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Conservation vs. crops

January 28, 2016 Farmers are finding conservations a more inviting program as crop prices continue to languish, according to a report this week on Minnesota Public Radio. more »»

Sympathy for the East Coast

January 27, 2016 As people who have lived through knee-high snowfalls, we can sympathize with people living on the East Coast who endured a mammoth blizzard over the weekend. more »»

Giving more to Iran

January 26, 2016 President Barack Obama doesn’t have much money to spare to find new jobs for coal miners whose jobs he killed, or pipeline workers who won’t get to work on the KeystoneXL Pipeline project he quashe. more »»

Claims not believable

January 25, 2016 President Barack Obama wants us to believe anti-American Iranian officials are our friends, now. They can be trusted, he insists. more »»

Upping grants won’t make college affordable

January 24, 2016 Federal student loan and grant programs have not made college more affordable. They have merely provided billions of dollars in taxpayer money to help pay for it. more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

January 23, 2016 Gas guzzlers coming back? SIDEWAYS THUMB: Low gas prices are a welcome relief for most of the American public that has dreaded the prospect of refilling the gas tank in the past few years. more »»

Heating dangers

January 22, 2016 We are glad two Courtland women were unharmed in a fire that damaged a Courtland home early Tuesday mornin. more »»

Quantity over quality

January 21, 2016 Like shady used-car salespeople who need to meet quotas, federal officials in charge of the Obamacare program are far more concerned with numbers than quality care for customers. more »»

Why does Obama oppose screening Syrian refugees?

January 20, 2016 Already approved by the House of Representatives, a bill requiring rigorous screening of Syrian and Iraqi refugees who want to come to the United States is being taken up by the Senate. more »»

Bonding proposal

January 19, 2016 Gov. Mark Dayton proposed a $1.4 billion package of bonding projects for the Minnesota Legislature to consider this session. more »»

Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

January 18, 2016 It is nearly 48 years since Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tenn., and 30 years since the nation first celebrated a holiday in his honor. more »»

Court considers union dues argument

January 17, 2016 Labor union leaders may have had their fingers crossed, hoping no one would spot the Achilles heel in the self-preservation argument they have used so successfully for many years. more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

January 16, 2016 Biking, not just for summer anymore THUMBS UP: Minnesota is a state with a very noticeable change of seasons, which is something a lot of Minnesotans say they enjoy. more »»

Presidential hyperbole

January 15, 2016 President Barack Obama may have taken intellectual dishonesty to a new high in talking about energy during his State of the Union speech Tuesda. more »»

State of the Union

January 14, 2016 President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union address Tuesday had a different tone than most such speeche. more »»

The new American Dream - Powerball

January 13, 2016 The American Dream used to be defined thusly: A man or woman, even one of humble birth and poor background, can succeed if he or she studies hard, works hard, mixes talent and ambition with pluck an... more »»

Give blood this week

January 12, 2016 The American Red Cross is putting out the call for blood donors this week. This is an especially difficult time of year for the Red Cross blood bank. more »»

REAL ID reprieve

January 11, 2016 The federal government has issued Minnesota a reprieve on the issue of REAL I. more »»

Kerry crazy to suggest visa waiver for Iran

January 10, 2016 Members of Congress were right to tighten visa requirements for citizens of 38 countries who formerly did not have to possess the documents to travel to the United States. more »»

UN has no credibility left to lose

January 10, 2016 Japan’s ambassador to the United Nations warned Wednesday the world body will lose credibility if it does not respond decisively to North Korea’s claim it has tested a hydrogen bomb. more »»

 
 
 

 

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