Farming gets pegged as a culprit for the Minnesota's condition, but if we're putting things in historical context, we must think broadly.
If a fetus is a person, it should get child support, due process and citizenship.
A D.J. Tice column on the perceived burdens of taxes and tariffs is up for further discussion following a rebuttal in MinnPost.
He's engaging the debate about Democrats and electability, and not entirely in a good way.
Jared Kushner's immigration plan is a version of a discriminatory effort from more than a century ago.
And putting them in there, too.
It's also political posturing.
"Christchurch Call" amplifies global concern over antisocial abuse of social media.
'All the global issues' are reflected here. Flyover country's supposed insularity is not.
When the left thinks (or not) about impacts on businesses and consumers, tariff-taxes terrible. Tax-taxes totally cool.
There was a shining moment of fiscal discipline in the 1990s. What's happened since is shameful and dangerous.
Here's a thought experiment to put our impact on this world in perspective.
A "pause" would be better than a ban.
The story of the president raising taxes on consumers and sharing proceeds with select commercial interests is a tale as old as time.
The reinvention of the system is one of the most important issues of our time, but first we have to separate fact and fiction.
Now roughly halfway through adulthood, the demographic cohort is having a moment.
Political debate might have sorted voters along a spectrum, rather than forcing them into the unforgiving yes-no binary.
Unlike Obama, he knows appeasement will never work.
Yes, several of history's important leaders had slaves or once supported slavery. But that's not the whole story.
Understanding the development of Minnesota can explain why Lake Calhoun is appropriately named.