Col. Qaddafi’s troops reportedly raped women in Libya, knowing that honor killings would follow.
Archives for August 2011
It’s the age-old story in Spain today. Boy meets girl. Boy and girl throw tons of tomatoes. Girl kisses boy.
China, India, the crash of 2008, and the failure to address global warming were all more important in the last 10 years, a writer says.
You know things are going great in North Dakota when the governor can proclaim it ‘Mr. Bubble Day'” without fear of humiliation.
I see your never-ending stories of callousness, news industry, and I raise you one of kindness and integrity.
JC Penney under fire for a sweatshirt for girls.
Our Fair summer, a better way to board an airplane, the life of Irene, 9/11 at 10, and cross carrying Chuck.
Ann Raiho and Natalie Warren have become the first women to paddle from the Twin Cities to Hudson Bay.
How much did it cost taxpayers for the president to give a speech in Minneapolis today?
NewsCut’s obsession with billboard controversies is satiated today with word of a billboard brouhaha in West Mansfield, Ohio.
A phony video purporting to show Rep. Michele Bachmann asking an Iowa crowd, ‘who likes white people?’ has been pulled from YouTube.
Consumer confidence is at its lowest level in more than two years. Is that partially the media’s and politicians’ fault?
Busting the birdman, tapped-out FEMA, should daycare providers be required to join a union, blues for Honeyboy, and 500 people in 100 seconds.
A comment in the earlier post about Joe Mauer moved me to pull out a spreadsheet I haven’t touched since 2003 today.
Joe Mauer is, by all accounts a nice guy. Would you rather have a jerk on the Twins if it increases the chance of winning?