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My name is Drew and I am from Boy Scout Troop 714. I am writing this letter for my communication merit badge. I think the lunches at Spring Lake Park High School need to be healthier than they are now. Yeah there is fruit and vegetables, but we also get the hamburger and fries. We don’t even ge...Read More
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If you thought the drive to normalize homosexuality and gay marriage would end there, you were wrong. There is now an even stronger push among gay activists to normalize “transgender.” Yes, we have come to the letter T in LGBT and have taken one more step away reality. ...Read More
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The Republicans in the election talked about the need for better roads and bridges. They talked about the need to do better on education, especially the disparity question. Their constant tirade is “no deficits.” But once they are in power in the state House of Representatives, what is their fir...Read More
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Breast feeding in a public setting should not be off-putting. It is a natural occurrence instinctive to a baby. A woman should not feel socially rejected because her baby is hungry. We’ve become so used to seeing breasts being used for advertisement, attraction and personal satisfaction that we fo...Read More
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I enjoyed the ECM Editorial Board editorial in the Dec. 12 ABC Newspapers. It was well-written and accurately addressed major concerns for “Charting the Future” of MnSCU (Minnesota State Colleges and Universities) and its effect on all education in Minnesota....Read More
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On the Ferguson uproar, Joe Nathan’s column lacks the insight given in an editorial by Steve Johnson (a retired cop). Nathan’s data restates well-known facts about the prevalence of arrests and convictions of minorities. Our police are more often called to protect people in areas largely inhabit...Read More
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Seven short months ago I graduated from Legacy Christian Academy, where I attended high school in Andover. I’m currently spending my days attending classes, surrounded by busy university students with crazy schedules. Each one of them has had different life experiences from different families in d...Read More
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Not long ago we had the opportunity to have breakfast with Oak Grove Mayor Mark Korin. Mark also owns and manages a manufacturing plant in Ramsey. It was refreshing to listen to an elected official who uses good common sense. Mark eliminated the city manager’s job and a few other jobs, saving the ...Read More
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In her Oct. 31 letter, Barb Anderson again uses claims from websites such as David Barton’s Wallbuilders that just do not stand up to scrutiny. Barton and others publish Christian nation “proofs” that are either logical fallacies or distortions. Not one proves this is a “Christian nation.”...Read More
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