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Stand with JCCs against religion-based hate and anti-Semitic threats

Rabbi Hershey Novack of the Chabad center walked through Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery in University City, Mo., on Tuesday. More than 150 gravestones were vandalized during the past weekend. “People who are Jewish are shocked and angry,” Novack said. And so are people of others faiths.

Recent incidents across the country should disgust all Americans.

Sack cartoon: Mar-a-Lago perks under Trump


Mar-a-Lago perks under Trump

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Rash Report: At Camp Ripley training, 'NATO is standing together'
John Rash

For the 44th year, Minnesota National Guard and Norwegian Home Guard troops train together.

Here's to our nationally pertinent state political figures
D.J. Tice

Here are the Minnesota players on the national playbill.


Rabbi Hershey Novack of the Chabad center walked through Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery in University City, Mo., on Tuesday. More than 150 gravestones were vandalized during the past weekend. “People who are Jewish are shocked and angry,” Novack said. And so are people of others faiths.

Stand with JCCs against religion-based hate and anti-Semitic threats

No, Mr. President, we're not the enemy
Legislature can send a message on qualifications for U's Board of Regents
Two-state solution still best bet for Mideast peace

A large crowd of “Immigrant Day” participants filled much of the inside of the Minnesota State Capitol this month in St. Paul.

Get ready for pandemonium on immigration

We're all being hosed by the stadium fiasco, but there is a fix
Trump's taken solid steps to control foreign policy damage
MN Legislature should pre-empt cities on benefit mandates

The Libyan Red Crescent said at least 74 bodies of African migrants washed ashore in western Libya, the latest tragedy at sea along a perilous trafficking route to Europe. It said more bodies may yet surface.

Readers Write (Feb. 23): Immigration enforcement, Trump and the media, Southwest light rail and the Legislature

Readers Write (Feb. 22): U.S.-Mexico relations and Minnesota's farm economy, Southwest light rail, U.S. Rep. Jason Lewis, ideology and middle ground
Readers Write (Feb. 21): Workplace standards, a response from U.S. Rep. Jason Lewis on availability, President Trump's travel expenses and more, bike safety
Readers Write (Feb. 20): Politicians, citizens and partisanship, telephone town halls, 'Day Without Immigrants,' inclusiveness and sensitivity

Trump's taken solid steps to control foreign policy damage

Now he needs to show he'll listen to qualified voices in his administration.


Journalists aren't 'enemies.' Some are just hypocrites.

Trump is wrong to use that kind of language. But so were Obama and Clinton.


We're all being hosed by the stadium fiasco, but there is a fix

The Minneapolis mayor and City Council are trumpeting their progressive bona fides; they'd be wiser to get their financial priorities straight.


Readers Write (Feb. 23): Immigration enforcement, Trump and the media, Southwest light rail and the Legislature

Without compassion, we lose.


Get ready for pandemonium on immigration

New guidance from Homeland Security challenges prosecutorial discretion and makes every illegal immigrant a priority for deportation.


Sack cartoon: Congressional town halls


No, Mr. President, we're not the enemy

The nation's founders recognized the importance of a free press.