Appeal Seeks Supreme Court Review to End Walz’s ‘Emergency’ Powers

| Press Conference Announcing Appeal | Free Minnesota, a coalition of citizens and small businesses filed a petition for Quo Warranto lawsuit in May, alleging that the governor was beyond the executive authority granted him by the state constitution and has been exercising purely legislative power by issuing his numerous decrees in response to the Covid-19 virus. The lawsuit was

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Absentee Ballot Boards: Ground Zero for Minnesota Elections

| Lawsuits consolidated against Minneapolis, Duluth, and Ramsey and Olmsted Counties for illegally constituting and running absentee ballot review boards | In Minnesota this fall, as many as two million ballots will be processed by local absentee ballot boards, virtually none of which follow the laws governing staffing the boards and reviewing the ballot envelopes for legitimacy. After months of

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Press Release: Candidate Sues Ramsey County for Unlawful Handling of Absentee Ballots

Dan McGrath is no Stranger to Election Integrity Battles [Updated 7/27/2020: Hearing Date Set, Ramsey County Ordered to Show Cause] Minneapolis – Dan McGrath is a candidate for county commissioner in Ramsey County’s 2nd Commissioner District. He’s also a member of the Minnesota Voters Alliance and has a long history of working for integrity in Minnesota’s elections. On Thursday, he

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Hearing in Lawsuit to Undo Walz’s Emergency Orders

St. Paul – Judge Thomas Gilligan will convene a hearing on July 16th to determine whether Governor Walz acted within his authority in issuing numerous peacetime emergency orders. The Free Minnesota Coalition, with dozens of small businesses, has been joined by 13 members of the state legislature from both the House and the Senate in pressing a Quo Warranto case

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My Campaign for Ramsey County Commissioner

I’ve spent many years in political activism, both professionally and as a volunteer, but this year, I’ve decided to take it a step further and throw my hat into the ring as a candidate for public office. Here’s a bit about myself and my aims, should I be elected to the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners, representing district 2. I

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Beware the Left’s Mail-in Voting Scheme

Offered as an ostensible solution to social distancing concerns brought about by Covid-19, the national campaign for mail-in ballots should not be confused with current, state-run absentee voting systems. Despite what proponents say, it’s not the same. The Natural Disaster and Emergency Ballot Act of 2020 was authored by two Democrat Senators, including Minnesota’s own Amy Klobuchar. There are many

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Memorial Day

For many Americans, Memorial Day weekend marks the beginning of summer and it’s celebrated with back yard barbeques, fishing trips and beer and it still is, despite numerous challenges this year. Most importantly, though, Memorial Day is meant to mark an important and somber part of our American history. Sometimes, people confuse Veterans Day with Memorial Day. Both holidays honor

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Press Release: Minnesota Small Business Owners Sue to Reopen

| Governor’s Categories to Shutter Businesses are Unconstitutional, Lawsuit says | Minneapolis – A group of small businesses on Wednesday announced that they are suing the state of Minnesota, claiming Governor Walz’s categories of “Critical Sector” and “essential” “Non-Critical Exempt Businesses” are unconstitutional under the U.S Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause. [ Read the petition, here ] The petitioning businesses are

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So, When (and how) do I get my “Stimulus” Money?

By now, pretty much everyone has heard that the federal government has announced one-time payments of $1,200 to every American taxpayer. The details have been a little murky and hard to find, however. State unemployment benefits that are typically half (or less) of a person’s normal weekly compensation are also supposed to be getting a boost of up to $600

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Learning

Homeschooling and Distance Learning Resources

Last week, Governor Walz stated that he thought it was unlikely that Minnesota schools would reopen before the end of the school-year. New distance learning protocols have been implemented and many parents are turning to homeschooling, all of which creates new challenges for families during this time of semi-forced “social-distancing” and isolation. Here are some tips and resources for families

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