The Twin Cities Met Council: A Comparative Assessment This report is designed to give lawmakers and citizens basic information about how the Met Council compares to other large, metro area bodies bot...Read full report
Minnesota’s Constitution imposes some important limitations on a city’s tax power. For several years, the city of St. Paul has imposed a right-of-way assessment on all property owners to fund road...Read full article
Why fight over light rail when there's bus rapid transit? BRT is cheaper than LRT. It could actually ease congestion and, if it fails, it's less down the drain....Read full article
Allow me to juxtapose two news stories. The first is a local story, a small rebellion so obscure you might not have noticed it, which signals an important shift in regional partnerships. The other is ...Read full article
It had to be humiliating for the Minnesota State Patrol officers evidently ordered to stand down while a mob lassoed and ripped down the statue of Christopher Columbus on June 10 at the State Capitol....Read full post
On July 1, The Center of the American Experiment released the following statement: An overwhelming majority of Minnesotans have confidence in their local police departments and oppose plans to defund ...Read full post
In Minnesota, when you want to speak, liberals pass laws to stop you. When you don’t want to speak, liberals pass laws to force you. Here is a short report on two recent examples of local officials ...Read full post
As State Attorney General Keith Ellison brings the full force of government to bear on the owner of Shady's Hometown Tavern in Albany, where is the grand plan behind all this?...Read full post
Howard Root: Five Heart-Stopping Years as a CEO on the Fed’s Hit-List (5.12.17, 50 min.)...
This presentation is designed to give lawmakers and citizens basic information about how the Met Council compares to other large, metro area bodies both in terms of governance structure and scope of a...