Duty to Warn
Gary G. Kohls, MD
In almost every country in the world where America’s notorious “Wall Street and War Street” gang of thugs has tampered and interfered with its internal workings, things have always turned out badly for each country involved.
You can’t be neutral on gay rights, without being targeted as inhumane to the human condition. You can’t support the private sector investment without saying capitalism as a whole is fraud.
With today’s renewed calls coming from the General Staff and the usual Senate and cable TV bombasts for the use of ever more missiles and bombs, a review of the rationale put forward a year ago, and some of the questions raised then, can help inform
North Shore Notes
They took front and rear seats. Sue-Sue and I were fit (to save money) in the trunk. With no room to move, I didn’t. She made up for my stillness.
A person who fails to stop a vehicle while a school bus has its stop-arm extended is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a minimum fine of $300.
Everyone keeps lecturing the Board of Education about getting along. In reality the Board is split by a seemingly irreparable fracture.
Republican education “reformers” always state that if we got rid of our bad teachers all of our students could wear the Lake Wobegon logo of “above average.” Thus, we should get rid of tenure laws, seniority policies, salary schedules based on degree
Let me guess. You may be one of those who claim to never have been good at foreign languages, but I bet you know the meaning of each of the words in the title of this article.
Gabriel Christopher Dee
Duluth-Superior Pride will soon be celebrating its 28th annual Labor Day weekend festival. The events will run from Thursday, August 28th until Sunday, August 31st
Things have changed dramatically over the years. There are still many parts of the larger region that feel uncomfortable, unwelcoming and somewhat dangerous but I have been moved by a growing number of straight allies
Let’s check our weaponry: 93,000 machine guns, 533 planes and helicopters, 180,000 magazine cartridges, and 432 mine-resistant ambush protected vehicles. Okay, let’s roll!
Ferguson is emblematic of deep racial divisions that persist in the United States today. Since the 1980s, the city has shifted from a majority white population to one that is majority black.
Eat & Drink
At first I ignored the pink bottle’s weird siren call, but I think it was the Papa Lazarou association that allowed the creepy little voodoo doll to seep into my brain until one day I just had to have a bottle
Astonishing indeed. The recent rains have watered the Earth like one of those old terracotta chia pets, and now mushrooms sprout from every sodden surface.
What do you mean, bad weather? Oh, I was out of town, suffering with my J-Hawks team at the state Senior Men’s Over-35 tournament, so I missed both Saturday and Sunday at the Air Show.
The Masked Fan
I have watched many a Little League World Series in my time, but I may have just witnessed the best one I have ever seen.
It seems fitting for this album to come out right as summer is winding down. VIVIELLE’s debut album, “Time Falls Apart,” comes through with a mellow take on indie-rock.
Virgo, the sixth sign of the zodiac, lives in the House of Service and Health. If I was to play nice, I would tell you that Virgos are modest, kind, very logical, discriminating, and fastidious. But that would be lying….
From the Side
The boys at Camp Shack are still seeking investors for an ambitious project that will eventually unearth and expose some of the finest and most useful minerals available on this or any other planet.
I can only compare it to 2006, when I first arrived into town from Chicago at the tender age of 22 to take my first job as a reporter at KBJR. I was not out and was really worried that I’d literally be the only gay person in Duluth.