Politics & Policy
Analysis by Doug Grow | Monday, Oct. 20, 2008 Since Congresswoman Michele Bachmann questioned Barack Obama’s patriotism on national television Friday, donations from across the country have poured into the campaign of her opponent, El Tinklenberg.
Believe it or not, one of the most striking facts about the U.S. economy over the past 25 years has been the relative stability it has enjoyed — until all hell broke loose the last few months.
Two men are walking toward each other on a narrow sidewalk. One is Asian and one is white. Who steps aside to let the other pass?
Can there be too much theater at once? Maybe so. There certainly is more going on right now than one person can hope to see.
The presidential election of 2008 is virtually a dead heat. It’s baffling to many of the political pundits, as well as to laymen who closely follow this election.
Last year, 1,681,678 Minnesotans attended the State Fair. That means 3,485,423 stayed home. So, which bunch had the better idea?
If you believe that alcohol lubricates creativity, then it’s no surprise that Dean Phillips has quietly emerged as one of the more innovative marketers in the Twin Cities.
Even during a holiday week, lots of MinnPost readers found time to comment on topics ranging from offshore oil drilling to the Chinese Olympics, Iran, Iraq — and a slew of nominations for 150 Minnesota moments to forget…
Among the topics stirring MinnPost readers to comment recently were education funding, poll results, the dismal state of the Timberwolves and Red Lake drug trafficking. Here are some examples…