Letters To The Editor

Is global warming just another political agenda? To the editor: As we endure a real Minnesota winter, we now have experienced the dreaded “polar vortex.” It didn’t take but two days to blame this Arctic air outbreak on man-made (anthropogenic) global warming (AGW), or “climate change” (CC). This is the familiar tactic of the environmental [...]

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Pro-life laws making progress against abortion  To the editor: Next week, Wednesday, Jan. 22, will mark the 41st anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion on demand for all ninths of pregnancy. Minnesota Concerned Citizens for Life will again sponsor the MCCL March for Life at our state capitol [...]

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The year in review under Democratic control To the editor: The Democrats have been showing their true colors. Let’s focus on the DFL monopoly running our state. The DFL was fined in excess of $100,000 for illegal campaign tactics. One of the largest fines ever imposed. These tactics were used by the DFL Party to [...]

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The year in review under Democratic control  To the editor: The Democrats have been showing their true colors. Let’s focus on the DFL monopoly running our state. The DFL was fined in excess of $100,000 for illegal campaign tactics. One of the largest fines ever imposed. These tactics were used by the DFL Party to [...]

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It appears that hope lies ahead for the ACA To the editor: After following the development of the Afordable Health Care Act the past three years, I was very encouraged by the article in the Dec. 8 edition of the Star Tribune taken from the Associated Press. It states, “It doesn’t rival Amazon and Travelocity, [...]

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Mandela’s cell one of the world’s sacred places To the editor: The passing of Nelson Mandela brought to mind my experience with a number of places I have been in the world while traveling and working as a geologist. I consider these places as sacred, as they are symbolic of Man’s triumph or failure against [...]

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