Eric Black After some of the comments on some of my previous pieces about Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson's tenure in office criticized me for criticizing Swanson, a woman who worked in the AG's office during Swanson's first term offered to tell me her story. Here it is.The Rev. Linda McEwen, who worked as a Lutheran pastor during much of her career, was hired to work in the AG's office not long after Swanson was elected to her first term.She didn’t like what she saw. It ended badly. McEwen, who is now mostly retired and lives in Mahtomedi, was ordained as a Lutheran minister in 1979, when female ministers were still relatively few. She considers herself a proud feminist.In 2006, when Swanson became the first woman...
READ MORE >
Ex-Swanson aide didn't like what she saw in AG's office. So she offered to tell her story