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Steve Sundberg

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St. Paul, Minnesota
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Did I miss this, or was it forgotten?

Phil Nausbaum, Bluegrass Saturday Morning @ 7-11 a.m. on KBEM.

I always thoroughly enjoy your wanderings, Andy! There's always something new you bring to the journey. Keep on truckin'!

Re: the six-pointed star. According to the wiki: "In Christianity it is often called the star of creation. In Orthodox Christian churches, for example in Balkan countries, hexagrams can be found more often than in Roman Catholic churches ..."

... and: "In various places in the Qur'an, it is written that David and King Solomon were prophets and kings and...

John Hinderaker is quoted above as saying "Franken has never been very popular and has been a cipher during his six years in Washington."

And, yet, Franken is leading in the polling 50%-39%.

Posted on 09/04/14 at 07:46 am in response to Family says St. Paul woman recruited to aid terrorists in Syria

At the crux of the matter, IIRC, is that MacDonald did not inform MNGOP of her impending court case. So, wouldn't that be a party endorsement under false pretenses? The issue isn't that she got a DWI; the issue is that MacDonald flaunted party rules to gain the endorsement (and, subsequently, flaunted criminal law when most recently arrested for violating the her pre-trial driving restrictions).

From MinnPost 7/21/14:

"The controversy began at the state party convention in May...

Posted on 09/04/14 at 08:51 am in response to Family says St. Paul woman recruited to aid terrorists in Syria

MacDonald was given a citation for violating her driving restrictions. She was not arrested. Yet. ;)

Posted on 08/25/14 at 08:41 am in response to GOP Supreme Court candidate vows to stay in race

AFAIK, MNGOP was aware of Emmer's record when he campaigned for the party endorsement. On the other hand, MacDonald said nothing to MNGOP about her pending charge; MNGOP did not even know of it until AFTER the endorsement. THAT is what makes her situation different and of concern to MNGOP.

Posted on 08/12/14 at 11:26 am in response to Less than a year of jail time for man who raped two girls

... between Stanley's office and his lawyers' office. So, of course, the Hubbards had nothing to do with it. They weren't in the same room where the decision was made so, of course, not! Nuh-uh.


Posted on 07/17/14 at 09:36 am in response to White House moves to stop Medtronic's Irish tax strategy

@Dennis: Given how many on the rabid right think taxes are unconstitutional to begin with, your argument is a non sequitur. ;)

Posted on 05/20/14 at 07:55 am in response to It's Super Bowl pitch day in Atlanta, but will it be Big Easy?

Yeah, really. If only everyone would work for peanuts, business would be in great shape. /sarcasm off

Posted on 12/20/13 at 09:25 am in response to One estimate: Cost of Target data breach could hit $680 million

Greg, the 1st amendment guarantees that the GOVERNMENT will not interfere with free speech. Says nothing about corporations ... which, if you were fully aware, do have complete freedom to restrict free speech.

Disney and Hearst (co-owners of A&E) made a business decision wrt Phil Robertson. Given Disney's recent history re: gay rights, I am not surprised that they would continue to be extra-sensitive to the issue.

As for Mr. Robertson, he did not have his freedom to speak...