Pages Navigation Menu

Nick Coleman

The State I'm In

A Failed Bishopric: The Servants Strike Back?

Posted by on Dec 16, 2013 in Catholics, Featured | 20 comments

Update: With comic good timing, the Archbishop of Saint Paul and Minneapolis has now been accused of playing patty fingers with the Holy...

Read More

11Years After: Paul Wellstone, Gone But Not Forgotten

Posted by on Oct 25, 2013 in Featured, Paul Wellstone | 3 comments

Paul Wellstone died 11 years ago today, along with his wife, Sheila, and 6 others when their plane went down in northern Minnesota during...

Read More

“Redskins” No More? Most Offensive Name In Sports On The Ropes

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Featured, Goats, Minneapolis, Redskins | 0 comments

Underscoring both the lack of experience and the absence of character in much of today’s media, the recent return of the effort to...

Read More

St. Thomas Wins The Fight For Its Soul: Gays, Straights, Christians

Posted by on Sep 16, 2013 in Catholics, Featured, Gays, UST | 1 comment

Virtually no notice has been given to the amazing fact that — after several years of ugly battles, controversial decisions,...

Read More

When Minnesota Groveled for Gorbachev and Lost Its Soul

Posted by on Jun 3, 2013 in Commies, Featured, Gorbachev, Minnesota, Perpich | 0 comments

I wrote this critique of Mikhail Gorbachev’s June 3, 1990 visit to Minnesota two weeks in advance of the actual event. Although I...

Read More

Ruby Red Letters: Re-Starting the Beating Heart of St. Paul’s West End?

Posted by on May 19, 2013 in Featured, Slice of the City, St Paul | 2 comments

    The developers of the old Schmidt Brewery site in St. Paul — being turned into lofts and apartments after years of...

Read More