Friday, October 21, 2016

Why I'm Running Redux

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Almanac Debate 10/14/16

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Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Enough Said...Part Deux

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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Star Tribune: In Second District race, a real difference in how to battle terror

In Minnesota's Second District race, Republican Jason Lewis and Democrat Angie Craig are polar opposites in dealing with the issue. 

By John R. Lott, Jr. SEPTEMBER 29, 2016


St. Cloud is still reeling from the stabbing of nine people on Sept. 17. The terrorist yelled “Allahu akbar!” as he attacked shoppers at the Crossroads Center mall. A bombing in New York City left 29 people wounded. The Cascade Mall in Burlington, Wash., was next, with five people shot to death.

While investigations are still ongoing, all of the attacks are likely to be similarly-motivated and perpetrated by Muslim immigrants.

Similar deadly attacks have included the Boston Marathon bombings, the Chattanooga and Little Rock military recruiting office attacks, San Bernardino, and earlier this year the Orlando nightclub shooting.

Minnesota’s Second District congressional race between Republican Jason Lewis and Democrat Angie Craig couldn’t present more different views on the threat of terrorism. Last December, Lewis noted: “More gun controls won’t stop domestic terror; more immigration controls and border security will. Time to get serious.”

Saturday, September 17, 2016