Shaw writes, "Let’s face it. There’s no way lawmakers in North Dakota will legalize abortion in at least the next 50 years. That would take a state legislature dominated by Democrats and a Democratic governor. That may never happen again. So, what do abortion rights activists have to lose by putting it on the ballot?"
Henne writes, "A new movie, entitled '2000 Mules' by Dinesh D'Souza, features information unearthed by an organization called True the Vote. We recently spoke to D'Souza to learn more about the allegations of fraudulent behavior chronicled in the movie."
Not only do the term-limits campaigners think North Dakota voters are too stupid to be in charge of their own decision to re-elect incumbents (the whole point of their ballot measure is to limit that choice), but they think we can be bamboozled into ignoring their unethical petitioning processes too.
Popular Lund boats made in New York Mills factory will be common on Minnesota lakes on fishing opener Saturday, May 14.
With a solid business plan, hard work and enthusiasm, agritourism can be an option to stay on a farm and create added income, all while providing others a connection to agriculture.
This film won't convince you that the 2020 election was stolen, but it is an excellent mechanism for extracting money from the wallets of MAGA-world.
Ryan Eckroth, a candidate for the state Senate in District 35, refused to answer questions when reached for comment.
"An unscientific, unprovable, religiously inspired standard establishes personhood at conception or soon thereafter. Conveniently, by adopting such spurious, simplistic pablum, anti-women's rights zealots can claim abortion is MURDER! Please. Not even Republican strategists believe that. It's political misdirection to keep the rubes riled up."
Losing the bank in town seemed like it could be the beginning of the end for the community. Instead, it revealed that there are still some business leaders who believe in small towns.
"Despite having to run a university hit with massive budget cuts and the loss of dozens of faculty members, NDSU achieved an impressive record under Bresciani's watch," writes InForum columnist Jim Shaw.