More than looking under the hood


To the editor: On June 9th Mr. Thom wrote a letter comparing the election fraud investigations to inspecting used car. Specifically he said that he wanted to “look under the hood” to investigate an unexpected sound. We should certainly strive for clean elections and we should (and do) ...

Keystone canceled; is Enbridge next?


Those protestors who are trying to stop the Enbridge Energy Pipeline 3 replacement may be taking some reassurance from the cancellation, once and for all, of the Keystone XL project. The sponsor of the Keystone XL project, which would have built a pipeline to carry crude oil from the oil ...

Response to ‘Open the Hood’ letter


To the editor: In response to the 6-9 letter to the editor, “Open the hood” - they’ve already looked “under the hood.” The Maricopa County recorder and the county supervisors have used facts to demonstrate that there was no fraud. 1) They followed state law, conducting a ...

E15 is a win-win for Minnesota legislators


To the editor: While partisan divisions continue to dominate the debate about our nation’s energy future, Legislators in St. Paul are considering a proposal that can unite our state behind a clean, homegrown energy opportunity. By incentivizing fuel stations to offer higher blends of ...

Stick to legislating


Ironically, there has been a Minnesota Historical Society since before there was a Minnesota. The MHS was established in 1849 by an act of the Minnesota Territory’s legislature, while the State of Minnesota was officially established in 1858. For over 50 years, the MHS has overseen many of ...

What is our greatest threat?


To the editor: In his June 1st speech at Tulsa, Oklahoma President Joe Biden said, based on intelligence reports: “Terrorism from white supremacy is the most lethal threat to the homeland today, not Isis, not Al-Qaeda — white supremacists.” More lethal to the homeland than widespread ...