Is it safer to walk drunk than drive drunk, dispatches from the season of peace, the look of wasteful spending, the department of ‘what did he say?’, and the death of Cheetah.
Archives for December 2011
It’s pretty unusual to see journalists sniping at each other across the country, but that’s happening today between reporter/blogger Christine Negroni and a blogger at the New York Times.
When it comes to writing research papers, doctors are the medical equivalent of journalists. In the ethics department, the two often couldn’t be further apart.
Men are taking over grocery stores.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has ruled a 50-year order of protection against a man does not violate his First Amendment rights.
Dumping the tree, the pride of Longville, the brawl at the mall, the death of representative government, and everything you’ve heard about Ricky Rubio is true.
This is dedicated to you, especially those of you who love your jobs and aren’t afraid to let it show.
Today’s news story that indicates the economy may be better than we’ve been led to believe.
When you read the first two paragraphs in today’s Star Tribune story about the way Minnesota treated mentally ill patients in St. Peter, you may have to struggle to remember that this is the 21st century.
Your a kettle-ringer with one of those little tinny bells, trying to raise a few bucks when all of a sudden the big guns show up.
Why is a dash to the toilet the first item on the agenda of astronauts arriving at the space station?
If you were younger and more likely to take the risks, what sort of things would you do?
The reasons behind the vote, youth sports and the parents who ruin them, when soldiers come home, is America’s religious freedom under threat, and the Eichten countdown.
The best thing that ever happened to politicians may well be the ability to cite data practices law in Minnesota as the reason for their silence on controversial issues. Fewer laws, however well intended, have cast as much secrecy over the workings of government.
The Mankato TV station anchor whose “slurred speech” during a newscast made her a YouTube hit has been arrested for drunk driving.