So far, the only area of the military that seems to be affected by the repeal of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ is the homecoming.
Archives for February 2012
What’s the top angle in the crash: That I-94 was closed or that the driver was killed?
The CBC reports that police had to be called to a rink in New Brunswick because a 13-year old referee through out a coach and a hockey mom for repeated verbal abuse of his allegedly missing calls during a game between teams of 11-year-olds.
Sningo, the price young students pay, would it kill you to help, the golden age of stupid, and optimism and the baseball fan.
NewsCut’s Bob Collins joins a panel with former Ventura chief spokesman John Wodele and singer/talk show host Jearlyn Steele of WCCO. The main topic was a self-defense gun bill heading for the desk of Gov. Mark Dayton.
A Lakeville team runs up the score on Winona in a boy’s sectional playoff. Why?
Religion is emerging at a theme in most major news stories at the moment. Religion isn’t just for Sunday morning, anymore.
What’s your passion and what lengths do you go to in order to pursue it?
The real story of Gary Eichten’s dog.
The stigma of the factory, are things looking up, an apology for racist hockey chants, the things that keep hockey parents up at night, and does your name make people dislike you?
A congressman is upset because it costs him a lot of money to fill up his gas-guzzler.
Assignment: Send me your photos of the junk you find on the side of the road, on the ice, or in the wild.
In advance of Sunday’s Oscars broadcast, the Easter Seals Society is criticizing Hollywood for not showing ‘characters with disabilities’ more often.
If you read the post I wrote earlier this week about Northfield’s Malt O Meal renaming itself MOM Brands, you probably can figure out that I think that the ‘branding’ business is a snake oil industry. Today, the journalism community is abuzz with another example of that.
People will work hard to find evidence of that which they already believe, and work even harder to ignore that which might undermine their beliefs.