Just in time for the holidays, Pat Buchanan has come along to alert us to the shifting alliances in the conflict between tradition and modernity.
Eight years ago Brainerd Public Schools applied to join Q-Comp, a new program with the Department of Education.
We live in an era in which globalization is said to be benefiting elites in countries around the world while leaving behind the masses who lack the education or skills to compete.
It's been a busy week in St. Paul. The day after Republican lawmakers demanded answers from Gov. Dayton as to how Minnesotans will continue to be covered with health insurance, MNSure's executive director resigned from her position.
A Story of Courage and Hope
I love Christmas stories with a good, old-fashioned noble message, like George Bailey, who fought the evil Mr. Potter in "It's A Wonderful Life.
The generous practice of providing TV news for customers and employees by companies like Bremer, McDonalds, and Cub could be a lot better than Fox News.
The principal credit for Minnesota's terrific budget forecast belongs to the people of Minnesota. We proved again that we have the best business innovators and the most productive workers anywhere.
The recent guest opinion says that it is seeking the truth, but contains little truth. In November 2012 Brainerd business owner Gary Scheeler won the election for Ward 3 city council with 540 votes.
Some recent letters in the Dispatch have requested that some positive opinions and facts on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) should be published.
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