Why do liberals and conservatives see the world so differently? Neuroscience research suggests the two have slightly different brains. A commentary in cartoon form by Kirk Anderson.
For the good of his country, senator is back in maverick mode.
Maybe that's no surprise. But "how to solve" is up for debate.
Anton Gag's now-controversial "Attack on New Ulm" belongs on view — with proper context.
This time it's Democratic Rep. Collin Peterson trying to overturn protection. The species has stabilized, but there's more to be done.
Are jobs obsolete? Automation in the industry is coming — and it's sooner than we think.
Lying can be effective propaganda, and therein lies the comparison.
While his improbable Senate victory is the stuff of legend, he really showed us what he was made of during his run for state auditor in 1982.
Instead, Trump has managed to trivialize their deaths.
A lesson from the civil rights era: If owners punished a few stars, it might move the goalposts.
Admissions policies continue to hurt African-Americans disproportionately, such as an arbitrary ranking on the ACT.
To enflame the divisions within free societies is an old Communist ploy. The Russians (and the Donald) both use it today.
It's a victory over ISIS, the army, but terror threat persists.
Choice and competition should help close the gap. But something's not working.
Why our legislative subcommittee rejected the contracts for public unions. "Just trusting" the state budget agency isn't good enough.
Confessions and reflections of a good man, who is listening — and learning a lot.
Empowering the executive branch to tighten restrictions would be far more threatening to the 2nd Amendment than legislation.
I don't find it hard to listen to others without bristling, because my own views don't fit neatly into a category. Maybe yours don't, either, if you stop to think about it.
Navigation systems are useful, but we don't need all bells and whistles.
A little optimism might help, especially in the area of elections.