The big talk is only going to get bigger in the coming weeks. Our nervous system needs the “little” things, too, and so do we.
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The group of former Republican or anti-Trump Republican political figures has been making and airing some of the most withering anti-Trump TV ads.
I propose we reconsider our public spaces every 40 years.
Inevitably because of our current electoral season, my most recent rereading of the book conjured up similarities between the story and Donald Trump and his America.
The Twin Cities-Milwaukee-Chicago project would add a second daily Amtrak train between St. Paul and Chicago following the route of the famed Empire Builder.
Buchanan, a Pennsylvania Democrat, was president in the four years leading up to the Civil War, including the final months of his term when southern states started seceding.
We must make our informed choice and pull a lever, check a box, or punch a chad. Like it or not, this is our burden as citizens of the greatest country to ever grace God’s green earth.
We must protect the Boundary Waters from proposed sulfide-ore copper mining in its watershed.
Titled “End Our National Crisis,” it begins: “Donald Trump’s re-election campaign poses the greatest threat to American democracy since World War II.”
Expanding the number of Supreme Court justices makes sense for wholly apolitical reasons. The main one is the favorable effect it would have on the court’s productivity.
M Health Fairview, Augsburg University, East Africa Health Project and People’s Center Clinics & Services are partnering to open an expanded and enhanced “Health Commons” space in the Riverside Plaza complex.
Why do we have to put down others, speak in disgust of others, to show the value of the Latine community?
The Spot, Palmer’s Bar and the Black Hart are hanging on. But with winter approaching and nothing but crickets from Congress, the coming season might be the worst for local pubs since Prohibition.
After nearly two weeks of conflicting reports about President Trump’s COVID-19 condition and his apparent incredible recovery, I’ve had cause to recall the years I spent as a medical-center spokesperson.
Friedman, who said he is really worried right now, suggested that American governance needs a dose of “radical centrism.”
Three plans for new fossil gas plants in the region are based on a series of myths about gas versus clean energy as a source of electricity.
Of course, rich and powerful interests are involved, usually behind the scenes, in matters affecting their business and their ideological interests. But Whitehouse laid out in some detail how it works.
Unnecessary interference in the state’s elections by private security agencies or armed citizens who aim to “defend” right-wing ideology is a dangerous escalation of tensions.
If Scandinavian Americans are dismayed and disturbed by people and groups who use Nordic themes and heritage as weapons against people of color, immigrants, and Indigenous people, we should not ignore this misuse of history and culture but hold it up for study.
The hearings, which began this morning, are a bit of a sham and not subtly so.