During the Progressive Democrats of America roundtable in D.C. on July 25, Keith Ellison laid out a theory of taxation that one conservative website characterizes as "closer to Marx than it is to John Locke." (Of course, whether that's a good or bad thing is arguable.)SEE ALSO: Keith Ellison: "Reall ... More >>
Yesterday, Keith Ellison took part in a panel discussion about the Obama administration's Prism surveillance program on George Stephanopoulos's This Week show. Joining him were George Will, Matthew Dowd, Paul Krugman, and Greta Van Susteren.SEE ALSO: Al Franken defends Prism, says of leaks: "Nothing ... More >>
So far this legislative session, Gov. Mark Dayton has vetoed 12 bills. Seven of them were originally drafted by the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).According to MinnPost, five of the vetoed ALEC bills would have reduced corporate exposure to lawsuits and potential damages in Minnesota. ... More >>
This is either Tim Pawlenty or Sarah Palin. Hard to tell.Paul Krugman doesn't think much of Tim Pawlenty, and let everyone know yesterday in a piece that compared T-Paw to a certain former mayor of Wasilla, Alaska. The New York Times columnist is amazed that media coverage of Pawlenty has at leas ... More >>
YouTubeThis strangely lit man will save us from certain doom.It feels like it's been a long time since he left us without a dope clip to step to. But Tim Pawlenty is making it right with a brand new installment of his blockbuster campaign video series. This one doesn't disappoint. After seem ... More >>
The Daily Juggle, "the blog from moms in the Pioneer Press newsroom," is the only entry from Minnesota to make the list of finalists this year.
In a letter to a reader, Harte explains their decision to cut the Coleman and Kersten columns, saying their views ... More >>
A local prof rides the Gonzales Eight to fame, but there are holes in the research
Derail the vote 2004: A Karl Rove production
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Jesse's cable disconnection
City Pages writers say so long