During last night's Vikings telecast, GOP Senate candidate Kurt Bills debuted his first TV ad.SEE ALSO: Daily Caller report linking Amy Klobuchar and Petters "is old rehashed stuff," Ken Avidor saysThe ad highlights accusations made in a Daily Caller report last week -- namely, "that U.S. Senator Am ... More >>
According to a Star Tribune poll conducted by Mason-Dixon, Republican Kurt Bills trails incumbent U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar by a comical margin.Conducted last week, the poll found that 57 percent of of likely voters plans to vote for Klobuchar, compared to 28 percent for Bills. In other words, Klob ... More >>
SEE ALSO:-- Dave Wellstone calls Kurt Bills' homage to his father "completely disrespectful"-- David Carlson savages Kurt Bills in new ad, suggests he wouldn't have ended slavery-- Kurt Bills' creepy Staring at the Future political film is laughably bad [VIDEO]If "Quick Kurt" Bills is elected to the ... More >>
SEE ALSO:-- David Carlson, Kurt Bills' GOP primary challenger, is also responsible for an awful trailer [VIDEO]-- Dave Wellstone calls Kurt Bills' homage to his father "completely disrespectful"-- Kurt Bills' creepy Staring at the Future political film is laughably bad [VIDEO]David Carlson is taking ... More >>
Put your hands together and make some noise for your MNGOP Scandal starting line-up!After it was revealed that the Vikings lead all NFL teams in arrests, we published a satirical post entitled "Meet the Vikings All-Arrested Team." Although no one has been arrested (unless you count expired tabs), ... More >>
Mike Osskopp doesn't like people who drive "Jap cars."UPDATE: Mike Osskopp has dropped out of the race for the MNGOP chair and will support Pat Shortridge instead. He still hates "Jap cars" though.Mike Osskopp, one of two candidates for the MNGOP chair, once had to apologize for shouting about "J ... More >>
Devin Miller and Thomas Ross want to do something no black person in Minnesota has done before: buy a major commercial radio station. But first they have to beat the FCC, an industry giant, and the trend toward broadcast consolidation.