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Gitmo hard to get rid of

September 16, 2015 About half the detainees still at the Guantanamo Bay prison for terrorists pose no threat, the White House insists. more »»

Iran deal details hidden

September 15, 2015 Especially when arms control treaties are involved, the devil really is in the details. There are plenty of them in President Barack Obama’s proposed deal over Iran’s development of nuclear weapons. more »»

Thoughtful opposition

September 14, 2015 Just four Democrat U.S. senators plan to vote against President Barack Obama’s proposed nuclear weapons deal with Iran. more »»

State Department’s transparency czar has Clinton connection

September 13, 2015 An announcement from Secretary of State?John Kerry this week was at once startingly cynical and depressingly typical of Washington. more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

September 12, 2015 Hermann Fest THUMBS UP: New Ulm’s Hermann Fest is turning into quite a celebration, with its daylong attractions of bands, food and other activities at Hermann Heights and Harman Park, and the... more »»

Remember when we were united?

September 11, 2015 It’s hard to remember, but there was a time in this nation when all Americans were united, when political differences existed but we were all aware that there is so much more that we share, when... more »»

Who needs a czar for gov’t footdraggers?

September 10, 2015 Why should it take a new “czar” to force government officials to obey the law in both letter and spirit? And more to the point, why should Americans believe the bureaucrats will do that, just becaus... more »»

Horrors at our borders, too

September 9, 2015 Reports of tens of thousands of people from Syria, Libya and other countries flooding into Europe as they attempt to escape strife at home have been all over the news for several days. more »»

Trump’s candor

September 8, 2015 Donald Trump is the Republican Party’s frontrunner for the 2016 presidential nomination in large part because of his unfiltered, unvarnished candor. more »»

Labor Day

September 7, 2015 Today we celebrate the value of the working men and women of America, honoring their ingenuity, dedication and productivity. more »»

Law enforcement being targeted

September 6, 2015 Many in law enforcement feel under siege because of public protests which encourage violence directed at them. more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

September 5, 2015 Devoted service THUMBS UP: We hope everyone will join us in giving a big thank you to Shirley Olson, who is retiring after 27 years of working on bloodmobile drives in New Ulm, most of those years... more »»

Alaska a good site for eco-scare tour

September 4, 2015 Alaska was an excellent selection for President Barack Obama’s scare campaign on climate change, during which he has warned entire countries could be submerged by rising oceans if global warming i... more »»

City has time to look over e-cigarette rules

September 3, 2015 Some of the same people who seemed delighted that the Brown County Board added e-cigarettes to the county tobacco ordinance back in August seemed impatient Tuesday for the City of New Ulm to pass... more »»

What’s in a name? Or a law?

September 2, 2015 What would William McKinley, who served as president from 1897 until he was assassinated in 1901, think of a chief executive who refused to obey the law of the land? Modern-day Americans can only... more »»

Playing the old war-monger card

September 1, 2015 Liberals learned half a century ago that a very effective way of stifling dissenters is to claim they are war mongers. more »»

Kids’ safety comes 1st

August 31, 2015 School bus drivers are always looking out for the safety of the children they transport —and they could use your help. State traffic laws are very clear. more »»

All lives DO matter

August 30, 2015 All week long, Minnesota has been buzzing about plans by a Twin Cities Black Lives Matter group to hold a march and demonstration outside the Minnesota State Fair on Saturday, protesting the all too... more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

August 29, 2015 Leading the nation THUMBS UP: Minnesota students once again lead the nation in ACT scores, the tenth year in a row that Minnesota has led the wa. more »»

Watch out, texters

August 28, 2015 We know it’s not nice to generalize, but we are aiming this message at young drivers, especially high school kids driving to and from school. more »»



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