Tim Walz backed out of a Minnesota Public Radio debate. Jim Hagedorn went it alone and fielded a series of “gotcha” questions from the host. He went on offense and stood up for our beliefs and values, offered his solutions to many of America’s most pressing challenges and highlighted Walz’s failed partisan record. The debate-turned-interview can be found on the MPR web site. It’s not too late to help Jim spread his message. Visit his web site and donate.
We’re running a radio ad on various stations for the election… Republicans hate puppies. Really? Mark Dayton and his Democratic special interest groups are filling the airwaves with attack ads claiming that our local Republican candidates hate just about everything. Women. Children. Schools. Trains. Why the bitterness? It’s simple. Democrats want more of your money and won’t be happy until they get it. Our local Republican candidates have stood their ground and helped you keep more of your hard-earned money. Vote Republican November 8th. Prepared and paid for by Olmsted GOP.
Howard Schwartz, professor emeritus of Oakland University, has for years studied the psychology underlying political correctness, and in his new book Political Correctness and the Destruction of Social Order: Chronicling the Rise of the Pristine Self, he offers some clarity on why the term “snowflakes” is now synonymous with college students today. Source: Professor explains the rise of ‘precious snowflakes’ – cites narcissism, over-nurturing – The College Fix