Tag: Minnesota

RightOnLine 2011

<b>-By Warner Todd Huston</b> <p><img height=”100″ hspace=”10″ src=”http://rightonline.com/beta/fb2.png” width=”130″ align=”right” border=”0″ />This weekend I’ll be writing a few posts about the always great <a href=”http://rightonline.com/beta/”>RightOnLine</a> event, of which I am a part, here in beautiful downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota at the Hilton Hotel. At this fourth annual RightOnLine conference, local citizens can come out to learn... Read more »

Truth in Accounting Issues: Minnesota's 'Financial State of the State' - Minnesota's True Tax Burden $10.3 Billion

From the Institute for Truth in Accounting… Chicago (November 29, 2010) Today, the Institute for Truth in Accounting released Minnesota’s “Financial State of the State.” After an intensive review of the State’s 2010 audited financial report the Institute determined the State is in a precarious financial position because it does not have the funds available... Read more »

Mental Health Facility Staffer Coerces Handicapped to Vote

-By Warner Todd Huston In Crow Wing County, Minnesota voting for the mentally handicapped instead of allowing them to vote for themselves is apparently like “instructing a young child on how to stay between the lines when coloring.” At least that is what a staffer for a facility for the mentally handicapped was heard saying... Read more »

RNC Launches No More Frankens Website

-By Warner Todd Huston There is little doubt that Al Franken’s namesake is a perfect analogy because he is certainly a Frankenstein of a Senator. When he barely won the Senate seat for the Democrats in Minnesota over incumbent Norm Coleman several years ago it was painfully obvious that major improprieties and problems marred that... Read more »