Come Saturday Morning: A Tale of Two Franchise Operations

By: Saturday March 5, 2011 6:45 am

The respective models of Ian’s Pizza and Baja Sol show how to grow — and how not to grow — a food franchise operation. Ian’s does it well. Baja Sol? Not so much.


Come Saturday Morning: Minnesota Conservatives — They Can’t Handle the Truth

By: Saturday November 20, 2010 7:45 am

There seems to have been twin outbreaks of bullshittery and dipshittery in the North Star State last week. The first involves a dumbass James O’Keefe wannabee named Pierre “Pete” Arnold III, also known as “The Pete” and “Zeeboid”. The second involves a dumbass faux-Mexican restaurant mogul wannabee and Republican Party of Minnesota Chair named Tony Sutton and a dumbass Republican consultant named Diana Bratlie, the person Sutton thought would make a good witness for his latest nuisance lawsuit in the Dayton-Emmer governor’s race recount.

Come Saturday Morning: Tacos, Toms, and Hitting His Mark – The Minnesota Governor’s Race

By: Saturday October 2, 2010 6:45 am

The Republican group Taco Tony and the Tommies seem to be losing their electoral mojo to this Democratic guy named Mark Dayton, whose plans to have the wealthiest Minnesotans pay a touch more in taxes are quite popular with the populace.

Come Saturday Morning: Baghdad Bob Sutton Strikes Again!

By: Saturday September 18, 2010 6:45 am

As mentioned last week, Republican Party of Minnesota chair and Baja Sol owner Tony Sutton, despite all the evidence to the contrary, insists via his wife and co-owner Bridget that Baja Sickly is going to be back on the mend once Army Group Steiner shows up.

Come Saturday Morning: It’s My Birthday!

By: Saturday September 11, 2010 6:45 am

No, it really isn’t my birthday. It just feels that way, because Tony Sutton, the current chair of the Republican Party of Minnesota and its former treasurer, has pretty much begged the media to look into his financial dealings. By trying to get the local media to bite on the Most Pathetic Smear Attempt Ever, he’s made himself fair game. Oh, goody!

Come Saturday Morning: Minnesota GOP Bad for and/or at Business

By: Saturday September 4, 2010 6:45 am

One of the big themes of the candidates and activists of the Republican Party of Minnesota, as it is for Republicans nationwide, is that they are gifted with boatloads of business sense and know how to run things. However, reality has a way of intruding on even the most expensively-repeated propaganda. Two cases in point: Tom Emmer and Tony Sutton.

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