Today marks the fifteenth anniversary of my starting blogging. It’s been lots of work but it’s been so worth it. Whether I’ve written about the Purple Finger Revolution in Iraq, the Orange Revolution in some little country called Ukraine or the Cedar Revolution in Lebanon, I’ve become much better informed. In those 15 years, I’ve reported on City Council corruption. I was the Vote No operation when the ISD 742 tried sneaking through the Tech HS bonding referendum of $140,000,000+ I’m proud to say that we defeated that referendum. Although we lost the ‘return match’, at least we made sure the citizens were fully informed.

I’ve covered other issues of corruption too, including the widespread corruption at the Minnesota Department of Human Services, the Minnesota Department of Human Rights and at MNLARS.

Along the way, I’ve met some great people who’ve become good friends. Since I can’t remember each of their names, I’ll just thank my friends and tell each of you that I’ll be in touch soon.

These days, of course, I’m focusing on Adam Schiff’s faux whistleblower, aka CIA snitch, and Schiff’s carefully choreographed impeachment hearings. Right around the corner is the 2020 presidential election. Unlike the Never Trumpers, I expect a positive outcome for the GOP.

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3 Responses to “Another milestone for LFR”

  • Gretchen Leisen says:

    I want to thank you for all your hard work in covering the political scene in Minnesota and in Washington, DC. This is not an easy task. Observing events as they happen is only the tip of the mountain of work involved in pulling everything together and writing the story.

  • eric z says:

    You are the George Blanda of blogging. Or would you rather I say Gordie Howe? Gordie had more attitude over his lengthy career. Or there is the bunny with the drum, still going, still going? The big question is whether you keep it up during the two Bernie terms. He’s not the rogue Clinton is/was, no opportunity to critique that way, but his policy does differ somewhat from yours. Somewhat.

  • Gary Gross says:

    I’d prefer Gordy Howe. He played longer & he kept playing regular shifts.

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