Michele Bachmann's remarks about the Muslim Brotherhood during her weekend visit to Egypt were so preposterous, one expert on the country compared them to a Saturday Night Live skit.SEE ALSO: Bachmann won't run again: Top 10 tweets In other words, unfortunately, it's business as usual.
Earlier this week, Jesse Ventura went on the Unprofessional podcast to talk about a possible 2016 presidential run, the lessons he learned as Governor of Minnesota... and the role fluoridated water might play in keeping the American people "sheepish."EARLIER THIS MONTH: Jesse Ventura poses with Dayt ... More >>
Last Friday, Minnesota's current Governor and his three predecessors got together at the Capitol for a sendoff to Tony Policano, who worked as a security guard for all of them.SEE ALSO: Jon Stewart slams Jesse Ventura's gun control view on Daily Show [VIDEO] At one point, Policano posed for a shot w ... More >>
This is not how we remember high school.Derrick Williams is the Timberwovles' top draft pick and most exciting acquisition since a skinny teenager named Kevin Garnett. Or, he would be those things, if the NBA wasn't so hopelessly locked out. For now, Williams is just a 20-year-old kid trying to s ... More >>
Bachmann gets the good word from Paul Revere.Her epic gaffe about mass murderer John Wayne Gacy reminded us yet again that Michele Bachmann has a legendary grasp of U.S. history. Here's the presidential candidate who says the Revolutionary War started in New Hampshire, for example. And that ... More >>
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Michele Bachmann wants to get all Swiss Family Robinson with Keith Olbermann.Keith Olbermann has named Michele Bachmann the "Worst Person In The World" over and over, but given the choice she says she'd rather take him with her to a desert island any day than Rachel Maddow or Chris "Tingly Fe ... More >>
Image by Lynn Pernille on FlickrDon't let your library books get moldy You know that creeping sense of shame that comes when you have overdue fines at the library, like how could you possibly be such a bad citizen? Well, today you can feel good about yourself. Some chump in Winona just turned in ... More >>
Pete Souza/White HouseObama signs the National Day of Prayer proclamationLast week, U.S. District Judge Barbara B. Crabb ruled that the federal law designating a National Day of Prayer was unconstitutional. And now we have President Barack Obama and Rep. Michele Bachmann -- gasp -- joining si ... More >>
Lagoon Cinema, starts Friday
Revered, rarely seen South Central-set 'Killer of Sheep' gets its theatrical due
"First we get the military, then we get the nation"
Controversial documentary 'Mondovino' just might drive you to drink
10 days on the road with Friends Like These
'Smoke Signals' director Chris Eyre takes his progressive new film on the road
Buxom firestarters and dog-faced men: Frontier theater on the fringe
'7 Blowjobs' and 'This Queer Life' talk about modern morality
Director David Gordon Green reconsiders the South's constitution in George Washington
What you see is (not) what you get: Twelve months of well-screened duds and rarely viewed wonders
For years it has been whispered that the 1976 slaying of American Indian Movement activist Anna Mae Aquash was an inside job. Now a new rash of accusations aims squarely at local heroes Clyde and Vernon Bellecourt.
Taxpayers spent $65,000 to demolish the old Victorian at 1816 15th Ave. S. A buyer wanted to invest at least that much to fix it up. Make sense? You bet, says the Minneapolis Community Development Agency.
Five years ago Joel Sisson's blend of art, social work, and lawn furniture was the talk of the town. Now the founder of the Green Chair Project is sitting on a pile of dreams and unpaid bills.
Friendly Fire: KTCA's Liberty! shoots for a simple, affirming version of the American Revolution.
Affirmative Action: Director Bill Duke on the set of Hoodlum.