Tag Archives: Ellen Rosenblum

Portland’s Brand of Progressive Hate

Years before Donald Trump was elected president, Jeremy Joseph Christian was building a criminal record that included convictions for robbery, kidnapping and being a felon in possession of a firearm. The Portland man is now accused of whipping out a knife on a commuter train and slashing the throats of three men, killing two of […]

The Smug Life: Having It All

Only in America would a woman with a husband, two children and her dream job at the State Department (with a back-up position as a tenured Princeton professor) complain that she can’t have it all. And only in America would the media gather around and commiserate. In the current issue of The Atlantic, Anne-Marie Slaughter, […]

Rosenblum fails ‘the vulnerable’

Michael Scott Simons confessed to sexually abusing three women with Alzheimer’s disease. Ellen Rosenblum, candidate for Oregon’s Attorney General, let him out of prison. As a judge on the Oregon Court of Appeals, Rosenblum wrote the opinion in 2007 freeing Simons four years after a 98-year prison sentence. Joshua Norman Kelley’s confessions about molesting two […]

AG’s Race Goes Up in Smoke

If politics makes for strange bedfellows, Ellen Rosenblum’s husband might be wondering who she’s curling up with, now that she’s running for Oregon Attorney General. Or perhaps Richard Meeker doesn’t care. As publisher of Willamette Week newspaper he’ll gladly take money from advertisers selling the hottest girls (“Give in to your wildest fantasies!”) or pushing […]