Open Letter


Rigged Elections?

To: The Honorable Denise Merrill
National Association of Secretaries of State
Washington, D.C.

by Vance Opperman

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

To: Ms. Heather Ring Executive Director Innocence Project of Minnesota St. Paul, Minn.

The Lake Formerly Known as Calhoun

To: Tom Landwehr DNR Commissioner St. Paul, MN

Theater Of The Absurd: Donald Trump

To: Bertolt Brecht, Office of the Cauliflower Trust, Chicago, Ill.

(Anti) Social Media

To: Mr. Mark Zuckerberg, Old Sun Microsystems , Office Silicon Valley, CA

Supreme Because It Is Final

To: The Hon. Sen. Charles Grassley Chairman, Senate Judiciary Committee Washington, D.C.

'Mad As Hell' Jurassic Politics

to: Mr. Howard Beale UBS Evening News New York City, NY

A Tax Reversion Proposal

to: Sen. Orrin Hatch, Chairman Rep. Kevin Brady, Vice Chairman Joint Committee on Taxation United States Capitol Washington, D.C.

One Person, 40 Votes

To the average Minnesota voter

Christmas: "No Way" For Norway

To: The Grinch c/o Dr. Seuss Hanover, NH

Thanksgiving And Guns

To: Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Sen. Al Franken

Minnesota: Already Trumped

To: The Honorable Jesse Ventura

The Teague League

The so-called money sports seem to attract the highest number of scandals.

End-Of-Summer Minnesota Get-Together

Requiem For A Building

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Sarah Lutman's

Performing Philanthropy

Is Your Business Fostering Racial Equity?

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Sima Griffith's

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