When Andy Parrish says he has "no intention of abiding" by President Obama's new proposed gun control measure, it's one thing. But a county sheriff? That's another.SEE ALSO: MN secession petition: Glenn Beck to be first president of 'Dumbf*ckistan,' Faux Nooz reports Yesterday, Pine County Sheriff R ... More >>
Last night, President Obama traveled to Newtown, Connecticut, and gave a speech at a memorial service for the victims of Friday's school shooting.SEE ALSO:-- Al Franken didn't want to talk gun control on Friday; Betty McCollum did -- Andy Parrish's response to Newtown school shooting: Arm teachers H ... More >>
The farm bill expired at the end of September, but first the election and now the fiscal cliff have worked like a one-two punch to knock out chatter about it. Trust Amy Klobuchar, though, to try and get our attention back.Yesterday she took to the Senate floor to remind people just how many billions ... More >>
Chipotle boss says immigration system "is really messed up."Chipotle boss Monty Moran wants comprehensive immigration reform after immigration raids cost the company hundreds of jobs in Minnesota. Chipotle began a mass-firing of Minnesota employees last December after immigration authorities ... More >>
Watch out Mr. Romney.It's on! Tim Pawlenty, seizing the rhetorical moment by the throat, is getting down to some gutter level insults ahead of tonight's Republican debate in New Hampshire. He's summoned up all his courage and coined a devastating soundbite. "Obmaneycare."
Great... Now Pawlenty is a borderline deather.
How does a Republican governor who opposed the stimulus bill feel OK taking the money?
The agent who ordered the arrest of "20th hijacker" Zacarias Moussaoui joins a law firm known for its aggressive defense of immigrant rights
In the wake of the I-35W bridge collapse, it's time to take a hard look at the politicians and policies that may have contributed to the disaster
The "new" Tim Pawlenty looks a lot like the old one
Minnesota's welfare-to-work program draws increasing fire
Was the education budget the "big winner" at the Capitol? The truth is in the numbers.
For once, Minnesota Dems take a hard line with Pawlenty
The rich are different from you and me: They pay less in taxes
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter David Cay Johnston talks about the retooling of the tax code to serve the very rich at the expense of the middle
Online Exclusive: The new book by CP contributor Elaine Cassel details the U.S. government's war on terror and on its own citizens
Why you should have bought the IDS Center
What's wrong with Pawlenty's stadium push? Everything.
The White House's new anti-poverty program: Shotgun weddings
Pawlenty and the republicans buck popular opinion on health care
State could lose 80,000 units of low-cost housing
The education commissioner changes her tune
How does Minnesota's fresh-minted 2003 budget make this a meaner place? Let us count the ways
The Bush administration & the end of civil liberties
Pawlenty's welfare reforms are modeled on ideas that have already failed in the state next door
So much debt, so little leadership
On the inside looking out, can Jesse Ventura win as a responsible renegade?
A new FCC proposal creates high hopes for local low-watt radio
Hundreds of taxpayers, many of them small-business owners, are out up to $20,000 each because authorities didn't feel obliged to point out that people were calculating their taxes under an outdated law.
Managers at the Twin Cities' first 24-hour day-care center, set to open in September, are betting that with welfare reform propelling more low-skill workers into graveyard-shift jobs, it will fill up fast.
The outlook for Minnesota
Everybody's behind the Minneapolis schools referendum this year--including local business interests that opposed it last time. Why? Because their taxes will go down, while those of most homeowners will go up.
Calculating the real impact of the welfare bill for Minnesota.