WND, a conservative news site that takes Bradlee Dean's ramblings seriously, named Michele Bachmann its 2012 "Woman of the Year."WND's Taylor Rose cites Bachmann's "extraordinary dedication to America's founding principles and steadfast defense of the Constitution" as reasons she won the award, whic ... More >>
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Mark Dayton dreams of Vikings stadiums and Minnesota becoming the first state to vote down a constitutional amendment against gay rights. This year, both dreams may be fulfilled.A new SurveyUSA poll suggests there is more support for gay marriage in Minnesota than there was four or six months ago. H ... More >>
â€‹Recent Minnesota-transplant Astronautalis didn't take long to ingratiate himself in the Twin Cities music community, easily winning over local music fans with his high-spirited live shows and genuine talent. But he hasn't forgotten about his Florida friends, and has teamed up with his ... More >>
Kimberly Hull was set graduate in a few weeks from the University of Minnesota.This rotten, cold, damp April was no match for more than 100 bike riders who turned out yesterday evening for a memorial ride through Dinkytown in honor of Kimberly Hull, the U of M student who died last week when ... More >>
The District 6 congresswoman holds forth with some startling, and questionable, assertions.
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