Monthly Archives: March 2016
The debate over methods the University of Minnesota used in regards to fetal tissue research is beginning at the Minnesota State Legislature.
Minneapolis may see some controversy and conflict in the days following the decision not to indict the officers involved in the Jamar Clark shooting on criminal charges.
The Jamar Clark decision will be released on Wednesday, March 30, 2016 in Minneapolis. Police have warned demonstrators that people violating public safety will be arrested.
Black Lives Matter St. Paul made copies of Special Education teacher, Theo Olson's blog, posting the link on the BLM SP Facebook page, to show their followers why Olson is not fit to teach minority kids. But is that what the posts demonstrate?
Bill to end "revenge porn" passes first hurdle in the Minnesota House of Representatives.
In a controversial move the Plymouth City Council removed its support for criminal background checks for firearms during Monday evening's meeting.
St. Paul Public Schools: another teacher assault, another employee placed on administrative leave after complaints were made about posts on a personal Facebook account; Black Lives Matter disrupts the SPPS Board Meeting.
You might be surprised about how much you extra you will have to pay if a certain Democrat wins!
Is Senator Al Franken being floated as a possible Hillary Clinton running mate?
The "Individual’s Right to Privacy and Safety in Public Accommodations Act" seeks to define a person's gender by biological sex at birth as a means to determine which restroom, locker-room, etc. facility a person may use.