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Yesterday, yet another news conference with yet another lawsuit accusing yet another Catholic clergyman of abusing yet more children.
I talked to another vet who’d recently found housing and asked him how it was going.
“Oh, it had bed bugs and I moved out,” he said. “I don’t mind. I’ve been homeless so long, I guess I prefer it. I’m happy staying at a church now where they have shelter overflow. The people there are real nice, and I don’t have a problem with alcohol, so I can stay there.”
The Plan B Debacle: The Sequel
Levonorgestrelan (brand name “Plan B”) is an emergency contraceptive that prevents ovulation after unprotected sex and has been shown to reduce the number of unwanted pregnancies and abortions.
I had a chance to catch a bit of Mark Dayton’s appearance on Mid-Day with Gary Eichten on MPR on the 13th. While the show’s topic was Dayton’s first year in office, spending the public’s money on a new stadium for our local NFL franchise was the most popular topic among callers who, generally, did not support the Vikings’ demands for public funding.
That said, NR still has a strong presence on the conservative scene and it has now offered its view on the campaign. And we are told that Newt Gingrich should be straight out
I was recently sent a narrative explaining a unique approach to economic development called “economic gardening.” Sure, this is one of many different buzzwords going around now but I thought the description was worthwhile, and relevant to some of the ideas about economic innovation here on the Iron Range and throughout post-industrial or rural communities in the U.S.