Party of one
“On another person’s private land or a public right-of-way, a person may not discharge a firearm within 500 feet of a building occupied by humans or livestock without permission.”
North Shore Notes
There is far more nuttiness loose than we are able to use. It is a bumper crop, and did it not so frequently turn ardent and lethal in its convictions, it could be seen as an appealingly human trait
“It’ll look quite a bit different,” Rayala acknowledged. “People will be able to actually walk into the river….[A] major improvement will be providing canoe and kayak access—something that’s really needed.”
Perhaps you think that corporations use their campaign donations to buy politicians who then deliver public policies the corporate donors want. And perhaps you think this is corrupt, anti-democratic, and… well, stinky.
Imagine the headline: “A Federal appeals court in Texas has ruled that 80 percent of gun stores in Texas must close.” Self-proclaimed patriots in Texas would be up in arms. But in the Lone Star State, not all rights are created equal.
Another beautiful rainy, gray day – perfect for some fall beers. I just happened to have a trio of them in the fridge, and one in particular called out to me.
Unemployed and under-employed, idle at a West Baltimore soup kitchen or dead-ended at some strip-mall cash register—these are the excess Americans. The economy staggers along without them, and without anyone in this society truly or sincerely regard
Duty to Warn
Gary G. Kohls, MD
The Dilemma That Violent Empires Don’t Know How to Deal With: Active, Non-violent Resistance to Evil
Today, Columbus’s atrocities would be used by the White House and the Pentagon when they’re in need of a new enemy.
It was the type of morning when gray clouds replace the entire sky, and the smoky gold of maple leaves seem to replace the sun. After a day of heavy rain, a damp calm had settled into the woods. Nothing moved except the occasional crumpled leaf
But the biggest triumph for UMD last weekend remains the No. 2 nationally ranked volleyball team’s stunning three-game sweep against Concordia of St. Paul.
The Masked Fan
TALMADGE RIVER… Fans, the NHL regular season has kicked off. There have been some surprises so far, but I’ll get to those down the road as the season progresses.
Less than two days after announcing he won’t run for re-election, Duluth mayor Don P. Ness was seen turning in an application at Target for a cashier position. He was dressed nicely for the occasion, wearing a button-up shirt and nicely pressed slack
For those who occasionally make it out to venues like Sir Benedict’s, the musicians Wes Hadrich and Greg Tiburzi might be familiar names.
The work I produce seems to naturally organize itself into series. Between these series are transitional works that chart the changes from one series to the next.
When I was cajoled by a colleague into going to this movie, I had reminiscences of my youth pastor in the mid-’70s telling us about the rapture and pre-Armageddon.
What’s your sign?
Scorpio is the eighth sign of the zodiac, and lives in the House of Death, Sex, and other people’s junk. What I should tell you is that Scorpios are intensely mysterious, sensual beings blessed with the gift of regeneration