I've been away most of this week, so this morning I've been catching up the goings on in the news. Here is what I've learned so far:
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts didn't vote to uphold the Affordable Care Act because it was the proper legal decision. He did it because he's an epileptic sellout who was afraid of being delegitimized before David Axelrod murdered his family. (No. Really.)
Or maybe it's just that Roberts was born in Kenya.
I'm really, really glad I don't live in the Clackamas River Water district.
I'm starting to wonder if the process around the annexation at Hayden Island isn't turning into another unjustifiable land use mess.
There may actually be a vigorous, contested race among Republicans to replace Matt Wingard in the Oregon House. I don't actually know any of these candidates, so some of them may or may not have a legit shot. But at least it doesn't appear to be a sham coronation, as it was when Wingard took the seat.