Superior, Wisconsin has been named one of the Best Small Cities to Start a Business in a 2017 study conducted by WalletHub. Superior was ranked 16 out of 1,200 small cities with populations between 25,000 and 100,000.
WalletHub used three key dimensions to determine the rankings: Business Environment, Access to Resources, and Business Costs. Superior scored highest in the Business Environment rank with a 32 and received an overall score of 48.39.
Other regional cities were also ranked, including West Fargo, Grand Forks, St. Cloud, Moorhead, Wausau and DFL Duluth.
After spending all of last week in Minnesota, UTT’s professional assessment of the enemy situation is this: the cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota – known as the “Twin Cities” – are in enemy-held territory. They are, at least for the time being, lost – meaning, they are under the control of a collaborative jihadist/marxist element there.
The purpose of the Islamic Movement here – per their stated doctrine – is to wage Civilization Jihad until America becomes an Islamic State under sharia (Islamic Law).
Minnesota’s 59 percent premium increases on its individual health insurance market have been shocking consumers and politicians alike, but they’re not even the highest in the country.
New figures released Monday show an average premium increase of 25 percent in the 39 states using the federal HealthCare.gov insurance exchange. Minnesota uses a state-run exchange, MNsure. Among the 43 states with available data, Minnesota has the fourth-highest premium increase, behind Tennessee, Oklahoma and the 116 percent increase in Arizona. All three states use HealthCare.gov.