About State Politics and News Events

It’s the Islam, stupid

The professional journalists covering the trial of the “Minnesota men” before Judge Michael Davis include the Star Tribune’s Stephen Montemayor. I rely on his work, as well as that of MPR’s Mukhtar Ibrahim and Laura Yuen, even when I am sitting next to him in court. Montemayor is a […] Click here to view original post www.powerlineblog.com

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The DFL’s transportation myth

The buzz coming from the St. Paul echochamber is all about Gov. Dayton’s soon-to-be-released transportation ‘compromise’ legislation. Ricardo Lopez’s post offers a glimpse into the fictitious drama. The drama started when Lopez wrote “How to fund the state’s transportation needs over the next decade has emerged as the linchpin […] Click here to view original post www.letfreedomringblog.com

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Hurry boy, it’s waiting there for you…..

I can’t tell if its mid-May or early November given this latest Minnesota weather. Regardless, you can tune in to the Northern Alliance Radio Network this afternoon for my radio program The Closer. The 1-hour festivities begin at 2:00 Central Time. No guests scheduled, so I’ll likely weigh in […] Click here to view original post bradley1969.blogspot.com

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St. Paul Shell Game

St. Paul Shell Game

"As most of us know, the extra monies garnered from this last gas tax hike has been ‘peed’ away on other ‘stuff’." Oh, that slight of the hand! One of my friends in my BPOU practices magic. He does it for entertainment. However the politicians we elect are not […] Click here to view original post veryangrybird.blogspot.com

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Senator Latz, tell the whole story

There is no question the issue of body cameras is an intricate and complex one. Secondly, as someone who has been at the Legislature lobbying for four decades I am very much aware of behavior of this institution and the elected officials who make it their workplace. When there […] Click here to view original post opensecretsmn.blogspot.com

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When the police enter your home with bodycams

Most of us in Minnesota have come to realize, our home, abode, ‘our place’ is the “very core” of the Fourth Amendment for the protection of our privacy. It’s where an individuals expectation of privacy is at its highest. But this is being challenged by new technologies, such as […] Click here to view original post opensecretsmn.blogspot.com

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