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MN01 Hagedorn : Incompetency or Embezzlement ?

Gotta bet that not many voters will bother to read the 233 page Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE) report on findings and exhibits presented in their review of Minnesota’s First District Congressman Jim Hagedorn spending of taxpayer dollars and receiving campaign committee space at no (or below market) cost … and that is exactly what […]

Is Racism the reason Reps. Fischbach and Hagedorn opposed the EQUAL Act ?

Remember Minnesota’s Second District Congressman Jason Lewis complaining over the size and associated costs of the federal criminal code and prison system ? “Criminal justice reform is one of my absolute priorities”, said Congressman Lewis in a November 7, 2017 press release. Adding, “There are better ways to spend Americans’ tax dollars and keep our […]

MN01 Letter To The Editor : Hagedorn turned his eyes from the Jan. 6 insurrection to focus on “un-American discrimination”

QUERY : Which of these would Minnesota First District Congressman Jim Hagedorn object to : a) The Small Business Administration addressing veteran-owned business b) The Small Business Administration addressing women-owned business c) The Small Business Administration addressing Black-owned business As you ponder that question, consider that there are over 9 million women-owned small businesses in […]

MN01 : Why Is Hagedorn Pushing Coal Mines and Pipelines (Answer : Donors)

The February 20th edition of the Hagedorn Report highlights First District Congressman Jim Hagedorn’s recent visit to Chatfield High School to promote the school’s manufacturing education program which helps students learn skilled trades (I wonder if he explained why he voted NO to H.R 447 The National Apprenticeship Act which the House passed in a […]

MN01 : Hagedorn Blasts Biden for following recommendations in Trump-era Congressional Report

Query : Who should get taxpayer dollars from the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program — Minnesota turkey growers or Kentucky bluegrass sod farmers ? It’s a serious question … especially since in the first round of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (or CFAP1), Minnesota turkey operations were shut out. This prompted bipartisan complaints from the Minnesota […]