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Letters to the Editor

No evidence of election tampering

James Maxson Minot Having recently voted at the Ward County courthouse, I was assured by the very polite and diligent women in charge that they didn’t believe there was any evidence of election interference from Italian satellites or Jewish laser beams. My own uneducated review of the ...

We need to demand answers

Gary Berube Mandan Why are we paying our President to fly to Saudi Arabia to ask them to increase production? Why don’t we demand that he allow our own people to drill for oil and use our own resources and be independent as we were under the previous administration? The President says ...

Sick to my stomach

Alan L. LaBar White Earth When I heard 11 senators voted against $40 BILLION for Ukraine in addition to what had been spent, I had been researching the History of Russia and Ukraine, and while I consider myself “Anti-War,” I clearly see why Russia took the action they did. In WWII ...

Explain Republican chairmen’s actions

Duane Brekke Minot Allow me to introduce myself. I am Duane Brekke. I was born a Norwegian so if I am a little slow, please bear with me. I am also a news junkie! President Putin brings his oligarchy together, family members included, and rules with a tight fist. In Minot in the ...

Flag Day realization

Margaret E. Hass Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, past National Commander Minot Red, White and Blue were waving majestically over us as we gathered for Flag Day in the Ryan Buick/GMC parking lot. Listening to the wise words spoken there one had to come to the realization we ...

State Mill reflects ND populism

Dean Hulse Fargo Question: when is a tail not a tail? Answer: when it’s a waggin’. That joke, as harmless as it may seem, implies the danger of confusing one thing with another. Take, for example, a present-day understanding of the term “populism.” The denotative meaning of ...