Last week, President Obama announced a relaxed enforcement policy toward young illegal immigrants who arrived as children with their parents. Some Republicans accused the president of trying to go around Congress. Today’s Question: What do you think of President Obama’s new immigration policy?
The situation in Syria continues to worsen as other countries, reportedly including Turkey and Russia, send weapons into the conflict. Today’s Question: What, if anything, should the United States do to help ease the crisis in Syria?
A new report says Minnesota is warming faster than most other states. Today’s Question: What possible evidence of climate change have you observed in your daily life?
City commissioners in Fargo want to expand the area where panhandling is illegal. City ordinance already prohibits begging downtown. Today’s Question: What do you think of creating city zones where begging is prohibited?
Supporters of presidential candidate Ron Paul wielded great influence at the state Republican Convention. Many of them are running for state and local office in November on the strength of his libertarian-style appeal. Today’s Question: What do you think of Ron Paul’s libertarian philosophy?
A recent poll suggests that only 44 percent of Americans approve of the job the Supreme Court is doing. Today’s Question: What branch of government do you hold in the highest esteem?
This week saw the death of author Ray Bradbury, considered one of the writers most responsible for helping bring science fiction into the American mainstream. Today’s Question: How has science fiction changed your view of the world?
High school seniors in St. Charles, Minn., were required to take a breathalyzer test last week at graduation practice. School officials suspected that some members of the class had been drinking. Today’s Question: What do you think of a school’s requirement that all members of the senior class submit to a breathalyzer test?
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survived a union-led recall challenge yesterday, winning the right to finish his term and a voter endorsement of his strategy to cut state spending, which included a measure that eliminated collective bargaining rights for state employees. Today’s Question: What lesson do you take from Gov. Scott Walker’s victory in the Wisconsin Read more →
Recent medical studies have cast doubt on long-held ideas about health – namely that salt causes hypertension and that lots of exercise is good for us. Today’s Question: At times of shifting opinions about health, how do you decide whose advice to follow?