Monthly Archives: August 2012

Marching Against Voter Suppression In Minnesota

With the words and memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. invoked, I joined more than 100 Minnesotans Sunday afternoon to march from the Sabathani Community Center to the Martin Luther King Jr. Park on the city’s south side. The … Continue reading

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Our Movement Moment Of History Is Here: Move To Amend

“We are at a movement moment in history, said David Cobb, National Projects Director of Democracy Unlimited and lead speaker on the Midwest Barnstorming Tour of Move To Amend. Cobb’s stop in Edina, Minnesota, Sunday drew a packed crowd of … Continue reading

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Really Paul Ryan? There Was Another Choice Besides Ayn Rand

There are times in today’s political discussions when I just want to yell: “My head hurts from the insanity. “ Today’s Excedrin Headache #100 comes from this past weekend’s announcement that Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan would be the Republican vice … Continue reading

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