the rights of women and gender equality, above all else. For some, the Women’s March on Washington, and the many “sister marches…

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This is an editorial that was originally written by Francis Pharcellus Church in 1879 and printed in the New York’s Sun, in response to an eight-year-old girl’s question. It is one of the most reprinted editorials.

  • From The Register-Guard
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The growing furor about U.S. intelligence agencies’ findings that Russia interfered in the recent presidential election begs for a unified response.

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Library lovers in Roseburg made their views abundantly clear in the November election. Unlike the county as a whole, the majority of Roseburg voters said they wanted to save their library by forming a countywide library district.

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Hundreds of bills are proposed in the state legislature each session. Some will make it over the hurdles one-by-one — first surviving a committee hearing and vote, then the House and Senate, and finally a signature from the governor.

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W olves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park in 1995. Four years later a single wolf was sighted in Eastern Oregon. And then in 2011, OR7, a radio-collared wolf, made his presence known in the Southern Cascades. He probably set foot in eastern Douglas County on his travels.

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Police photos involving dead crime victims would be exempt from public records laws under Senate Bill 508, which unfortunately was passed by the Senate Committee on Judiciary last week on a unanimous vote.

  • From The (Eugene) Register-Guard
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An investigation into events leading to the firing of Oregon Lottery Director Jack Roberts last year has shed some welcome light on what had been a murky situation at an agency that handles a lot of public funds.

  • The News-Review Editorial Board
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The recent sex scandal that led to the resignation of Winston’s mayor has the city’s voters shaking their heads somberly. Hindsight is always 20/20, as the saying goes, but the cliché could be just as deceiving as our recollections of the past.

  • From The (Medford) Mail Tribune
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After voters resoundingly defeated Ballot Measure 97, a $6 billion proposed tax increase on large corporations, the measure’s backers came up with a revised tax plan they hoped could gain traction in Salem. But judging from a new poll of Oregon voters released last week, the public wants to …

  • From The East Oregonian
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In a way, Oregon finally gets to turn the page on the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters, little more than a year after a 41-day standoff came to a close.

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