Tag Archives: Emmer

MN 2018: How Do The Races Look Right Now?

After that ghastly Trump/Putin “summit” meeting yesterday, it becomes more imperative than ever that Democrats organize to win in November….everywhere. So what is happening in Minnesota? Let’s take a look: First generally, I feel that the embrace of Trump by MN GOP will be their undoing…instead of turning red, they will be bleeding come the […]

After years of Paulsen “Washington Must Do More With Less”, Ryan wants more spending on CTE

Political spin was on display during retiring Speaker Paul Ryan’s visit to pump up the re-election campaigns of Second District Congressman Jason Lewis and Third District Congressman Erik Paulsen (highlights from the Star-Tribune) U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan visited several Twin Cities businesses Monday, touting tax cuts and technical careers while also talking up the […]

Lewis and Paulsen and TEA Party Endorsements

Since the rise of the TaxEnoughAlready Party in Minnesota, the message was clear … there would be primary challenges to Republican members of Congress they accuse of “caving in” to Democrats. So it was that Second District Republicans have held a completive primary since 2012 … until this year, when first term Congressman Jason Lewis […]

This Week’s House Priority : CHIP, DACA, Government Funding, or 5 Year Prison Term for an Abortion ?

Déjà Vu ? Or is it prep time for November’s election ? If you have followed the headlines, you are probably aware that this week, the funding for the government will end January 19th without congressional action. Most likely, you are also aware that funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) will run out […]

Emmer and Paulsen Following RNCC Playbook While Lewis Channels Trump

Photographic proof that Jason Lewis is correct — “Well-oiled” activists targeting Minnesota homes Going door to door, CLF field team is working hard to share how @RepErikPaulsen is fighting for #MN03 families. pic.twitter.com/iUJSFzG5yU — CLF (@CLFSuperPAC) August 24, 2017 Since the August recess is just past it’s halfway point, it is appropriate to see what […]