Call of (parental) Duty: Parts 1, 2 and 3
from Human Rights Warrior by Jennifer Prestholdt
A mom and her son debate the merits of violent video games.
from Tim Droogsma’s Blog
If you want to stop mass school killings, here’s how you do it: You post a trained, armed guard in every school in America. Let’s think about the mechanics and cost of that.
from Girl Meets Geek by Kate-Madonna Hindes
This week in Iowa, a court ruled that managers and owners could, “fire workers for irresistible temptation.”
from streets.mn by Julie Kosbab
Downtown has a 21% office vacancy rate, and a big empty county jail on the river no one wants to redevelop. The optimism of the city in press conferences seems to be driven by the fact no one wants to walk out and say, “meh.” So what to do with the space? Here are a few ideas.
from mnpACT! Progressive Political Blog by Dave Mindeman
A liberal blogger’s take on the best and worst personalities to grace Minnesota politics in the past year.
from Wry Wing Politics by Joe Loveland
I do feel we should invest in rennovation of the State Capitol Building and most other older public buildings. They are historic and heavily used public assets that are well worth preserving for future generations of Minnesotans. But I’m not persuased that The Residence is worth a $6 million renovation, because I’m not sure it’s needed at all.
from the Structure Tech Home Inspection Blog by Reuben Saltzman
We post a new home inspection photo on the Structure Tech Facebook Page five days a week. After pouring over all of our photos from the last year, we’ve come up with our favorite home inspection pics from 2012.
from Minnesota Prairie Roots by Audrey Kletscher Helbling
The photographic year in review…