Monthly Archives: May 2012

Announcing the birth of the “New Republicans”

Last week at the Minnesota Republican convention, the last 13 of 40 delegates were picked to represent the State of Minnesota at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida.  The list below was circulated among the delegates at that convention … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Young Entrepreneurs

Yesterday afternoon, when the temperature hovered around 90 degrees, I passed a corner and saw a couple of young ladies running their lemonade stand.  Under the distant but careful supervision of mom, they had small cups of lemonade for 50 … Continue reading

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Collin Raye, Abraham Lincoln, and Liberty

Last night a concert was held in a gymnasium in a medium-sized Minnesota town. The sponsors of the event were the Veterans of Foreign Wars Neville-Lien Post 1287 in Winona, Minnesota. I’m guessing that there were 1,000 seats in what … Continue reading

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What Are College Students Really Like?

In March of 1975 I went to a large convention in Chicago. Planning to receive my Ph.D. in Economics in just two months, I was anxious to start my college teaching career. The long and short of it is that … Continue reading

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