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Duluth News Tribune Story Paints Inaccurate Picture of American Experiment’s Duluth Mining Rally

John Lundy of the Duluth News Tribune wrote a misleading article about American Experiment's mining rally in Duluth on Monday, October 22nd at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center. In the article, Lundy makes it appear as if John Hinderaker of American Experiment was rude to Sheila Coughlin as she repeatedly interrupted him even as he assured her that if she waited politely her questions would be addressed in a designated question and answer session after the presentations had been delivered. In reality, Coughlin was the one with bad manners, and you can you can see the exchange for yourself by clicking here. This...

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One Step Closer: MN Environmental Agencies Send Proposed Polymet Permit Changes to EPA For Approval

The Polymet mining project took one more step toward a final decision on whether the company will be able to begin developing some of Minnesota's massive copper, nickel, platinum, and cobalt deposits because the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (PCA) has sent the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency an updated permit for the agency's approval. The suggestions come from more than 700 public comments submitted to the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and PCA on the proposed Polymet project. The comments including responses, proposed permit, and Technical Support Document can be viewed at the following link. American Experiment has written extensively on the economic benefits...

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Construction Career Pathways: “Looking for the road to success? Build it yourself.”

Thanks to Construction Career Pathways (CCP) and its partnering programs, Minnesota’s youth can begin exploring successful career opportunities in construction as early as middle school, develop skills through a registered apprenticeship program in high school, and conclude with a rock-solid career in the building trades. [Photo Source: CCP]...

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Center of the American Experiment Holds Pro-Mining Rally in Duluth

The original article appeared here, on KBJR6.  DULUTH, MN – The Center of the American Experiment hosted a rally Monday night to demonstrate the public’s support for mining in the state of Minnesota. The organization is known for doing research and producing papers on Minnesota’s economy, education, health care, and more, and discussed one of their most recent mining studies at Monday’s rally. In the conclusion of that report, it says that Minnesota can have a healthy environment while still being able to mine, and, in doing so, would add more than 8,000 jobs and nearly $4 billion dollars in state annual economic...

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Milton Friedman: Good wealth, bad wealth

Generally, the rich got that way by catering to the demands of other people in a reasonably free market. They did not get rich by making people poor, but by selling them what they wanted. There are, of course, cases where someone has got rich by stealing from another by force or fraud. But there the problem is the theft, not the inequality it gives rise to. In this Newsweek column from August 1981, the economist Milton Friedman explains that people cannot get rich at the expense of others only by committing theft or fraud themselves, but also by enlisting...

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