And people have a problem with my constantly raking the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) over the coals. More than a few, I’m told, do some raking of their own via a web chat-site, maligning me for maligning Minneapolis cops.
November 19 marked the third installment of in a series of conversations with Congressional Representative Eva Clayton (D – NC) at the Insight/KMOJ Public Policy Forum. Clayton joined the Minneapolis-based discussion via video-conference from her home district in Henderson, NC. Following her previous Forum appearances addressing how African American consumers and entrepreneurs can profitably interact with the nation’s grocery and supermarket industry, at last Tuesday’s Forum, she focused on developing leadership as a means to create a bridge to the future.
SAINT PAUL, MN – Minnesota’s favorite family is performing a holiday concert celebrating family and the spiritual aspects of the season at Ordway Center for the Performing Arts Sunday, December 8, 2002 at 5 P.M.
You knew someone would use this line sooner or later, and considering what happened on the latest, “most crucial election” in our history, I could not pass up the opportunity to ask the question, “Can you hear me now?” Why?
How often have you been told that due to its importance to our families and communities, voting is a civic duty every citizen should perform? On the other hand, how many citizens recognize that if you don't put money where you put your vote, the ballot you place has little relevance in the election process?