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Dayton shafts farmers, rewards cronies

In mid-June, Gov. Dayton pocket vetoed a tax relief bill that would’ve provided tax relief to lots of middle-class people, which I wrote about here. The editorial I quoted got it right when it said “when Gov. Mark Dayton pocket vetoed HF 848 which would’ve provided significant tax relief to the citizens of Minnesota, it […]

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Bonding bill basics, blather

Yesterday, negotiators from the Minnesota House and Senate theoretically met in the hopes of hammering out a bonding bill agreement. That wasn’t the DFL’s goal. DFL senators, led by Jeff Hayden, blamed Republicans for not getting the bonding bill passed. The DFL used the same misleading arguments they’ve been using since the DFL Senate sabotaged […]

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More MnSCU foolishness

If I was advising Steven Rosenstone, the ‘retiring’ MnSCU chancellor, about communications, I’d quickly teach him the first rule of holes. The first rule of holes is simple. If you’re in one, stop digging. I’d add that, if you ignore the first rule of holes, the second rule is similar but more urgent. The second […]

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Back to School; What will You Learn this Year?

Back to School; What will YOU Learn this Year? Make a list of your long-forgotten interests or create a new list and start tackling ways to initiate some action. Will you be back to school for the rest of your life? The post Back to School; What will Y… . . . → Read More: Back to School; What will You Learn this Year?

The death of the SC Times

This SC Times editorial signals the end of editorial integrity at the Times. It’s a sad day for St. Cloud with a silver lining. The Times’ Our View editorial used their entire arsenal of gimmicks to prop up President Potter. Here’s one of the Times’ gimmicks: “The level of trust that exists between the faculty, […]

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Kelliher: repeal telecommunications tax

This headline might startle Republicans: DFLer Kelliher aligns with state Republicans on tax repeal push While it’s nice having another Democrat agree with Republicans that raising taxes is a terrible idea, this isn’t that surprising: Former Speaker of the House Margaret Anderson Kelliher, a Democrat who is one of the state’s leading broadband advocates, agrees […] . . . → Read More: Kelliher: repeal telecommunications tax . . . → Read More: Kelliher: repeal telecommunications tax

Duncan’s Dayton campaign contribution

Arne Duncan’s op-ed is nothing more than Arne Duncan’s campaign contribution to Gov. Dayton’s campaign. While Duncan’s op-ed isn’t the total propaganda that Karen Cyson’s monthly column was, (see this post for more on that fiasco) Duncan’s op-ed attempts to bypass the thing that’s got suburban moms hopping mad. Here’s part of Duncan’s op-ed: President […] . . . → Read More: Duncan’s Dayton campaign contribution . . . → Read More: Duncan’s Dayton campaign contribution