Late summer is the perfect time to contemplate empty nesthood.
People and corporations both establish complicated, and in many cases, “fictional” headquarters or domiciles entirely for the purpose of reducing taxes. It has always and will always be that way.
Here is some unsought and free advice as you lead the Target board in its quest for new corporate leadership.
When you have workers who are required to work without pay, who are denied the ability to bargain for their wages and working conditions, you will inevitably get a union.
If you’re serious about improving the quality of college applicants, the answer lies in devoting time and effort to developing a more rigorous and standardized high school curricula.
Gambling will certainly produce people not as smart as their phones.
Colorado won’t be the only state that is “high,” nor will Washington remain its only companion for very long.
Airline travel has gotten better recently, but we do not need various patrons calling in a loud voice to share the object of their displeasure.
Large government bureaucracies frequently ignore their own histories of snafus.
The basic idea is to devote a legislative session to repealing or deleting various parts of our statutory and regulatory thicket that stand in the way of effective governance.
Minnesota has a great tradition of science and technology, but more needs to be done and soon.
Wilf family troubles aside, the stadium will get built.
Edward Snowden is not hiding in the basement.