An opponent of Tom Emmer did the embattled Republican gubernatorial candidate a big favor by diverting attention from the minimum wage issue, and replacing it with the immigration issue.
Archives for July 14, 2010
Dr. Sanjay Gupta of CNN has found something of a scandal in Haiti, where people are struggling to recover from an earthquake earlier this year. He found a warehouse full of undistributed supplies not far from an orphanage where workers are struggling to feed the kids.
A Nevada woman’s obituary afford’s one last chance to speak ill of a politician she didn’t like.
The General Accounting Office today released a report saying consumers are having a difficult time shopping for airline fares, because the different fees make it tough to do so. The reality? It’s much worse than that.
The Native American lacrosse team will be allowed to return to the U.S. once they participate in the world lacrosse tournament in the UK, the State Department said today.
It appears that Tom Emmer gubernatorial campaign is giving up on the minimum wage controversy, after it inexplicably kept it alive over the last week, even after it clearly was damaging the Republican politically.
Normally, predictions of severe weather have to be calculated to subtract the human tendency of weather experts to blow things out of proportion, but today feels different. Even without media, weather radios, and sirens, any trick knee will reveal that today’s weather is going to be bad.
Why do we love people who wave, the Microsoftization of Apple, your chance to throw decorated objects in the Mississippi, why headlines should never include the word ‘may’, and will we see the end of the loons in Minnesota?