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Podcast: Boycotting the NFL, Mining in Minnesota, and Recreational Marijuana

Podcast: Boycotting the NFL, Mining in Minnesota, and Recreational Marijuana

On today’s radio show I was joined by Isaac Orr from the Center of the American Experiment, a Minnesota-based think tank. Orr talked about the importance of mining in Minnesota, particularly tapping into reserves of platinum family minerals like nickel and copper in the state’s Iron Range. Also Fargo Attorney Mark Friese talks about problems

Matt Evans: The Market Works, Or How The Desire To Make Money Contributes To Social Change

“By pursuing his own interest he frequently promotes that of the society more effectually than when he really intends to promote it” — Adam Smith, “The Wealth of Nations” The NFL is having a watershed moment. After last weeks drama about Ray Rice assaulting his future wife, and this weeks revelations about Adrian Peterson being

LegitSlater: We Need to Reconsider Who We Idolize, and Why

I love sports just as much as the next guy or gal. I participate in Fantasy Football and fill out a pick sheet at work every week detailing who I think will win that Sunday’s (Thursday’s and Monday’s too) NFL matchups. I have a passing interest in Baseball, enjoy Hockey, and will even tolerate a

CBS Columnist: Indians Who Like The Washington "Redskins" Nickname Are Uncle Toms

Here in North Dakota a years-long battle over the University of North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux nickname ended with a whimper when the Spirit Lake Sioux tribe lost a federal appeal in their lawsuit against the NCAA. Yes, that’s right, at the end of that fight the people fighting hardest to keep the Sioux nickname at

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