| 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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In order to independently determine the true extent of voter fraud in Minnesota’s elections, the Minnesota Voters Alliance initiated a lawsuit aimed at forcing the secretary of state to comply with the Minnesota Data Practices Act by releasing the millions of records on “inactive” voters as well as the government-assigned voter statuses that identify voters who have failed eligibility checks.
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
On Tuesday, April 7th, beginning at 9:45 AM, the Government Operations Committee of the Minnesota House of Representatives will conduct a remote meeting to debate an as yet unnumbered bill authored by Rep. Dehn. The bill authorizes the secretary of state to issue emergency orders related to the conduct of an election during “certain peacetime emergencies.” Video: Dan McGrath Testified
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
| His Time machine will take a year to build, but it’s already working, with potentially disastrous personal consequences. | While working at an advanced quantum physics laboratory, Mike develops an idea for a time machine that will actually work, but he has to keep his despondent friend Dave from hijacking it, before he can even build it. My entire
| Male Victims of Narcissistic Abuse are not as Visible, but no less Prevalent | In the world of what’s written on narcissistic personality disorder and the victims of people possessed of it, there appears to be an imbalance of genders. Most writing on the subject chronicles male narcissists tormenting female empaths – at least when dealing with romantic relationships.
The Minnesota Voters Alliance has once again prevailed in court, undoing new, unconstitutional ordinances in Minneapolis and St. Paul that required landlords to provide voter registration for their tenants. The overturned ordinances are part of a disturbing trend of political organizations getting government to do their work for them. Voter registration drives are typically activities carried on by political parties
Senator Scott Newman (R – District 18) is the chief author of an elections bill introduced in the Minnesota Senate Today. SF3571, which will eliminate voter vouching and require photo identification to vote is coauthored by former secretary of state, Senator Mary Kiffmeyer (R – 30) and Senators Utke (R- 2), Jasinski (R – 24) and Pratt (R – 55).