GOOD MORNING, BLOGTOWN! Three: don't be his friend. You know you're gonna wake up in his bed in the morning. And if you're under him, you ain't getting over him. LET'S GO TO PRESS.
A nominee for Oregon's 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is under intense scrutiny due to some racially hostile writing he did in college.
Not enough children at Oregon charter schools have been immunized from measles, which could cause an outbreak. THANKS A HEAP, DUMB PARENTS!
The professional losers of Vancouver's Patriot Prayer group traveled to Seattle to stir up some shit (for a change), and were met with lot of resistance—and silly string.
A tough game for the Blazers last night, with the Utah Jazz handily beating the team 115-96. Check out the recap (and halftime fan photos) with our own Arthur Bradford!
The White House continues to be in turmoil following last week's resignation of a domestic abuser, Rob Porter. Chief of Staff John Kelly is in the soup for continuing to let Porter work there without proper security clearance, while Trump is stupidly tweeting out support for abusive men. (You know... like himself.)
(Psst! Check out the new portraits of President Obama and First Lady Michelle!)
One of Porter's ex-wives, Jennie Willoughby, has some choice words for Trump and his defense of abusive men.
Men think women are overreacting to a culture of sexual assault and harassment and it's like you guys remember how you reacted to the female Ghostbusters right?
— Julia Claire (@ohJuliatweets) February 11, 2018
Trump's new budget plan will do away with attempts to reduce the federal deficit, because conservatives just loooooove spending! Speaking of which, hey conservatives! LET'S GO TO THE MALL!
EPA Director Scott Pruitt sure likes to travel first class and live high on the hog for someone in Trump's "drain the swamp" cabinet.
In order to release their rebuttal to Devin Nune's horseshit memo, Democrats have agreed to work with the FBI to redact certain parts. (Surely Trump won't think of a way to block it then, right? Right?)
OLYMPICS NEWS: Mirai Nagasu is first American woman to land a triple axel, Jamie Anderson wins gold again at the women's snowboard slopestyle, an NBC analyst is fired after saying an insensitive comment about Koreans and the Japanese, and is there any way for the Mercury to get some North Korean cheerleaders?
The company behind Ben & Jerry's and Dove is threatening to pull their ads unless Facebook and Google gets their shit together—or in their words "create divisions in society or fail to protect young people."
The New York attorney general has filed a lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein and his company for continuing harassment and defying state human rights laws.
Now let's look up at the WEATHER: A cold kickoff leads to a sunny day with a high of 50.
And finally, I hope you will be as chill about this coming week as this cat is about having a toy train track run over his back.