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John Edwards

Minneapolis, MN
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5 years 29 weeks

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Posted on 11/10/14 at 12:18 pm in response to Ready or not, winter has returned. With ferocity.

When we experienced high heat several years ago, the then global warming purveyors were very concerned about those changes:


WWF Climate Witness story from 2007: “My name is Joe Schaedler.... I have lived my whole life in the vicinity of Minneapolis, Minnesota.... Minnesota is considered a part of “The...

What possible reason would the Commerce Department have for releasing such obviously confusing and highly misleading average rates? Hmm. I wonder. Is it possible that many people will receive double digit increases?

Posted on 10/06/14 at 10:50 am in response to Poll has Dayton up by 10 points over Johnson

Since The Glean is so interested in Wisconsin politics, I was stunned that Mr. Lambert missed this result: Walker Leads Burke 50-45 among likely voters in latest Marquette University poll. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Oct. 1, 2014.)

Personally, I would enjoy more reports about the economic growth in nearby North Dakota and how fracking has led to the dramatic reduction in the nation's gasoline prices.

Posted on 10/02/14 at 10:27 am in response to McFadden gets early endorsement from Forum newspaper chain

Liberals are always quick to slap a label on those with whom they disagree. So now, in Mr. Kimball's view, the Forum newspapers are "conservative." I will wait with anticipation when he attaches a liberal label to the Star-Tribune when it endorses Franken and Dayton.

Posted on 10/02/14 at 10:33 am in response to With 4.5% average increase, MNsure rates to remain lowest in nation

I am all for that Single Payer who is going to pay my health insurance. Is it going to be Bill Gates? Warren Buffet? If Mr. Phelan can tell me, I would appreciate it. I am going to get up early to be first in line in case the Single Payer runs out of money.

Posted on 09/29/14 at 10:16 am in response to Gay music director will not sue Nienstedt over firing

I am still baffled by The Glean's obsessive coverage of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. Is this not Minn(esota) Post? I understand that Brian embarrassingly linked to the hoax because he very much wanted it to be true since he opposes Walker's political views. But, geez, is this not supposed to be a "journalism" site?

Posted on 09/29/14 at 02:57 pm in response to Gay music director will not sue Nienstedt over firing

This is the lead sentence in the article that Brian linked to that was a hoax:

"A self-described militia group claims to be checking names on the 2012 Scott Walker recall petition and plans to confront those found to have outstanding warrants or tax defaults at the polls on Nov. 4."

That is a reference to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, which as I am pointing out, made it a story for Brian. He printed it because he wanted the story to be true. It is similar to Dan Rather...

Posted on 09/11/14 at 01:59 pm in response to Half of bird species face homelessness as changing climate moves habitat

Interesting how selective (or political?) Mr. Meador is in his concern for birds. He cites perceived climate change accelerated by fracking in North Dakota. Yet no mention of liberals' sacrosanct wind turbines that destroy between 10,000 and 500,000 birds annually. (New York Times 12-16-13: A struggle to balance wind energy with wildlife.)

Posted on 09/04/14 at 08:36 pm in response to Steve Isaacs: His legacy should be defined by his journalistic vision

Connie Sullivan's assessment captures Steve Isaacs far better than Tim McGuire's. It is fitting that destroyed trees will be Mr. Isaac's true legacy.

Posted on 09/02/14 at 10:42 am in response to 100 years later, have we learned from the passenger pigeon's extinction?

Why doesn't the Audubon Society itself simply raise the amount it would take to solve the problem. It would amount to $1.65 for each of its 600,000 members. What a PR bonanza: advocates who actually put their money where their mouths are and do not demand that others pay for what they want.