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O’Malley proposal doesn’t compute

July 13, 2015 Former Maryland Gov. more »»

Let school funding follow the students

July 12, 2015 Federal funding to help low-income children in public schools does not necessarily aid all of them. Under Title I, the biggest such initiative at about $14. more »»

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July 11, 2015 Bavarian Blast THUMBS UP: Bavarian Blast, New Ulm’s summer party, is taking place next weekend. It’s a big weekend of music, food and fun, capped off with a big parade on Sunday, July 19. more »»

Senate has last word on any Iran treaty

July 10, 2015 Presidents traditionally have enjoyed latitude in their handling of foreign affairs — but the Constitution places the responsibility for critical issues squarely on Congress. more »»

Keep federal highway funding bill clean

July 9, 2015 Often, gridlock in Congress results when some lawmakers object not to the primary purpose of a bill, but to some unrelated “rider” placed in it. more »»

Greek bailout should require reforms

July 8, 2015 Some mechanism will be found to avoid collapse of Greece’s economy, though it appears to be teetering on the brink. more »»

Highway 14 project makes us hope

July 7, 2015 The groundbreaking ceremony held Monday in Nicollet for the Nicollet to North Mankato leg of the Highway 14 project gives some hope to those of us in New Ulm who are hoping the project will someday... more »»

ACA ruling not a stamp of approval

July 6, 2015 Scare tactics have been an integral part of the liberal strategy for attempting to foist the deeply flawed Obamacare scheme on the American peopl. more »»

Whistleblower at VA was often ignored

July 5, 2015 Perhaps the most important person in the Department of Veterans Affairs is retiring, leaving behind a long list of critics. Some say he did not do his job well enough. more »»

Act of courage created this country

July 3, 2015 America the nation was born 239 years ago on this date with an act of defiance and courage, one that was regarded as treason and rebellion by the English monarch and one that would surely have... more »»

What did they expect Dayton would do?

July 2, 2015 Back in February Gov. Mark Dayton tried to give his commissioners big pay raises. BIG?pay raises. More than a dozen of his appointees were to get $30,000 more a year. more »»

Connecting the terrorism dots

July 1, 2015 If preventing a terrorist attack in the United States is a matter of connecting the dots, Americans have plenty to fear with the Independence Day holiday just days away. more »»

Leave Hamilton on the $10 bill

June 30, 2015 It’s been a long time since a woman’s face was seen on U.S. currency. Martha Washington was on the U.S. $1 silver certificate in the 1880s and 1890s, but since then, it’s been all men. more »»

No way to run a government

June 29, 2015 Even for the federal government, this one may be for the record books: In 1982, a Baton Rouge, La., firm, Solenex, obrtained an energy lease on national forest land in Montana. more »»

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June 27, 2015 Court, country have moved fast, far on gay marriage THUMBS UP: Friday’s Supreme Court decision making it legal for same sex couples to marry in all 50 states is a landmark decision. more »»

Growing deficits

June 25, 2015 Federal budget deficits in the half-trillion-dollar a year range apparently are being viewed as a success by President Barack Obama and other liberals. more »»

Schools that teach hatred don’t deserve US support

June 24, 2015 Throughout the Middle East are schools in which millions of boys and girls are taught mathematics, language skills, science and hatred of Jews and sometimes Americans. more »»

Russian arms

June 23, 2015 The Russian bear has been growling for some time now, as evidenced by Moscow’s intervention in Ukraine. Now, he may be sharpening his claws. more »»

 
 
 

 

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