If you bought a house in Minnesota in the past two years, a real estate watchdog group says you might have overpaid. Consumer Advocates in American Real Estate -- a non-profit that monitors the housing market -- says Minnesota home buyers have collectively spent more than $63 million in needless f ... More >>
Michele Bachmann: "Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Can someone help me find my office?"Michele Bachmann used to be a United States Congresslady, at least that's what her official presidential biography claims. In fact, if you invoke the ancient rules of the House of Representatives, Bachmann is technical ... More >>
That Nicole Salazar videotaped her arrest is both fortunate and unfortunate.It's fortunate because that same tape just helped Salazar, a producer for the Democracy Now! news show, and two other journalists win a settlement in their lawsuit against the cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul for bad po ... More >>
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A recent challenge has been made to laws in Lake Elmo forbidding farmers from selling products grown outside of the city.
Is Gov. Tim Pawlenty's change of heart politically motivated?
Sen. Norm Coleman does an about-face on a bill that will hurt Minnesota farmers
'The Yes Men' erects a golden phallus for free trade
Reporters, police, and protesters dream Seattle's nightmare
The Minneapolis Police Department wants to make wearing a gas mask
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By interfering with the Teamsters, a union only just emerging from a scabrous history of institutionalized malfeasance, the Clintonoids displayed their utter contempt for union democracy and for the labor movement itself.
Bill Clinton's Indonesian connection brought him campaign cash in exchange for influence--and continued inaction on the country's notorious human rights abuses.
Cocaine, Tuna, and Free Trade
Clinton's Love Affair with a Deadly Gas
The Giant Sucking Sound Revisited