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Diplomacy test

February 23, 2014 For most of U.S. history, presidents of all political parties have used ambassadorships to other countries for political reasons. Sometimes they reward friends. more »»

Diplomacy test

February 23, 2014 For most of U.S. history, presidents of all political parties have used ambassadorships to other countries for political reasons. Sometimes they reward friends. more »»

Don't mess with the RFS

February 23, 2014 We are governors from neighboring states and different political parties. more »»

THUMBS

February 22, 2014 Old Man Winter THUMBS DOWN: We don’t know who or what made Old Man Winter so cranky this year, but someone must have egged his house to make him act the way he has this wee. more »»

Good news, bad news on minimum wage hike

February 21, 2014 The Congressional Budget Office issued its report on a proposed increase of the federal minimum wage on Tuesday, and while it had a lot of good news that the Obama administration will highlight, it... more »»

It’s not funny, kid

February 20, 2014 By all accounts, Reid Sagehorn is the kind of student everyone looks up to — an honor roll student, captain of the football and basketball team at Rogers High School. more »»

Medical marijuana — How beneficial is it?

February 19, 2014 The latest Minnesota Poll conducted by the Star Tribune indicated that a bare majority — 51 percent — of Minnesotans favor the legalization of marijuana for medical use. more »»

Weeds: The best Twins season ever

February 19, 2014 Somewhere ballplayers are throwing and hitting baseballs on green grass. That’s all a fan needs to know. It is spring. It’s spring, and another Minnesota Twins season begins. more »»

Eagle Update: What's happening in New Ulm school food

February 19, 2014 If you were to visit the New Ulm High School cafeteria, you may be surprised by the amount of lunch offerings for the 7th through 12th grade students. more »»

Super in Sochi

February 17, 2014 It didn’t quite have the importance and incredibility of 1980’s “Miracle on Ice,” but the USA victory over Russia in the Sochi Winter Olympics Saturday was a very entertaining game, especially the... more »»

E-cigarettes deserve study

February 16, 2014 The issue of e-cigarettes is going to be up for discussion in the state, and undoubtedly around the countr. more »»

Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down

February 15, 2014 Thinking ahead THUMBS UP: District 88 is is thinking and planning for the future with its facilities task force. more »»

Military needs to get tough on sexual assaults

February 14, 2014 Many senior leaders in the armed forces admit the military has a serious problem in how it handles sexual assaults. more »»

School lunches - who will pay?

February 13, 2014 The prospect of school lunch officials pulling trays of food out of the hands of starving children and flinging their lunches in the trash is an appalling one. more »»

Keep public notices public, noticeable

February 12, 2014 Minnesota legislators will be convening soon, and one of the first proposals they will be considering is a bill to allow local governments to put public notices on their own websites and abandon the... more »»

Religious freedom important in U.S. too

February 11, 2014 Last week, speaking at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, President Barack Obama insisted freedom of religion “is important to national security and is a central tenet of U.S. more »»

The blame game

February 10, 2014 President Barack Obama is certainly no stranger to the “blame game.” He spent his first term blaming his administration’s struggles in dealing with economic issues on the Bush Administration. more »»

Obama’s decision will have broad effect

February 9, 2014 Assuming President Barack Obama means what he says — more than an idle concern, in view of his record for veracity — Americans are about to get a lot less for the tax dollars they send to Washingto. more »»

Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down

February 8, 2014 Springfield response THUMBS UP: As of Friday afternoon, Springfield school officials didn’t know what caused the outbreak of illness that led the district to evacuate the school and call off classes... more »»

Right to privacy vs. 15 minutes of fame

February 7, 2014 It is interesting that in our society, where people get very annoyed at the idea of the National Security Administration tracking their phone calls and emails, we also think nothing of offering our... more »»

 
 

 

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