American Inventor Series: Josephine Cochrane, Inventor of the Dishwasher

Josephine Cochrane, born March 8, 1839, was born in Ohio but spent most of her adult life living in Shelbyville, Illinois as the wife of a wealthy politician named William Cochran. Josephine spelled their name with an “e” at the end to give it some extra pizzazz.

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Minneapolis and St. Paul School Districts Allowed Students to Skip Class for Climate Strike

The Minneapolis and St. Paul school districts reportedly alerted parents that their children would not be disciplined for participating in Friday’s global youth climate strike.

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Cardoza-Moore Exposes Monopoly of Pearson Publishing and Its Pro-Islamist Indoctrination in Minnesota Speech

Laurie Cardoza-Moore, founder of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations, spoke to a massive crowd Saturday gathered for Olive Tree Ministries’ “Understanding the Times” conference in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.

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American Inventor Series: The Wright Brothers

How do you tell the story of the brothers who gave mankind the gift of flight? The men who realized ancient man’s distant dream of taking to the sky? It’s a daunting task, but luckily other gifted historians have attempted to tell their story.

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Minnesota State Rep. Drazkowski Slams Rep. Ilhan Omar for Violence in Her District

State Rep. Steve Drazkowski (R-Mazeppa) joined Laura Ingraham on Fox News this week to discuss the rise in crime in Minneapolis, represented in Congress by Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN-05).

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American Inventor Series: Cyrus McCormick, the Man Who Freed America from Famine

Cyrus Hall McCormick was born in 1809 on his father’s rural farm tucked between the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains in an America that was still developing “beyond the struggle for food.”

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Congregant Involved in Latest St. Paul Shooting Had Legal Permit to Carry, Returned Suspect’s Fire

A St. Paul man was murdered Wednesday night outside of his church, though there could have been more victims were it not for one congregant’s legal permit to carry a firearm.

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Lawmakers Renew Calls for Privatizing Minnesota’s Twin Cities Public Television After Station Destroyed Embarrassing Footage of First Lady Walz

Minnesota Republicans are renewing their calls to privatize public television stations after new reports revealed that Twin Cities Public Television (TPT) deleted embarrassing footage of First Lady Gwen Walz at the request of the governor’s office.

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American Inventor Series: Harvey S. Firestone, Ohio Farm Boy Turned Tire Tycoon

Harvey S. Firestone was born on December 20, 1868 in Columbiana, Ohio to a family of farmers who had resided in the region since the early 19th century. He was an Ohio farm boy who went on to become one of the greatest industrialists of the modern world.

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