A year ago, who would've thought Ebola, of all things, would emerge as a central issue in Al Franken's reelection bid?It has. During a WCCO TV debate yesterday, Franken and his Republican challenger, Mike McFadden, spent over seven minutes going back and forth about what the appropriate response to ... More >>
The Washington Times published video of a disturbed D.C. man being loaded into a police van while yelling threats against Rep. Michele Bachmann yesterday.SEE ALSO:-- Bachmann's synagogue appearance during gay tolerance celebration goes as well as you'd think-- Michele Bachmann suggests Islam is Amer ... More >>
Steele is always ready with a colorful quote. We review some of the best blips of Steele's short career:
The Minnesota congresswoman gives Sarah Palin a run for her money
It's almost like we could write his presidential profile for him this very instant. That's kind of boring. What happened to the surprises, the originality, the mullet?
Perhaps Bachmann could buy the Tron plane and leave for good?
FactCheck says her claim that ACORN will be going door-to-door and gathering data is "flat wrong".
Appropriately, Bachmann made MSNBC's 'Psycho Talk' segment after saying she will refuse to complete the U.S. Census because she fears her data will be misused.
We're so proud.
Bachmann said she is so afraid of U.S. Census abuse that she will only fill out how many people live in her household.
Congresswoman tells RNC chairman he "be da man!"
Bill Kling's American Public Media Group has reportedly offered more than $20 million to buy WGTS, a college-owned radio station in the D.C. area.
Denver is smoking up, Ralph Reed is accused of concealing Indian tribe payments, Office Space: The Game, the Minnesota blog of the day and more...
Don't tell it, sell it In the Strib: UM Prez Bob Bruininks likes the U's plan to become "a bit more Ivy League and a little less blue-collar" (way to sell it, Mary Jane--these days, when there's detectable bias in the Strib's news reportage and packaging, it's almost always conservative bias); b ... More >>
Our favorite 'Candidate' returns--to Madison Square Garden
The Bush administration's top 40 lies about war and terrorism
A new computer database system called CriMNet is supposed to revolutionize crime fighting in Minnesota. Cops, politicians, big business, and the media love it.
Kitchen Militia moms storm the stage, AIDS activists howl in the wings, born-again virgins recite their vows, and the fight over sex education in school turns into the hottest ticket in town
In their plodding way the Thompson hearings have elicited much new info illustrating the Democratic Party's orgy of greed for campaign cash.
Clowntime in Connecticut
Why the babbling Buddha of broadcast is a boon to Democrats as well as Republicans.