You'll know what he's about politically, but not how he came to be that way.
Updated: January 10, 2011, - 08:53 PM
If Tuesday's vote produces the predicted seismic shift in political power, it will merely be a typical election for our atypical times.
Updated: December 14, 2010, - 11:14 AM
There's more than a bit of a circus atmosphere to this year's gubernatorial campaign. Question is: With such characters on either side, can Tom Horner be the ringmaster?
Updated: September 05, 2010, - 09:41 AM
A report on the vanishing oil slick shows us how much we don't know.
Updated: July 29, 2010, - 06:36 PM
It was dark and cool in the northwoods cabin, still long before dawn, as I woke feeling a gentle squeeze on my shoulder. Mr. Englund was crouched beside my bunk with a finger to his lips. He whispered for me to get up quietly, without waking the others.
Updated: June 12, 2010, - 06:49 PM
Minnesotans who don't relish picking their next governor from the ideological outskirts should start paying attention to this campaign
Updated: April 17, 2010, - 05:58 PM
Intrigued, yet a little puzzled, by the concern commentators Cilek and Marchetti raise above about instant-runoff voting potentially causing voters to undermine their preferred candidate by casting their first place votes for him or her, I worked through some scenarios.
Updated: March 05, 2010, - 10:53 AM
At issue: The process of exercising power as the governor did -- with unallotment. As a tactic, it was indeed untested. But never count Pawlenty out.
Updated: January 06, 2010, - 05:37 AM
The rift in the House over health care reform shows that much remains as it ever was in politics.
Updated: November 11, 2009, - 07:41 AM