This Mike McFadden ad hits Al Franken right between his eyes: Here’s the transcript of the ad: I’m Mike McFadden and we need an honest debate about our future. [Graphic: Al Franken voted with President Obama 97% of the time, the most partisan senator in America.] I won’t vote 97% with any president or party. […]
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This ad, paid for by the House DFL Caucus, says that Zach Dorholt is “delivering for St. Cloud and the middle class”: Like I said in this post, the DFL dances to the tune that Education Minnesota tells them to dance to. Zach Dorholt is no different. Like the rest of his DFL colleagues in […]
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According to this ad by the House DFL Caucus, Zach Dorholt is “delivering for St. Cloud and the middle class”: That’s a nice-sounding chanting point. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have anything to do with reality. Job creation has stagnated. Revenues are falling short of projections. Most importantly, Dorholt voted for spending $90,000,000 on an office building […]
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The highest profile pipeline project in the nation is the Keystone XL Pipeline project. While Republicans have fought for the building of the Keystone XL Pipeline, that isn’t the only pipeline project being delayed by environmental activists. This article highlights the impact the anti-pipelines activists are having in outstate Minnesota: Railroads will be the key […]
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Create a crisis, then criticize others when the crisis you created hurts a key constituency. That’s a trusty tactic frequently employed by the DFL. It’s the tactic of choice Amy Klobuchar used during her testimony about railroad delays hurting the Iron Range: “Cliffs Natural Resources’ mines in Minnesota are among a number of industrial facilities […]
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This article shows how the environmental left uses the regulation process to kill good-paying construction jobs: “We don’t see where anyone’s actually said, ‘yes, you have the need to go forward. We want you to go forward, and now let’s find a place to go forward,’” said attorney Frank Bibeau, representing Honor the Earth. Bibeau […]
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