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Clinton’s under-whelming defense

February 2, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s defense against overwhelming evidence she broke the law requiring her to keep national security information secret amounts to what a teenager might say after getting a parking... more »»

State Government Has Just the Job for You

January 31, 2016 Even though five percent of the North Dakota workforce is still claiming to be unemployed, there are plenty of jobs for the taking. more »»

Welcome home, Josh

January 30, 2016 All of North Dakota should be grateful, and the city of Minot proud, that we have such a willing and capable state ambassador as Josh Duhamel. more »»

Step into a leadership role

January 29, 2016 How many times have you caught yourself upset with what’s happening in your hometown? How many times have you been angry at decisions made by leaders at one level or another? Ever shook your head in... more »»

Michael Bloomberg: an echo, not a choice

January 29, 2016 WASHINGTON — Michael Bloomberg’s epiphany about the 2016 presidential proceedings is that what is missing is a second bossy, big-government billionaire from Manhattan’s East Side — another candidat... more »»

Hillary Clinton’s nightmare

January 29, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s nightmare is not the sudden resurgence of Bernie Sanders. It is the fidelity to the rule of law of the FBI. more »»

Here we go again, trash talking the working class

January 29, 2016 Bear with me, please, as I start this column with a brief story about my two grandmothers who lived in trailer homes. more »»

Minot and the ‘vision thing’

January 28, 2016 There appear to be more and more of them around Minot. “Them” as in paved lots, partially-constructed foundations and fading placards introducing a coming development of some sort. more »»

Killing babies

January 24, 2016 In one week during January 1973, President Richard M. Nixon was inaugurated to his second term, former President Lyndon B. more »»

Mayor de Blasio: Hypocrite hooked on Hollywood cash

January 24, 2016 Because the crime rate is zero, the potholes are all fixed and homelessness has been completely eradicated, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio now has time to focus on what really matters to Big... more »»

Donald Trump and the Cult of Personality

January 24, 2016 “Power,” Henry Kissinger once told The New York Times, “is the ultimate aphrodisiac. more »»

Congrats, Minot

January 23, 2016 Congratulations to the City of Minot and to its people and institutions. Success in garnering $74. more »»

Is the spectre of Trump haunting Davos?

January 23, 2016 The lights are burning late in Davos tonight. more »»

Super Bowl lessons for the next President

January 23, 2016 America’s attention will soon be consumed by the 50th Super Bow. more »»

The man who drowned democracy with ‘sewer money’

January 23, 2016 This week marked the anniversary of the Citizens United decision, which exposed American democracy to increasing domination by the country’s very richest and most reactionary figures — modern heirs... more »»

Hillary’s lies about Healthcare

January 22, 2016 Hillary Clinton is attacking rival Bernie Sanders, calling his plan to replace Obamacare with socialist single payer healthcare a “risky deal” and unaffordable. more »»

Feeling the Bern, Clinton wraps herself in Obama

January 22, 2016 The once-inevitable Hillary Clinton is feeling the Bern in Iowa and New Hampshire. It’s gotten so that if President Obama were bath oil, Hillary would bathe in him. more »»

The Republican race heats up while Hillary Clinton falters

January 22, 2016 The race for president is accelerating in high gear, or, rather, the races for president — in the Republican and Democratic parties, in the Iowa caucuses, the New Hampshire primary and primaries and... more »»

Nightmares for many Americans and companies

January 21, 2016 Like shady used-car salespeople who need to meet quotas, federal officials in charge of the Obamacare program are far more concerned with numbers than quality care for customers. more »»

Can Congress get its swagger back?

January 21, 2016 According to the Constitution, the legislature is the first and most powerful branch of government. And yet, many believe — on the left and the right — that the institution has atrophied. more »»



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