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Government secrecy dangerous for all of us

March 16, 2015 Government secrecy has grown to an astounding level. Details of what may be the single most massive personal refusal to come clean with the public are still coming out. more »»

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March 14, 2015 Doing the right thing Winnebago Mayor Jeremiah Schutt this week stood up for his town and its desire to retain its elementary school. more »»

Cornish may be right: waiting could be best

March 13, 2015 Minnesota state lawmakers are wrangling with the issue of the increasing use of body cameras by police departments. more »»

Clinton email fiasco just adds more doubt

March 12, 2015 Liberal critics of a continuing investigation of the Sep. more »»

OU takes steps against racism in a fraternity

March 11, 2015 Just days ago, Americans had reason to celebrate the virtual destruction of institutionalized racism in our country. more »»

We've come a long way, with miles yet to go

March 10, 2015 All Americans should be deeply grateful widely institutionalized racism seems to have been eradicated in our country. That is not to say bigotry does not exist. more »»

Federal funds should go toward innovation

March 9, 2015 President Barack Obama has made it clear he is less interested in Americans doing things better than in doing them his way. That needs to stop, especially in regard to public schools. more »»

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March 7, 2015 Have to do what’s best Blue Earth Area Schools has joined the growing list of area districts faced with big decisions about operating costs. more »»

Martin Co. leadership may be behind success

March 6, 2015 Martin County, working with Minnesota Valley Action Council, has been operating a successful summer internship program. more »»

It may remain tough for schools to find teachers

March 5, 2015 Minnesota is facing a shortage of teachers, particularly in specialty areas that reflect global competitiveness: namely, math and science. more »»

Ebola, other diseases should remain priorities

March 4, 2015 President Barack Obama has made it clear he believes the route to peace in our time leads through a campaign of making people in other nations like Americans. more »»

Party discipline? What about doing right thing?

March 3, 2015 President Barack Obama can provide no scientifically based specific reason for vetoing a bill to allow construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline — but he has killed the measure anyway. more »»

Postal Service reform bill should be approved

March 2, 2015 Reflecting widespread dissatisfaction with changes made by the U.S.?Postal Service during the past few years, U.S. Rep. more »»

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February 28, 2015 More information needed Hockey and soccer associations in Fairmont this week asked the local school board for funding. That might be a valid idea for one or both of these groups. more »»

There is no peaceful co-existence with terror

February 27, 2015 Jobs for Jihadists? Will that be President Barack Obama’s new strategy for battling Islamic terrorists? It is a real possibility, in view of Obama’s thinking. more »»

Voting reforms: More time seems reasonable

February 26, 2015 There were a couple of possible voting changes introduced at the Minnesota Legislature recently. We are intrigued by one, and find the other redundant. more »»

Attention all scolds: Mind your own business

February 25, 2015 Some people are scolds. It’s unfortunate. more »»

U.S. should put focus on protecting soldiers

February 24, 2015 When U.S. troops invaded Iraq in 2003, they went in with the most sophisticated technology available. Helicopters, jet fighters, tanks, “smart” bombs, etc. more »»

Bigger question: Would Bush take on spending?

February 23, 2015 In what clearly was a presidential campaign speech, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush missed a very big point on Wednesday. His speech was on his views on foreign affairs. more »»

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February 21, 2015 ‘Gap’ coddles brats There is something called a “discipline gap” occurring at Minnesota schools, with nonwhite students accounting for 61 percent of suspensions and expulsions from classrooms in... more »»



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