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RIP Tom Clancy: He Thought Owning the Vikings Would Be A Public Trust

Posted by on Oct 2, 2013 in Vikings | 0 comments

Tom Clancy has died, the guy who wrote a book that became one of my favorite movies –”The Hunt for Red October” —...

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“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...

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Will Minnesota Democrats Deliver on Their Pledge to Tax the Rich?

Posted by on Jan 8, 2013 in Democrats/DFL, Mark Dayton, Tax Justice | 2 comments

From The UpTake, a timely question as Minnesota’s DFL Party takes control of the State Capitol for the first time since the days of...

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150 Years After America’s Largest Mass Execution, the Quest for Healing Continues

Posted by on Dec 27, 2012 in 1862, Dakota Conflict, Featured, Mankato Hanging 1862 | 3 comments

      HONORING THE 38 I took this video as about 100 Dakota Indian riders arrived in Mankato, MN on Wednesday, Dec. 26,...

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Minnesota: A Man’s Home is His Castle. And an Execution Chamber, Too.

Posted by on Nov 28, 2012 in Guns, Legislature, Mark Dayton, Minnesota | 23 comments

It probably doesn’t seem that the Thanksgiving Day killings of two teens in Little Falls, Minnesota, shot by a deranged but heavily...

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