Minneapolis is a premier American city handicapped by a centralized,
overreaching government that is stifling the freedom and prosperity of its
citizens. MCRC advocates a philosophy of localized, limited government,
strong wards, and active citizens. We seek to elect candidates to city
office who want to open Minneapolis once again to small businesses,
parent/teacher controlled schools, and to make our city affordable for
Mark your calendars and save the date
of May 8, 2014! CD4 and CD5 have teamed up for a
Creative Black Tie event to help them raise funds to crack the blue
bubble that covers Minneapolis and St. Paul! More details will be coming
soon, but be sure to plan on attending in support of your local party!
Thursday, May 8, 2014
Minnesota Historical Center
345 W. Kellogg Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55102
For all candidates, campaign workers, party
officers, volunteers, this is a good opportunity to learn what is required
of all campaigns to comply with the
financial state rules. An infraction of these rules is very serious and we
should all know what is required. There are many dates and locations from
Linea Palmisano and Others Struggle to Explain Sudden Moratorium minnesotaconnected.com, 3/19/14
"Minneapolis doesn't just want more cash either, it needs it; the city is broke — but it's quite good at masking the fact, God forbid they ever get
audited by the state — and if it ever wants to be able to do some heavy spending again, it will need a larger tax base."
Mr. Bergs nails it. Full audit of Mpls budget. Now.
The Party of Big Money?
"The truth is that Democrats outspend Republicans by nearly 3-to-1 in
Minnesota. In fact, $27 million of the $53 million contributed to
in recent years was from just 26 donors: 19 of which are Democrats."
Planned Parenthood reveals big 2014 game plan
By Alexander Burns Politico, 2/26/14
For those who say we shouldn't talk about abortion, the fact is it's a major funding source for the Democrat party. "The cost of the  midterm campaign
[Planned Parenthood Action Fund and Planned Parenthood Votes] is expected to cross the $18 million mark, including $2.4 million the group spent in 2013 for
Virginia's off-year governor's race."
Minneapolis cuts back program to bring fresh food to small city
By Maya Rao Star Tribune, 2/23/14
"One study in 2011 tracked low-income people in Minneapolis,
Birmingham, Ala., Oakland, Calif., and Chicago, and found little
connection between fruit and vegetable consumption and access to supermarkets" but that doesn't matter to the progressives
downtown. They will continue to waste our money trying to force
people to do what they don't want to do.
NYC: More Black Babies Killed by Abortion Than Born
By Michael W. Chapman cnsnews.com, 2/20/14
"In 2012, there were more black babies killed by abortion (31,328)
in New York City than were born there (24,758), and the black
children killed comprised
42.4% of the total number of abortions in the Big Apple." Margaret
Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, would be proud. Blacks
voting for Democrats is
Seven Minimum Wage Facts That Have Democrats Worried
By Wynton Hall Breitbart.com, 1/5/14
Fact #1, just 2.8% of American workers earn at or below the minimum wage
and #2, half of all minimum wage workers are 16 to 24 years old. Typical
of progressives to raise this non-issue as a smokescreen for the real
havoc they have and are causing the economy. Look away from this shiny
object and focus on defeating Obamacontrol.
San Francisco bans all fireplace use during Christmas Daily Caller News Foundation, 12/25/13
"First-time offenders will have the option to enroll in a wood
smoke awareness class to learn about the hazards of wood smoke."
The commissars in downtown Mpls have already discussed the
"dangers" of wood smoke. With no hard evidence or research to back
up their claim these SF weenie facists, obsessed with control, use
their political power to limit freedom. What's next? A ban on
burning candles in church?
The Politics of Poverty, Part 1
By Bill Glahn
"As it turns out, using [liberal Blogger Tony] Petrangelo's voting index,
the metro's poverty areas rank among the most Democrat-voting areas in the
state...What are we to make of the fact that the Met Council has
identified no area of poverty that is represented by a Republican?"
Documents show Dayton earns less than many Minn. city, county
leaders MPRNews, 11/11/13
"...city managers, police chiefs, parks directors, county health
agents among them -- now drawing bigger paychecks than the
governor. In some cases, pay for the same position shot up more
than $40,000 in about eight years." All these employees are forced
to pay union dues that feed the MN Democrat party. Coincidence?