Tag Archives: MN-02

Kline Paradox : Religious Freedom and Immigrants

There are a couple of bills flowing through the House involving the threat to religious freedom. For example, a concern that some business owners (i.e. a baker or florist) that serving same-sex couples would make them complicit in a relationship that they deem sinful, and so they demand a religious exemption. The logic : the […]


John Kline Gets a Much-Deserved Award

Give John Kline an award and he is likely to tweet about it … Honored to receive award from Nat'l Assoc. of Workforce Boards for my efforts on bipartisan workforce training law. pic.twitter.com/B211gLflaY — John Kline (@repjohnkline) June 22, 2015 It’s a nice award … yet, as much as John Kline wants to remind voters […]


Poll Brings Bad News For John Kline

The disclaimer, or some variation thereof, is a prominent part of any financial statement and is appropriate for in the political world — “Past performance is no guarantee of future results”. While the past does not always predict the future, it sure seems like the views of the voters have not changed. Case in point […]


IF John Kline Wants To Address School Dropouts, He Needs Frederica Wilson on NCLB Conference Committee

First, let’s commend Republicans Ryan Costello (PA-06), Carlos Curbelo (FL-26), Frank LoBiondo (NJ-02), Martha McSally (AZ-02), Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (FL-27) and Mike Simpson (ID-02) for rejecting Chairman John Kline’s logic that we cannot afford to address dropouts. With the House having completed it’s reform of No Child Left Behind with a partisan bill (zero Democrats voting […]