Some people make resolutions for themselves at New Year’s, but we’d like to think bigger. Today’s Question: What’s your New Year’s resolution for Minnesota?
We’re just two days from the end of 2011. Today’s Question: In six words, how would you describe 2011? (Inspired by SMITH Magazine’s Six-Word Memoir project and book series .)
A conversation today on Midmorning looks at the potential drawbacks of the increasingly prominent role that social media play in our lives. Today’s Question: Do you trust information from social media any more or less than information from traditional media?
The race for the Republican presidential nomination has focused for months on Iowa, where the first-in-the-nation caucuses are still a week away. Campaigns have flourished and foundered before anyone has had a chance to cast a formal vote. Today’s Question: Is our current system of caucuses and primaries a good way to pick a nominee?
Federal officials recently approved a new nuclear reactor design that could lead to the first U.S. nuclear plant construction in decades. Today’s Question: Is it a good idea to build more nuclear plants?
Charities make a big push to raise money during the holiday season. Today’s Question: How do you decide which charties to give to and which to pass up?
By the end of January, the gray wolf in Minnesota officially will be off the federal endangered species act and under the management of state officials. The DNR is working on a hunting and trapping plan for the gray wolf that could be ready by next fall if the Legislature approves. Today’s Question: What do Read more →
The House’s refusal to accept the Senate’s two-month extension of the payroll tax cut has left the two sides blaming each other and taxpayers facing a tax increase next month. Today’s Question: What’s the solution to Washington gridlock?
Recent polling puts Rep. Ron Paul at the top of the field of Republican candidates in Iowa. His libertarian positions on foreign affairs, monetary policy and other issues place him at odds with his Republican rivals. Today’s Question: What’s your opinion of a libertarian candidate like Ron Paul?
The last U.S. troops left Iraq on Sunday, ending a war that began more than eight years ago. Today’s Question: What’s likely to be the lasting legacy of the war in Iraq?