We know it is not that simple, but when making arguments everyone runs to one extreme side of the ledger or the other.
This man is a violation of American principles in every aspect of his actions.
By putting so much authority in the hands of an administration appointee, the attorney general, Neal Katyal’s rules can be usurped by a corrupt and partisan AG bent on protecting the president.
I would venture to say that Democrats have done more for rural Minnesota than the Minnesota Republicans have ever accomplished. Look at the record.
A good mass transit system’s dividends: less pollution, fewer traffic jams, fewer single-occupant cars, more development around rail, lower maintenance costs (as compared to roads), and more construction jobs.
Minnesota’s medical marijuana program is far too restrictive, too timid, and too costly.
Complaints aside, what exactly would the Senate minority have done to solve the space issue?
Instant criticism from Republicans of the deal is a failure to look at the bigger picture.
After a session of posturing and partisan barbs, the important decisions in Minnesota are getting made behind closed doors.
Republicans are always careful about raising taxes, but when it comes to debt, they are the equivalent of your friend who uses one credit card to pay off another.
A bill that would increase the maximum truck load from 80,000 to 97,000 pounds is weaving its way through the legislature.
We need to make a dramatic move in transportation. For greater Minnesota, for suburban Minnesota, for the Metro — for everyone in this state.
In greater Minnesota there are just four outlets medical marijuana: Hibbing, Moorhead, St. Cloud, and Rochester.
The weighted average assumes that people will renew the same policy they chose last year.
It is hard to believe that the issue that defined the Minnesota GOP when they controlled the Minnesota House — gay marriage and the amendment — has now completely vanished from their political radar.
2014 is going to be described as either a joke (at best) or the death knell of the IP.
We hear so often that Obamacare is unpopular — but what do polling numbers really say?
Too often the IP is forced to take “anybody” willing to file for office. The messages get mixed up and sometimes are uncertain.