Monday, August 06, 2012 By Aaron Brown
You may recall I like to refer to the Lake Superior congressional districts (MN-8, WI-7 and MI-1) as the "State of Superior," reflecting a movement in the 1800s for these territorial properties to become their own resource-rich, low-population state. This region shares a similar culture and economic condition, though they have become isolated from one another by their forced inclusion in the tyrannical regimes of St. Paul, Madison and Lansing, respectively.
Anyway, Cravaack and Duffy are part and parcel of today's political news. I expect we'll see a doozy of a campaign here in the north woods.