Bill Weber and Gary Dahms provide a clear and concise reflection on Governor Dayton’s decision to veto the tax bill, deny a special session, and the DFL’s raw political play underneath it… DFL political games hurt millions of Minnesotans
“Tennessee understands it’s competing with other states for new and existing companies’ commitments for investments and jobs, so taxing productivity and investment is, basically, stupid.”
Before President Johnson’s Great Society initiative, 7% of black children were born without a father in their home. Now it’s 73%. Not so great.
Rochester is considering getting into the broadband (fast) internet business. Fast internet is good. Government in business is bad.