from Fiscal Fitness, the blog of the Minnesota Center for Fiscal Excellence by Mark Haveman
As Election Day approaches and another biennial budget session looms, facts about inflation-adjusted government revenue and spending trends are flying fast and furious. A look at why these claims deserve a highly jaundiced eye.
from mnpACT! Progressive Political Blog by Dave Mindeman
Hey. All you students, young people, millenials. Drop that iPad or iPhone; Take off those earbuds, headphones, and that bluetooth for just a second.
We need to talk.
from streets.mn by Ken Avidor
The Twin Cities is hosting the Rail-Volution conference this week. As I watched the Rail-Volution attendees gathered in the refurbished Union Depot last night, I thought what a long way we’ve come from the dark days ten years ago when nearly every transportation meeting I attended included at least one proponent of Personal Rapid Transit, an iteration of a phenomenon some transit professionals have dubbed “gadgetbahn”.
from Stilettos@Sixty by Elana Centor
Would it sound a tad bit like a drama queen to say my son and I have never recaptured the closeness, comfort and ease of conversation that we had during those morning walks? Is it a bad thing? Good thing? Or just a thing- a natural evolution of a mother-son relationship.
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