The tale of two tax-and-spend liberals begins in 2008 with the election of Barack Obama to the presidency. The plot takes us north to Minnesota during the 2010 gubernatorial campaign of Mark Dayton and concludes back in Washington, D.C. in August 2011. Like any good tale, it contains highs and lows, protagonists and antagonists, twists and turns. The story’s main characters may find themselves in different states, but both end up in the same place, a place feared by liberals across the nation: “No Tax Increase Land.”
Revamped gun measures and tougher rules for payday lenders are among the laws that took effect around the country on Jan. 1. But some of them may not be on the books for long.
Published: July 2, 2010
Tags: Arnold Schwarzenegger
SANTA FE, N.M. — When Andrea Perez first drove her Dodge Neon to high school in Santa Fe back in 2001, she faced bigger road risks than most students: She drove without a license, because New Mexico wouldn’t issue her one.
A 32-page comic book tracing the career of Minnesota Sen. Al Franken, from "Saturday Night Live" to the U.S. Senate, will hit stores tomorrow.
So far this week we’ve seen progress on legislation dealing with drugs and rock