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Reversing Trickle Down Economics Stimulates the Economy: Minesota Provides Free Internet By Taxing the Rich Who Have Paid Politicians to Redistribute Your Income to Themselves

On Thursday, December 3, 2015, Minnesota government officials announced the state was facing a $1.9 billion surplus. Current Governor Mark Dayton faced a $6.2 billion deficit five years ago when he took office from Republican Trickle-downer Governor Tim Pawlenty. 620 more words

Analyst: 'Pawlenty Has A Double Edged Sword'

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Former Minnesota first lady Mary Pawlenty is thinking about running for the congressional seat currently held by Rep. John Kline.

Kline has served seven terms. 299 more words


Mary Pawlenty Weighs Minnesota Congressional Bid

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP/WCCO) — Ex-judge and former Minnesota first lady Mary Pawlenty is weighing a run for Congress in a district that won’t have an incumbent on the 2016 ballot. 146 more words


Your Candidate Sucks: Martin O'Malley

NAME: Mi- Mark O’Malley
DOB: Whatever Nathan Drake’s is
BIGGEST FANS: Confused Mike O’Malley fans
BIGGEST ADVANTAGES: He looks like an everyman
BIGGEST DISADVANTAGES: But not the Bruce Willis kind of everyman… 782 more words

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In Iowa, Pawlenty's Short Campaign Still Casts Long Shadow

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Long before the 2012 Iowa caucuses, Tim Pawlenty was already out of the race for president. Yet his short-lived campaign lives on, casting a shadow over the Republicans now wooing voters in the state that kicks off the White House contest. 897 more words


Dayton, Pawlenty Join Groundbreaking At State's Newest Park

SOUDAN, Minn. (AP) — Gov. Mark Dayton and former Gov. Tim Pawlenty were among the government officials who grabbed shovels to help break ground for Minnesota’s newest state park. 117 more words


Forget 2016, 2018: Former Gov. Pawlenty declares political retirement

With Governor Mark Dayton having declared his second term in office his last, there are naturally questions about who might step up to take the job in 2018 – but you can count former Governor Tim Pawlenty out. 147 more words