The Twins, the Vikings and the Gophers have all disappointed their fans lately, and revelations about Brett Favre’s personal life have tarnished his image. Today’s Question: When sports figures perform poorly, on or off the field, how does it affect you?
Tight races in dozens of congressional districts around the country have prompted a wave of negative political advertising. Today’s Question: When has political advertising led you to change your vote?
A federal judge in San Diego ruled the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy unconstitutional on Tuesday. Today’s Question: Do you agree with the judge’s ruling on “don’t ask, don’t tell”?
Minneapolis officials will study the garbage of randomly selected homes this week to see how much of it should have been recycled. Today’s Question: How careful are you to recycle everything you should?
Each Monday now through the election, we’ll pose a question on an issue that’s pertinent to the race for Minnesota governor. Today’s Question: What should be the public contribution to a Vikings stadium? Independence Party candidate Tom Horner: Leadership requires candidates to offer details, especially on controversial issues. I’m the only candidate to offer a Read more →
When President Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize a year ago, he said he would accept it as “a call to action” on the world’s problems. Today’s Question: Has President Obama lived up to his Nobel Peace Prize?
More Americans are working beyond the traditional retirement age, both because of the recession and because they expect to live longer. Today’s Question: What are your plans for retirement?
Recent sexual assaults at fraternity houses near the University of Minnesota have focused attention on alcohol and parties near campus. Today’s Question: What can be done to make college communities safer for women?
The terror alert issued Sunday warns Americans in Europe to “adopt appropriate safety measures.” Today’s Question: Have you ever changed your behavior in response to a terror alert?
Each Monday now through the election, we’ll pose a question on an issue that’s pertinent to the race for Minnesota governor. Today’s Question: How would you like to change Minnesota’s relationship with its immigrant communities? Republican candidate Tom Emmer: The United States is a nation of immigrants, and we should be proud of the fact Read more →