Guest column: Support union protests of Facebook in Prineville.

When The Bulletin editorial board says protesters at Facebook don’t deserve your sympathy, you are … Read more

Commentary: America, you love bundles

Cable providers are possibly America’s most unlovable monopoly. Small wonder, then, that so many people … Read more

Editorial: Did Gov. Brown pick the right priority for a special session?

Gov. Kate Brown has called for a one-day special legislative session in June to give … Read more

Editorial: Vote for the Bend fire levy

When representatives of the Bend Fire Department and Deschutes Rural Fire Protection District were campaigning … Read more

Letters: Don’t give away land; Install metal detectors; Protect babies; Good citizens; Elect DeBone

Make a better choice with land I am writing in response to article regarding the … Read more

Commentary: The blindness of social wealth

There’s a mountain of evidence suggesting that the quality of our relationships has been in … Read more

Editorial: Kiely the best choice for District 53 Dems

State Rep. Gene Whisnant, whose 53rd state House district is sort of like a donut … Read more

Editorial: Governor and Legislature need to do more about PERS

Sunday’s Bulletin featured a New York Times story highlighting the devastating math of Oregon’s public … Read more

Syria exhibits harm of lack of a U.S.-led world order

The bloody mess that is Syria stands as Exhibit A of what is happening to … Read more

Commentary: When it comes to debt, neither a lover nor a hater be

Miraculous Mr. Shakespeare is at his subtle best, methinks, when he has Polonius, the old … Read more

Commentary: PRO: The question allows government to properly disburse needed funds and services

Editor’s note: The writer is addressing the question, “Should our next census ask about citizenship … Read more

Commentary: CON: Such questions don’t belong in a free country’s census

Editor’s note: The writer is addressing the question, “ Should our next census ask about … Read more

Commentary: Compassion for Syrians stops at U.S. shores

President Donald Trump, livid at the suspected chemical attack that inflicted civilian casualties in Syria, … Read more

Commentary: Tesla’s manufacturing ‘hell’ won’t slow down electric cars

Having more orders than you can fill is generally deemed a high-class problem. Despite demand … Read more

Editorial: Don’t give Oregon Lexus lanes

Being stuck in traffic is not a feel-good moment. The Oregon Department of Transportation has … Read more

Editorial: Council was right to back crosswalk

In a perfect world the city of Bend would have all the money it needs … Read more

Guest column: Trump isn’t winning on trade with China

In regard to a potential trade war with China, President Donald Trump is fighting the … Read more

Letters: Vote Tony DeBone; Medical crisis; Vote Sam Carpenter; Safety first

Vote Tony DeBone As a Central Oregon resident and real estate agent for over 21 … Read more

Commentary: College essay tests deserve to die

Every year more than a million students pay an extra fee to do the optional … Read more

Commentary: The outstanding Paul Ryan departs

House Speaker Paul Ryan is retiring, and some say good riddance to bad rubbish while … Read more

Commentary: The crisis in journalism has become a crisis of democracy

Shortly after starting as a newspaper reporter in the coal-fields region of eastern Kentucky, Will … Read more

Commentary: The failures of Anti-Trumpism

WACO, Texas — Over the past year, those of us in the anti-Trump camp have … Read more

Editorial: Stop playing tricks on taxpayers

What better way for Oregon legislators to show they are in touch with their constituents … Read more

Editorial: National registry might have helped Hart children

Just about everyone has seen the picture of young Devonte Hart weeping and hugging a … Read more

Commentary: Tax dollars for napping

Dear Government: Enclosed please find my 2017 tax form, and a check for the amount … Read more

Commentary: A renaissance on the right

What’s bad for the gavel is good for the pen. The Republican Party is in … Read more

Editorial: Measure would add a piece to housing puzzle

A constitutional amendment that will make it easier to finance affordable housing in the state … Read more

Editorial: Make Zemke Jefferson County Clerk

Four candidates seek to replace Jefferson County Clerk Kathy Marston when she retires at the … Read more

Guest column: Get out and march for science

On Saturday, Bend will join more than 70 cities around the world, from Washington, D.C., … Read more

Commentary: Social Security is becoming more generous, not less

Ronald Reagan once quipped that he didn’t worry about the budget deficit, because it was … Read more

Editorial: Extra money good for Sisters schools

The Sisters School District is not average. Its students beat the statewide high school graduation … Read more

Editorial: Why Bend voters should care about transportation committee’s anti-car bias

One councilor says it’s fine to ignore elected leaders’ wishes.

Bend City Councilor Barb Campbell offered an interesting piece of advice Tuesday to the roughly … Read more

Letters: Go vegan; Vote McLeod-Skinner; Consider alternative sites for bridge; No plea deal

Consider alternatives sites for bridge In your April 5 editorial about the proposed bridge over … Read more

Commentary: Zuckerberg is winning the Facebook hearings. It’s a loss for the rest of us.

Mark Zuckerberg did just fine in his first turn in the congressional hot seat. The … Read more

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