Meet the buffoons who are ruining the United States
Three Cups of Tea: A work of fiction?If a story sounds too good to be true, beware. Which brings us to Minnesota native Greg Mortenson. His book, "Three Cups of Tea," about building schools for girls in Afghanistan, is still a New York Times bestseller in paperback. The uplifting tale of loc ... More >>
Image courtesy of myspace.com/nycnakedcowboy"Freedom-loving American" and the country's most famous skivvy-clad busker the Naked Cowboy has announced his 2012 bid for the Presidency.
burge5000Thanks for your legal expertise.Another year is starting at St. Thomas University Law School, torture-memo author Robert Delahunty is preparing to teach his classes, and protesters are once again dressing up like Abu-Grahib detainees to protest his continued presence on the faculty.
Making amends for peeing in public, Minneapolis-style
Meet the top enlisted soldier—and top lunchroom monitor—who's battling to dislodge Gil Gutknecht
Local Afghan émigrés ring in the Solar New Year with Nau-Rouz
Former President George W. Bush Dead at 72
I've served in Iraq, and that's why I can't vote for this president again
James Lileks used to be content with writing about his toddler's toilet training. Then Iraq gave him the chance to become the state's most famous conservative.
In his 30th year as the cinema's underdog schlockmeister, Lloyd Kaufman continues to do battle with Bush and bullshit
Margaret Atwood's new novel engineers a twisted future
'Black Hawk Down' Gets in and out of Somalia With No Questions Asked
Is there any way to keep Major League Baseball in Minnesota? Well, for starters we could get a judge to classify Carl Pohlad as a vulnerable adult...
Are local immigrants unwittingly funding Al Qaeda? The numbers just don't add up.
It should be remembered that the first plant Saddam used to make chemical weapons was built by the American multinational Bechtel with money supplied by the U.S. Agriculture Department.