If you could have a few minutes with the mayor of your city, what would you tell him? Has something been bugging you? Do you feel you have great ideas to better the city, or an event or location that is city owned?
If you answered "YES" to one of the previous questions and live in the city of Duluth, then "Mayor's Night" is for you, because you have your chance to voice your opinion and be HEARD!
And the political season heats up....
Declaring the American dream under siege, President Obama called Tuesday night for a flurry of help for a hurting middle class and higher taxes on millionaires, delivering a State of the Union address packed with re-election themes. Restoring a fair shot for all, Obama said, is “the defining issue of our time.”
Say what you will about the political competency of Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum or even Michelle Bachmann, but none of those candidates promised the entire nation a free pony while wearing half of a hip wader on their heads. And that’s why Vermin Supreme, the self-proclaimed “friendly fascist” who looks like Gandalf from ‘Lord of the Rings’ after a bender, has our vote in the 2012 presidential race.
You are invited to watch Mayor Don Ness and the new City Council Members take the Oath of Office. Be part of history and enjoy a day of celebration. Here's the details on that and the Mayor's State of the City address.
Ted Nugent is probably as conservative politically that you can get. In a recent Washing Times Column, he wrote that poor choices from parents is what creates childhood poverty, and we need to quit rewarding bad choices with social welfare programs.
At first when I read this column I was shocked, appalled.
Sometimes you forget what gets passed and what impact it may or may not have over time. Most people just hear what politicians say about what works or not and accuracy may be a little issue there. This is an interesting update on how recent health care reform is impacting Americans who have had issue getting medical coverage in years past.
About 2.5 million young people have received health insurance coverage as a result of health care reform measures that
The state of Minnesota got unexpected news withe this $876 million state surplus. However it looks like all Minnesota residents won't be receiving a check anytime soon.
Although they predict the state will end the two-year budget cycle with a surplus, the state's economic gurus are not dancing in the streets
So, it hit me. President Obama will be pardoning a turkey tomorrow. Why I remembered, I don't know. It's an odd thing to do, but it's been going on since President Dwight Eisenhower was in office and he ate his bird! That's NO pardon!!! I suppose in the turkey world, it's considered to be an honor to be eaten by the President, but you only hold that honor for a day. Cheryl Phillips from examiner.com tells us the skinny.
In case you haven't heard about this, I'll bring you up to speed. University of California Davis was trying to dismiss Occupy protestors on Friday. During the clash between protestors and campus police one of the officers pepper sprayed a line of men and women sitting (blocking) the sidewalk. It wasn't a very popular action and it has spread across the internet very quickly.
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