In a report speculating that former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush may run for president in 2016, The New York Times observes, "When Senator Marco Rubio of Florida held a strategy session here to discuss his own political future last week, the question of Mr.
Duluth News Tribune, Nov. 7
Our view: A big day for Democrats
In northern Minnesota, Tuesday's election could go down as a DFL drubbing. In D.C., the White House was retained. And in Minnesota, the Legislature and the 8th Congressional District both were reclaimed.
And so swung the ...
Recently, red lines both figurative and - since Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s prop-assisted speech to the United Nations two weeks ago - literal have come to dominate the Iran policy discussion. While Netanyahu was as explicit as possible in his delineation of Israel...
The following editorial appeared in Sunday's Washington Post:
Most warnings about skyrocketing entitlement spending come accompanied by a day of reckoning far off in the future (though that day is coming closer).
The following editorial appeared in Sunday’s Washington Post:
The formation by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of a new coalition comprising a parliamentary supermajority prompted hawks to conclude that he was laying the groundwork for a military strike against Iran. Doves speculated tha...
A major bipartisan initiative to reform how state and local government works in Minnesota has languished for nearly a year at the Capitol.
That's not what Minnesotans expect from their representatives.
St. Cloud Sen. John Pederson is authoring one of a couple legislative proposals that renew a familiar debate: Should Minnesota turn toward using more toll roads?
Viewed in the context of the entire state transportation system, the basic answer is no.