Monthly Archives: October 2010

Kick the Hell out of the Donkey on Tuesday!

Well, folks, the big day is coming. Tuesday, November 2, 2010. Call it Election day if you wish, but I’m calling it “Kick Democrats out of Office Day.” In my congressional district, I’ve got a congressmen, Tim Walz, who has … Continue reading

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Pre-Election Thoughts and Videos

In my opinion Election day on November 2 is unquestionably the most important day of the year 2010.  This is an election where the American people will decide between: Capitalism or Socialism Individual Responsibility or the Nanny state American exceptionalism … Continue reading

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OPEN FOR BUSINESS

As we approach the upcoming midterm elections it has occurred to me that the best thing the United States could do for its short term and long term prosperity would be to declare itself “open for business.”  Big cities like … Continue reading

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Contrast at the Sporting Venues

Last spring two sporting news stories earned national media attention.  Last night the culmination of both stories occurred. My son Tad, who works in downtown Minneapolis, had been watching the construction of Target field from the office building in which … Continue reading

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The Taxpayer Receipt

The other day my son directed my attention to a “Taxpayers Receipt” a document generated by a “progressive” (that’s new-speak for liberal) think tank known as Thirdway.  You can find this at: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=130249425    Thirdway has developed a taxpayer “receipt”, … Continue reading

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