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Silly healthy food rule likely to hurt everyone

February 19, 2016 The federal government’s social engineers never seem to learn. Time and time again, their mandates issued in the name of consumerism make life tougher, not better. They’re back. more »»

Fund roads, bridges without higher gas tax

February 18, 2016 It seems like everything is a crisis in politics ... because when it’s a “crisis,” politicians have cover for removing money from your wallet to spend on their scheme. more »»

Nation’s high court will miss Justice Scalia

February 17, 2016 Liberal activists disliked the late U.S. more »»

Weak resolution worse than no resolution at all

February 16, 2016 The more territory they capture, the more recruits they get and the more money they accumulate in their war chest, the more likely Islamic State terrorists are to launch an attack on the U.S. more »»

North Korean nuclear arsenal is grave danger

February 15, 2016 Any nuclear war, even if it involves a limited exchange of, say, 10 warheads on both sides, would be a terrible thin. more »»

Et Cetera ...

February 13, 2016 Indication of a problem We think it’s great that the youngest Fairmont Elementary School students are having some fun learning about and trying fresh fruits and vegetables, some of which are far fro... more »»

On sex offender issue: Hope lies in the future

February 12, 2016 Let us make a grim prediction: One or more of the sexual predators being released — or about to be released — from Minnesota’s sex offender treatment program is going to re-offend. more »»

Paid parental leave plan seems off base, political

February 11, 2016 We agree that the state of Minnesota, and employers in the state for that matter, should do what they can to offer fair compensation and benefits to employees. more »»

Obama’s strategies fall short of success

February 10, 2016 At least President Barack Obama was politically smart enough not to declare “mission accomplished” in Iraq and Afghanista. more »»

Sanders’ vision is why nation has massive debt

February 9, 2016 With the nation’s first primary election of the 2016 presidential campaign coming up in New Hampshire today, it is safe to say the college-student vote will go primarily to Democrat candidate Sen. more »»

Nine most terrifying words shown to be true

February 8, 2016 The blame game was in full swing last week as Congress held hearings on the Flint, Mich., water fiasco. more »»

Et Cetera ...

February 6, 2016 Private ditches excluded Minnesota Gov. more »»

Consider pitching in for Madelia’s rebuilding

February 5, 2016 The devastating fire this week in downtown Madelia is a sad story that had the fortunate aspect of no fatalities or major injuries. more »»

Emergency services radio system faulty

February 4, 2016 It seems to us that a state-of-the-art emergency services radio system — or so-called — should work. more »»

Washington spending is threat to our nation

February 3, 2016 Spending by Americans was flat in December, but they socked money away in savings accounts at the highest rate in three years, the Commerce Department reported this week. more »»

Congress tells Obama no way on savings plans

February 2, 2016 Making community college free for virtually anyone who wants to attend is a plan President Barack Obama is eager for the public to know about — and, of course, to be grateful to him as its author. more »»

Turns out good-old Jeep is needed again

February 1, 2016 Millions of military veterans remember the famous Jeep, which made its mark as a light military vehicle that never seemed to meet terrain it could not conquer. more »»

Et Cetera ...

January 30, 2016 School offers survey Kudos to Fairmont Area Schools, which is allowing students, parents and staff to weigh in on how they believe the school is performin. more »»

We hope nothing is lost in drug court situation

January 29, 2016 Drug court has been well-received and has proven successful in Martin, Faribault and Jackson countie. more »»

Court rules citizens cannot disrupt meetings

January 28, 2016 We appreciate a recent Minnesota Court of Appeals ruling that said citizens may not disrupt government meetings based on a free speech right. more »»

 
 
 

 

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