The Minnesota Court of Appeals has affirmed a lower court order for Secretary of State Steve Simon to turn over information on voters he has refused to give to a group that insists it may show evidence of voter fraud. Read more →
Since the Affordable Care Act was passed in the Obama administration, the woes of insurance companies and premium-paying customers have always been front-page news as the shock-to-the-system health care law gets implemented.
But what’s this? The non-profit insurance companies in Minnesota have made a ton of money in the last year. Read more →
Rep. Stephanie Borowicz, a Republican from rural Pennsylvania, insists she was just praying when she led the Pennsylvania House of Representatives on Monday in what appeared to be a broadside against non-Christians. Read more →
It was a puzzling moment for me a few years ago at Mayo Clinic when I walked into a waiting room, only to see Fox News on the TV. You either love the channel or hate it — just like MSNBC — but it’s inarguable that businesses who insist on a channel for political partisans risk alienating customers who are not of that faith. Businesses taking sides seems bad for business. Read more →
Facebook kills careers. So does being a little too invested in a political issue. Ask the manager of a North Dakota horse track who, on his personal page, weighed into a bill in the North Dakota Legislature that would provide some assistance to the North Dakota Horse Park in paying special assessments to the City of Fargo. Read more →