As The Horn-O-Meter Turns

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Our Green Eye Shade Gubers

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The “O” Word

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PR Pro Horner Defies PR Conventional Wisdom With Budget Plan

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The Price Of Entry For Retailers Who Want To Play Politics

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How Does Dayton Do It?

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Blah, Blah, Emmer Bad, Blah

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The Uprising of 2010: Tea Partyism or Smorgasbordism?

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Do As I Say, Not as I Sue

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LIVE: Hearing Out Horner

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Visionless?

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All Three Parties Focus Their Spotlights On Horner

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Minnesota’s Reagan?

Former Minnesota House Speaker Matt Entenza’s critics derisively labeled him “Taxandspendza” because he rejected the “no new taxes” gospel preached by Minnesota Taxpayer League disciples.

But now that the DFLer is running for Governor, has he undergone political plastic surgery? Consider his commentary in today’s Star Tribune:

“We cannot simply tax our way out of our deficit; we must grow our way out of it.”

Hey, wait a minute. That sounds vaguely familiar. I’m having flashbacks to the early 1980s. I’m listening to a presidential address, with Oingo Boingo on the turntable in the background:

“Governments don’t reduce deficits by raising taxes on the people; governments reduce deficits by controlling spending and stimulating new wealth.”

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