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Two Weeks to the Election Day Finish Line—Sunday Political Brunch October 21, 2018—Two Weeks to the Election Day Finish Line…

Crypto’s Summer Time Sadness, Paul Johnson, Guest MINDSETTER™—Crypto's Summer Time Sadness, Paul Johnson, Guest MINDSETTER™

A Look Back, & A Look Ahead, At Oregon’s Back-to-Back Weekends vs. Washington Teams—A Look Back, & A Look Ahead, At…

Microsoft Co-Founder Allen Passes Away at 65—Microsoft Co-Founder Allen Passes Away at 65

Of Political Odds and Ends—The Sunday Political Brunch October 14, 2018—Of Political Odds and Ends -- The Sunday…

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Portland Ranked as Best Foodie City in Country—Portland Ranked as Best Foodie City in Country

UN Ambassador Nikki Haley Resigns—UN Ambassador Nikki Haley Resigns

“Is the Trump Political Bubble About to Burst?”—Sunday Political Brunch—October 7, 2018—“Is the Trump Political Bubble About to Burst?”…

Goodbye Earl Thomas And Thank You For The Memories—Goodbye Earl Thomas And Thank You For The…

 
 
 

The California Political Earthquake? - Sunday Political Brunch - June 10, 2018

Well, my headline is deceiving, yet it is an attention getter. No, there was truly no major earthquake in California, or in any of the...

The Political Dog Daze of Summer—Sunday Political Brunch June 3, 2018

We’ve had blistering heat and humidity in much of the nation over the past week. Politics took a very brief break over the...

Where’s the “Blue Wave?” – Sunday Political Brunch May 27, 2018

Mark Curtis

For the third straight week, we had four Tuesday state primaries across the nation. Are we seeing any trends yet? Voters went to the polls...

The Policy of Speak Softly May be Dead—Sunday Political Brunch—May 20, 2018

Political discourse is loud these days, as witnessed by all the negative, campaign attack ads for the past few months in the 2018 primary election states....

A Primary Post Mortem—The Sunday Political Brunch—May 13, 2018

The first big primary election cluster of the 2018 campaign season is over, and there's a lot to dissect. West Virginia, Ohio, North Carolina and...

Will May’s Primary Political Colors be Red or Blue?—Sunday Political Brunch May 6

We are six months away from the November election, but this week is a critical step in the process. Four states – Ohio, North Carolina,...

The Trump Foreign Policy Doctrine May Be Taking Shape - Sunday Political Brunch April 29

More and more these days, the focus of the White House seems to be on foreign policy. President Trump has had a mixed record on...

Our First Ladies are a National Treasure – Sunday Political Brunch—April 22, 2018

Mark Curtis

I was sad to hear of former First Lady Barbara Bush’s passing this week at the age of 92. She was a remarkable woman...

“Mission Accomplished” in Syria - Not so Fast

Last Friday, April 13th, 2018, President Donald Trump ordered strikes on military targets across Syria in response to the gas attacks in the Syrian city of...

On the Road Again on the Political Trail - The Sunday Political Brunch, April 15

Mark Curtis

I'm on the road this week, including a trip on the nation's capitol. There were some fascinating political developments this week, including that...

A “Big Price to Pay” for Syria

The Syrian regime led by President Bashar al-Assad has – yet again -- used chemical weapons on its own people. This comes at a time...

The Race to the Primary Finish Line - Sunday Political Brunch April 8, 2018

I’ve had a fascinating week as a political reporter. I began in Broward County, Florida – sadly, home of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas...

Time for a Political Smackdown Sunday Political Brunch April 1, 2018

We were on the road this week for the West Virginia Broadcasters Association annual meeting and awards dinner. I am proud to report our team...

The Sunday Political Brunch—March 25, 2018

Mark Curtis

Well politics was all over the map this week. A lot of fascinating stuff happened, and controversy, too. This as we head into the spring...

A ‘Topsy-Turvy’ White House—Sunday Political Brunch - March 18, 2018

It’s been a topsy-turvy week at the White House, with another big departure and the return of a familiar face. Is the President...

Could Trump’s Erosion Become a Political Avalanche?—Sunday Political Brunch March 11

Mark Curtis

President Trump has had some bad weeks since moving into the White House, but this may be one of the worst. Amid staff resignations, plus...

Of Political Turning Points - Sunday Political Brunch March 4

Some of the most fascinating times in politics are when longstanding issues and viewpoints change. The liberal Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA) once said of conservative...

It’s a Pot Luck Sunday Political Brunch – February 25

Mark Curtis

Some weeks there’s a political story that kind of dominates the focus, and makes it easy for a one-topic discussion This week is...

Sunday Political Brunch—The Looming March Madness of Politics February 18

Mark Curtis

We are kind of in the odd political no-man’s land between President Trump’s State of the Union Address, and the spring...

WATCH: Deputy AG Rosenstein’s Announcement of Indictment of 13 Russians

Rod Rosenstein

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein held a press conference to announce the indictment of 13 Russians for interfering the 2016 Presidential Elections. The indictment follows an investigation...

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