Rep. Keith Ellison’s business, how many mistakes can the NY Times cram into one story, the pigs around us, pollution and IQ, and the health care debate.
Archives for July 2009
Fact-checking the president’s remarks.
We got a late start on summer but this week has been a heck of a week for cloud watchers. This behemoth east of St. Paul — not expertly captured here — could’ve easily led to more rear-end accidents on I-94 during the rush hour. Deep thoughts while waiting for the traffic light to change Read more →
Jeff Bezos provided more business advice in 9 minutes on Wednesday than most business schools appear to provide in four years.
An ordinance against sex offenders created a public relations nightmare for a Florida county.
South Dakota Sen. John Thune’s attempt to expand the boundaries of concealed carry gun laws has failed.
It’s enough to make your head hurt.
It took a few days but ‘Cronkite backlash’ has started.
Did someone say ‘post-racial America,’ live lobster sushi, can you solve traffic problems, how bad are things in Hibbing, and a tour of where the Cold War weapons began.
A high-tech solution for red light cameras? How about a low-tech version? Brakes.
The cost of checking your bags at the ticket counter is going up again.
Mark Rosenker was the federal face of the Minneapolis bridge collapse.
In a matter of minutes on Tuesday, the Twin Cities went from a drought to a flood.
Concealed carry, when men are victims of domestic abuse, Sotomayor’s written answers, newspapers vs. web, and why you shouldn’t clap at a classical music concert.
The apparent pent-up demand for cheap flights from the Twin Cities to Toledo will remain pent up.