Minnesotans who are gearing up to fight for a constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriage in our state should learn about some of the people they will be harming, should this effort succeed in next year's election.
The party known for less government, law and order and constitutional amendments wants more laws for some people, isn't listening to law enforcement officials and criticizes amendments approved by voters in previous elections.
An open letter to humanitarian and author, Greg Mortenson, asks why, if he survived all the dangerous experiences in Pakistan and Afghanistan that he claims, he doesn't have the strength to talk with reporters about the recent allegations lodged against him.
Difficult decisions must be made to balance the state's budget, but those decisions should not be shortsighted and heartless. A Republican proposal to cut $2.68 million from senior nutrition programs in Minnesota is both shortsighted and heartless.
Michele Bachmann says: "The American people want less government intrusion into their lives, not more, and that includes staying out of their personal light bulb choices." You just can't make this stuff up.