Forget about December 2013 for a moment, and consider how things will look like on November 4, 2014.
A false assertion gets over 10,000 placements in the conservative echo chamber, and the correction gets 3 hits in the 14th paragraph of the follow-up article.
As a liberal, I hope Daytonomics bests Walkernomics, and expect it will. But it’s much too early to make declare a winner.
Minnesota’s minimum wage hasn’t been adjusted in a very long time, and plenty of successful economies are operating very successfully with a much higher minimum wage.
Government in the abstract is quite unpopular, while government in the specific is quite popular.
Teddy Roosevelt said “the only man who never makes a mistake is the man who never does anything.”
Mr. Wilf’s growing reputation problems run the risk of creating business problems.
Americans support the abstract notion of “cutting government spending,” but oppose cutting any of the component parts of “government spending.”
Voting suppressor enthusiasts need something to cover up that which is embarrassing to show in public, a sort of 501(c)(3) fig leaf.
Vikings owner Zygi Wilf hopes to secure a cool $10 to $15 million per year off of naming rights of the new stadium.
In a State Capitol environment rife with puerile debates, the most inane are those associated with confirmation of gubernatorial nominations to cabinet posts.
I’m not interested in buying some of what Gov. Dennis Daugaard is so aggressively selling — low taxes and subsequently poor services.
You can’t simultaneously be for improved services, no new taxes, and a balanced budget and be said to have a balanced or responsible position.
As the Minnesota House debates legislation to extend the freedom to marry to gay people, I’ve been reflecting on my own journey on this issue.
Higher education administrators, I’m willing to hold up my end of the higher education finance bargain. Are you willing to hold up your end on the cost-containment front?
Now that Attorney General Swanson has moved the Fairview-Sanford merger issue into the sunshine, what questions should Minnesotans be asking about it?
This practiced use of the epithet “Democrat Party” isn’t correct, and it usually isn’t a mistake.