It’s hard to know just how seriously New Orleans residents are taking Hurricane Isaac warnings, at least judging by the traffic around the city.
Archives for August 2012
Richard Eggers could be the poster boy for both sides of the banking business. He’s either a victim of greedy corporations or the victim of regulations strangling businesses and eliminating jobs, depending on your view.
Should drivers be required to give bicyclists three feet of room?
Bosses are in the news today. How does your stack up?
A Texas judge says the UN is going to invade. Then helicopters appear over Minneapolis. Coincidence?
Signs in the news, the helicopters of Minneapolis, where are the fathers, your partisan status, and the glamorous world of a country at war.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals today upheld your right to flash high beams at oncoming drivers.
The message to parents is clear: Don’t take pictures or videos of your children unclothed.
Factoids from the fair.
Someone who could really use it, is about to get a lot of rain.
Who are the next heroes, writing a life’s story one peck at a time, welcome to Grand Forks, the things you learn playing football in Stillwater, and another BWCA video.
Regular NewsCut readers probably know that I like to leave the week behind on Friday afternoon with something that provides a little equal time from the other end of the news spectrum.
I realize this is a tough time to be shining the spotlight of happiness on the Minnesota Twins, but a developing situation in Boston has got to make even the most embittered Twin fan proud of the local entry in the American League.
Considering how political reporters have to listen to every stump speech a presidential candidate gives, you’d think some of them would be better at remembering them than the story of Mitt Romney’s speech in Minnetonka last night reveals.
If Americans were better at improv, state troopers might write fewer tickets.