This is a classic tale of good and evil, and the little guy getting pushed around by the big guy. In the 1970s, our country moved away from institutionalizing disabled people, in favor of keeping them...Read full article
Edina’s expensive foray into feel-good environmental projects is a case in point. Sunday’s front page featured a story about how Edina and other suburban communities are installing solar proje...Read full article
I met Kris Greene several years ago. We were in federal court, listening to arguments in a case she and other parents brought in an attempt to stop Gov. Mark Dayton from inviting a government union to...Read full article
The Dayton administration has added another benefit apparently without identifying the cost or source of funds to pay for it. Ironically, one of the reforms that Dayton vetoed in SF 3 was an increase ...Read full post
The problem for Hennepin County and the cities in the county, is that the sales and other taxes are already quite high. Minneapolis is also promising to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour, thus mak...Read full post
The governor of Minnesota has attempted to de-fund the state legislature, an equal branch of the government. Like a critical parent, Dayton dressed down GOP leaders in a dramatic letter, punctuated wi...Read full post
The special legislative session wrapped up before dawn last Friday with a flurry of bills on their way to Gov. Dayton; K-12 Education, Transportation, Health and Human Services, Taxes, among others. G...Read full post
As I mentioned in my previous post, the Legislature ended its special session early Friday morning. Here’s the rest of what was decided. Minnesotans On the Move How to keep Minnesotans from exit...Read full post
Supreme Court victor Pam Harris encourages Minnesota PCAs...
American Experiment’s Katherine Kersten and Kim Crockett are joining key legislators for a Town Meetings in Burnsville that discussed new developments in how the Met Council is using its Thriv...