The value of a right to know, upon further review of the racist Lin headline, money vs. morals in Texas, dispatches from the weak ice, and the value of collecting.
Archives for February 2012
Never doubt Einstein.
Today’s arguments about whether it should be a crime to claim military service and honor when none exists could spawn a more interesting public debate than anything in the public arena over the last few weeks.
Democrats are the ones keeping birth control on the front-burner, Washington Post writer Melinda Henneberger writes this afternoon.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals says a Chisago County man cannot sue a person who put pictures of him on a Facebook page.
A reporter goes to a high school career fair and finds no one interested in what she does.
Who should be pain free, where are the women in the birth control debate, the freedom to be a liar, winter the Minnesota way, a letter to your young self, and a murder most fowl in Minneapolis.
The Republican congresswoman would have had to significantly improve generally tepid Republican support for her in her new district.
Few people talk about Haiti anymore, two years after its earthquake.
Not much, experts say. So why do we care?
Goodbye, Malt O Meal. Hello, “MOM”
As Cathy Wurzer pointed out this morning, the Decorah Eaglecam is back in action.
Should kids be paid to go to school, staying together for the kids — and the state, racism and the hockey fan, does the Internet end on March 8th, and kids and ice fishing.
Dave Grout of Delano claims an interesting past. But he’s a vanishing breed: He still uses slide rules.
Recalling the famous 1990 drunk flight to Minneapolis.