Lincoln has a special importance in the history of Minnesota not only because of his political legacy but also the fact that 1860 was the first presidential election the state could vote in.
The wisdom came as he defended himself from a suit by Northwestern College of Law for unpaid tuition.
SNAP is back in the news again, and I’m appalled — though not surprised — by how it’s being framed.
“Upon the high and burnished heavens these words: The place to buy hardware stoves and tinsware is at Pierce’s.”
The first, and only, time the author Sinclair Lewis met future-governor Floyd B. Olson.