After letting the new Turf Club sink back into the grand scheme of the music scene here, we decided to take a look at what really is great about the new space. Yes, everything, still, kind of, but some of the new stuff is still really, really great, while the other stuff has been relinquished to the ... More >>
The Seth Rogen-Zac Efron movie is totally worth your pledge
The wedding invitations are coming in fast now, and although we typically don't enjoy sitting in a church and staring at comb-overs, there are two things provided at weddings we can all agree on: food and alcohol. I can live like the lord of the event center, alternating between sips of coffee and b ... More >>
During yesterday's Capitol sendoff for a group of Minnesota Civil War reenactors who are headed to Pennsylvania to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Gettysburg, Governor Mark Dayton said it would basically take another civil war for Virginia to reclaim a Confederate flag that was seized by Minnes ... More >>
What should we make of radiant Lincoln and blubbering Private Ryan?
SEE ALSO:-- MNGOP leaders approve use of thousands of taxpayer dollars to defend voter ID amendment-- Mark Ritchie's amendment title: "Limiting the status of marriage to opposite sex couples"-- Mark Ritchie uninvited to speak at Catholic church... or is he? [UPDATE]In a new post, the Power Line blog ... More >>
A peculiar strain of crazy apparently took over the Republicans' fifth congressional district nominating convention on Saturday. The local members of the party of Lincoln passed a secession resolution on a voice vote: "Be it resolved the Republican Party of Minnesota supports nullification o ... More >>
If there's one way to truly date yourself as a white male bigot, Pat Buchanan nailed that viewpoint straight on the head last night on Rachel Maddow's MSNBC show.
Bill T. Jones breathes life into his influences
A boneyard baedeker reveals
where the bodies are buried
Remembering "Bloody Sunday" for all the right reasons
An obscure conservative organization peddles Republican-sanctioned hip hop to the masses
At the 1998 Republican convention, the conservative crusade comes Coleman's way