Yesterday's House debate about the Safe Schools Act certainly did bring out the fringe element of the Minnesota Republican Party. From Jim Newberger predicting the anti-bullying bill will usher in an Orwellian dystopia, to Mary Franson saying it's tantamount to fascism, to Glenn Gruenhagen openly pi ... More >>
At the State Fair, Mark Dayton called for the state to move toward eliminating coal-burning power plants and said Minnesota ought to "be in the forefront of creating a cleaner environment."SEE ALSO: Will Steger baffled by Tim Pawlenty's global warming flip flop Nothing too out of the norm, right? Bu ... More >>
Michele Bachmann wants the U.S. to stay out of Syria and thinks President Obama should at least seek congressional approval before initiating any sort of military strike.SEE ALSO: Minnesota Republicans want Michele Bachmann vs. Al Franken in 2014 Al Franken, on the other hand, says "there has to be ... More >>
The book-turned-movie shows off a chilling apocalyptic realm of zombies and chaos
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What a tragedy.Medard Prosper, 19, lived through more than most of us could ever imagine -- he parents were killed in 2007 during the Democratic Republic of Congo's bloody civil war. His parents dead, Prosper and his six siblings embarked on a 500-mile journey to a refugee camp in Tanzania. Two youn ... More >>
Michele Bachmann ought to feel right at home when she makes four speeches in California as a guest of the Eagle Forum, a paranoid right-wing group founded by anti-Equal Rights Amendment zealot Phyllis Schlafly. Here's a group that sees evil conspiracies everywhere, from feminists, godless li ... More >>
She also accused Obama of tyranny and declared that, "The government is working against us."
Rachel Maddow helps us connect the dots.
Roxana Saberi grew up in Fargo and graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead. She hasn't been heard from since Feb. 10 when she called her father in Fargo to tell him she was detained in Iran.
How did Israel respond to U.S. questioning about block pasta at the border? Americans are simply uninformed about food aid.
'God Grew Tired' exhausts one's patience with Africa chic
'Outfoxed' and 'Uncovered' point a familiar finger at evildoers
The Bush administration's top 40 lies about war and terrorism
Clausewitz, Iraq, and fourth-generation warfare
Minnesota's first Arab film festival speaks louder than CNN
W, War, and Westerns
The naked truth about putting together a regional showcase like the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival. And a revealing body of blurbs about the best and the not-best of the fest.
Three new films offer grueling tours of duty in Vietnam, Afghanistan, and Iraq
Or, Cannes 2001: How to love the movies without hating yourself
Uzbek beauties! Swedish peaceniks! Iranian mummies! A guide to the high-wire act otherwise known as the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival.
Thousands of Somalis fled when their country committed suicide a decade ago. Now the local INS office has found a way to send them back.
Seven years after the Gulf War, Paul William Roberts's The Demonic Comedy draws a punch line in the sand
Dancing with myself: DJ Code Blue chooses to mix for herself, not the masses
The 1997 Tongue-on-the-Flagpole Awards
Even the paranoid have real enemies.