May 3,2018 Minneapolis Star Tribune Legislators should stand up to Gov. Dayton’s push for universal pre-K, aka “free child care,” which is wasteful and misguided. The state Legisl...Read full article
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
The Met Council has been saying for years that it is ready to apply for a federal grant. Yet, here we are in 2019, during the Trump administration, without an invitation to apply for $929 million fede...Read full post
Why is Minneapolis, engaged in this conversation? How does this get any pot holes filled or make the city a safer, better place to live? Just as importantly, how does this advance the “equity” bal...Read full post
Minnesota is spending enormous sums of money on education programs for very young children, but the state’s mission is muddled and the results discouraging. Plus, the policy forces private child car...Read full post
Given the seriousness of the allegations, especially the concerns expressed by federal investigators that welfare funds are supporting terror abroad, and the finding by the OLA that DHS did not have b...Read full post
A pension bailout to municipalities, that would have effectively made the bailout permanent at about $14 million a year, did not become law . Enjoy the "win" because local government aid (LGA) did get...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...