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Gerardo Mosquera

Soccer Payroll = An Empty Net.

Rogue of the Week
Life for employees of the Portland Rain—a first-year team in the Women’s Premier Soccer League—hasn’t been lucrative. This week’s Rogue, former team owner Gerardo Mosquer ...   More
Wednesday, July 29, 2009 WW Editorial Staff

Portland Anti-Racist Action

Inciting revenge, anonymously.

Rogue of the Week
In the case of Portland Anti-Racist Action, the road to this week’s Rogue is paved with good intentions. PARA put up 200 fliers July 7 along Northwest 21st and 23rd avenues outing neighborhood r ...   More
Wednesday, July 15, 2009 WW Editorial Staff

Oregon District Attorneys Association

One more public records restriction.

Rogue of the Week
The road to government secrecy is paved with good intentions—as most recently exemplified by this week’s Rogue, the Oregon District Attorneys Association. The DAs persuaded lawmakers in th ...   More
Wednesday, July 8, 2009 WW Editorial Staff

Brandon Caselman

An insurance agent who lost his license over his million-dollar “advice.”

Rogue of the Week
In the pantheon of dirtbag activities, ripping off senior citizens is right at the top of the list. This week’s Rogue, Brandon Caselman, 28, until recently a Portland insurance agent who worked ...   More
Wednesday, June 10, 2009 WW Editorial Staff

Karla Keller

Worse than parking tickets: Drinking and driving.

Rogue of the Week
While researching this week’s story “Meter Maid” (see left), more than just parking tickets jumped out in a review of court records on Oregon Department of Transportation regional ma ...   More
Wednesday, June 3, 2009 WW Editorial Staff

Ken Allen, Dan Clay, Tom Chamberlain

Look for the union label.

Rogue of the Week
We at the Rogue Desk can stomach an attack ad if it’s got some substance. But this week’s roster of Rogues—Ken Allen, executive director of Oregon AFSCME Council 75; Dan Clay, presi ...   More
Wednesday, May 27, 2009 WW Editorial Staff

Ed Kraus

Oy vey. Slapping down an open hand.

Rogue of the Week
With a cease-fire in the Middle East and President Obama promising renewed diplomatic efforts, there’s tentative new hope for a lasting end to the decades-old Palestinian-Israeli conflict. So it ...   More
Wednesday, May 20, 2009 WW Editorial Staff

Bakke Properties

Who’s the real vermin?

Rogue of the Week
Bedbugs fall well short of the next global pandemic. They do share one thing with swine flu, however: It’s impossible to know for sure the exact course of their spreading. You wouldn’t kno ...   More
Wednesday, May 6, 2009 WW Editorial Staff

Laurie Monnes Anderson

Wrong time to kill a watchdog.

Rogue of the Week
At a time when Portland City Council is raiding obscure pots of money to subsidize questionable ballpark proposals and a risky headquarters hotel concept, the last thing taxpayers need is boneheaded l ...   More
Wednesday, April 29, 2009 WW Editorial Staff

Mayor Sam Adams

One deal too many.

Rogue of the Week
There is no shortage of reasons Mayor Sam Adams deserves scrutiny as he races to close the deal on a new Major League Soccer team at PGE Park and a new minor-league baseball stadium at the Rose Quarte ...   More
Wednesday, April 22, 2009 WW Editorial Staff
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