Constituents of the 6th District who voted for Michele Bachmann instead of Jim Graves last month can't be happy to hear their Congresswoman say she spent a "whole year" fretting about Obama administration's alleged efforts to implement Sharia law here in the United States.SEE ALSO:-- Bachmann doesn' ... More >>
Last night, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett got bitch-slapped twice -- once by Scott Walker, and a second time by a supporter.Moments after Barrett conceded the recall election, an upset supporter let Barrett have it with an open palm to the face. Her beef? That Barrett conceded the election just after ... More >>
Scott Walker is headed for a recall election, thanks in part to Fungky Van Den Elzen.Yes, there is actually a Fungky Van Den Elzen somewhere in the Land of Cheese, and he/she was one of 951,053 Wisconsin residents who signed petitions to recall Walker. 540,208 were needed to trigger the recall. O ... More >>
Howard Stern lit into Michele Bachmann on his Sirius satellite radio show in the wake of the Rolling Stone article on the spate of teen suicides in the Anoka-Hennepin school district."The amazing thing to me--I'm watching these debates, the Republican
debates--this Michele Bachmann and Rick Sant ... More >>
Pawlenty wants military gays back in the closet.If he's elected president, Tim Pawlenty says he would put military gay folk back in the closet by reinstating Don't Ask Don't Tell, putting himself at odds with Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, Pentagon brass and members of Congress who suppor ... More >>
Courtesy Jeff Backer campaignBacker's artistic critics could face charges for their Nazi-themed posters.If there's any truth to the power of subliminal messaging, this probably isn't District 9 state Senate candidate Jeff Backer's ideal way to be making headlines.
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Biber's trial starts MondayWhen your client looks like the lowest of the low in the public square, you might as well double down. Thus we have Aaron Biber's lawyer defending him against child rape charges in part by insisting that jurors see a photo of his accuser -- a teenage boy -- dressed ... More >>
First captivated by the radio programs he heard as a kid in St. Paul, Tod Dockstader went on to help invent electronic music--and retire a virtual unknown. Now in his 70s, he's back at it and as daring as ever.
Twin Cities entrepreneur Dick Quinn believed in the healing power of cayenne pepper. But in the four years since his death, the wrangling over rights to his five-alarm cure has been anything but therapeutic.