I am writing today to announce the closure of the Minnesota Independent. After five years of operation in Minnesota, the board of the American Independent News Network, has decided to shift publication of its news into a single site, The…
The Chicago Federal Reserve has been the lone dissenting voice in favor of stimulating the economy through monetary policy.
The ruling could overturn a California law that sought to prohibit the sale of meat for human consumption from animals unable to walk, and mandated under its penal code that any “downer” livestock be immediately euthanized.
Members of Minnesota and North Dakota’s congressional delegations have warned that the American Crystal Sugar lockout could hurt the chances of maintaining sugar protections in the upcoming Farm Bill by alienating pro-labor lawmakers.
A spokesman for the EPA said there’s no truth to claims that the EPA wants to regulate methane from cattle or dust from farms.
Last year, Bright spearheaded a contentious non-binding resolution affirming South Carolina’s constitutional sovereignty, telling a reporter, “If at first you don’t secede, try again.”
Super committee members are trying to avoid the “trigger mechanism,” a fail-safe that would result in deep military and across-the-board cuts if the deal isn’t made.
The report that prominent members of Congress have used inside knowledge of companies to know when to buy and sell stock has focused increased attention on Walz’s proposal.
The “No Surprises” campaign promises that Bachmann won’t have any surprises in her policy positions, unlike her competitors for the Republican presidential nomination.