MPR News: Fritz remembers Ferraro. MinnPost: How Harold Stassen helped create modern populist political campaigning. Strib: There is, apparently, no age limit for douchebaggery. PiPress: A txting dictionary for Teh Oldz (first item). BFF, IMHO and FWIW take on whole… Continue Reading →
Strib: The flu is officially “widespread” around the state. PiPress: Target reformulates its policy on contributions. Because it was designed-by-committee, it pleases no one. Austin Daily Herald: Cows escape mass transit!
The Strib also reported that #6 Pawlenty finished ahead of #7 Bachmann in the CPAC straw poll of 15 possible GOP contenders. If this poll had any basis in reality, anti-immigrant pro-life isolationist Ron Paul would be chosen as the… Continue Reading →
Today at noon, Gov. Dayton delivers his first State of the State address, sans teleprompter. What do you think he will say? What should he say? Is there anything left to say?
A history-challenged Congresswoman who is more rogue and mavericky than Miss Maverick herself? A former governor re-imaging himself from bridesmaid into movie action hero? Was Jesse Ventura just a warm-up act? Both Michele Bachmann and Tim Pawlenty are positioning themselves… Continue Reading →