“Who else could make falling down the stairs a funny story?” the Current’s Mary Lucia said of her interview with Studs Terkel.
Archives for October 2008
I’m not writing today but join me here on Sunday night for the final debate in the U.S. Senate race. MPR’s Gary Eichten will be hosting from the Fitz.
The wags have been suggesting in the last 24 hours that Norm Coleman must have internal polling showing he’s in trouble. The latest MPR/U of M Humphrey Institute poll, however, doesn’t tell us anything we didn’t already know: Coleman is in a close race with Al Franken and Dean Barkley is in a position to Read more →
Have you receifved any calls from pollsters lately?
Some of the reasons are surprising when compared to George Bush’s strength in the state in 2004.
If people are hearing that Norm Coleman was cited by a group as being corrupt, they can thank Norm Coleman.
Not since Jesse Ventura have we seen the kind of political theater that accompanies Rep. Michele Bachmann these days.
You can tell a lot about a political party’s priorities by the volume of the junk mail.
The things you’ll hear in the news by day’s end
Northwest bosses send their final letters to the employees.
Secretary of State Mark Ritchie is asking prosecutors to look into a phone call that Larry Johnson of St. Paul got from a woman questioning him about his voting record. According to Ritchie, who held a news conference this afternoon, the woman said she was working with Jeff Davis, who heads Minnesota Majority. This is Read more →
Researchers say turning your clocks back may lower the chance of a heart attack next Monday.
Same price. Different perspective.
A Minnesota businessman says he didn’t mean to take advantage of the deaths of the family of Jennifer Hudson to push his product. But it obviously has turned out that way.