Anyone who’s smart, curious, and has lived anywhere else readily understands the glorious treasure that is Minnesota Public Radio News, one of the nation’s best public stations. At a time when much of our news is delivered in shouts and nonsense, MPR is a nature preserve of information. It’s based on a quaint notion: Allow learned people to discuss the issues of the day with civility and reason, free of the canned talking points and shrill partisan yammering that litter our news diet. Think of it as medicine for the head.
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