Editorial cartoon for June 18, 2022
An editorial cartoon by Dave Granlund.
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Cartoonist Dave Granlund draws on the recent stock market drop.
Minnesota Opinion: Minnesota’s bulging surplus means now’s the time to invest in workforce, college access
The Minnesota State system request for $350 million in additional funding would freeze tuition and train more desperately needed workers.
Minnesota's Seventh District Rep. Fischbach, R-Paynesville, voted against infrastructure bill, but wants credit for Moorhead underpass project
Shift work increases your risk of health issues, such as diabetes and heart disease. A new study shows that even when you return to a regular schedule, elevated health risks may continue. Get the details including what you can do to help reduce those risks in this episode of NewsMD's "Health Fusion" with Viv Williams.
For centuries, our ongoing desire to create a more perfect union has made us stronger, helping us move forward as one nation despite our differences.
Ruben Navarrette commentary: Mexican-Americans take center stage in Uvalde massacre, to their horror
Summary: Meanwhile, as Uvalde residents bury the victims, Latinos are asking thorny questions: Was race a factor in the slow police response, or in the fact that parents were ignored, scolded and manhandled? What if this had been a mostly White school in a wealthy suburb? Do you suppose White parents would have been handcuffed for trying to save their children?
Summary: In response to a leak of a draft majority Supreme Court opinion by Justice Samuel Alito that would strike down Roe v. Wade — the landmark 1973 decision that guaranteed federal constitutional protections of abortion rights — many Americans don't know what to think.
Navarrette commentary: Carlson turned Fox News into grievance central for white people who feel victimized
Summary: Newsflash: Cable TV news is a sandbox run by white folks that is plagued by systemic racism from both liberals and conservatives.