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Dennis Tester

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St. Paul, Minnesota
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Posted on 01/07/15 at 08:43 am in response to Bitter cold means it's way too cool for school

so they can drive to mow the mayor's lawn. But put a red stripe along the bottom to indicate that it's "temporary" in nature so there's no confusion concerning citizenry.

Posted on 01/06/15 at 04:32 pm in response to Business leaders express 'record levels of optimism'

See what happens when the people see that the republicans are in control of congress?

And it made conservatives uncomfortable with George Bush for pushing it.

Conservatives for years had gone on record as saying the federal government should have no role in K-12 education, that the Department of Education should be abolished, and that all K-12 decisions should be local.

Along comes George Bush who, in the spirit of bi-partisanship, invites Ted Kennedy to write legislation that turns that idea on its head.

We bit our tongues because some of the ideas were...

"Many Americans would like to go back in time – to regain what they had before. The world, however, has moved into a new era – marked by Globalization – where companies and countries engage in fierce competition to create the lowest-cost production sites in the world and reap the profits from doing so."

And his solution to such corporate escape is all-day kindergarten.

Posted on 01/05/15 at 11:37 am in response to The mass insanity of World War I — and what we can see in it today

Unless the question is, "How do enslaved people gain their freedom from their enslavers?"

or, "What do you do when your nation is attacked by a fascist, totalitarian state intent on taking over the world?"

or, "What do you do when terrorist states promise to kill everyone who doesn't believe in what they do, and that includes you?"

War results in death and destruction. But some of us would rather die on our feet than live on our knees.

Posted on 01/06/15 at 09:31 am in response to The mass insanity of World War I — and what we can see in it today

published on May 11th, 1939 and gives the comparison between Hitler and Napoleon.

"Is Hitler a Strategic Genius?

Adolf Hitler is still a couple of steps short of Napoleonhood. The fact that he could not rise above the rank of corporal in four years of World War justifies some doubts of his military ability. He does not love to use military expressions in conversation, and is fond of showing of his sometimes astonishing knowledge of technical details. His special per is the navy...

Posted on 01/06/15 at 09:11 am in response to Dayton rips Norm Coleman in interview

for legalization prostitution are the same post-adolescent males who heartily endorse abortion as a means of getting rid of their little mistake. They see women as nothing more than a vessel.

Posted on 12/24/14 at 10:59 am in response to Why Minnesota's biggest GOP donors like Jeb Bush so much

of a donor class that gives big money to a centrist candidate who's policies and governing philosophies would be no different than his opponent's.

Just to get a "win"? I don't get it.

Posted on 12/29/14 at 09:01 am in response to Why Minnesota's biggest GOP donors like Jeb Bush so much

who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the Party over to the so-called moderates wouldn’t make any sense at all.” - Ronald Reagan 1965

had interviews with inconvenienced shoppers which included a young black woman who had nothing but disdain for those who were preventing her from getting her Christmans shopping done. Hell hath no fury like a woman deprived of her ability to shop.

The store owners should sue the organizers for the lost business. I'm sure George Soros would be able to cover it.