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Data from this month's midterm election vote show the delegates showing up for the North Dakota Republican Party's candidate selection process are significantly out of touch with what North Dakota voters want from those candidates.
"It's not enough for Trump to go. Trumpism, which is to say the bombastic, hateful, egotistical, divisive, and ultimately self-defeating approach to politics Trump has popularized, and that many Republicans have internalized, must go with it."
I'd like to think that there was a time, not so long ago, when political candidates and activists who talked casually about Jewish media conspiracies, and flippantly used slurs, would have resigned in shame when caught, or would at the very least be ostracized by their party. But that's not happening anymore"."
The committee said the "discrimination" had been going on for about 10 months despite its best efforts to work with Google.
Becker is a very modern sort of politician. One who has no compunctions about trafficking in even egregious falsehoods if he thinks it'll help him find an edge in his quest for status and power. He relies on the assumption that voters are stupid, and that their often understandable frustrations with politics can be leveraged into the sort of credulity that's needed to believe these whoppers.
Republican Public Service Commissioner Julie Fedorchak joins this episode of Plain Talk for a conversation that kicks off a series of debates between North Dakota's statewide candidates. Fedorchak's Democratic-NPL challenger, Melanie Moniz, declined to participate.

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Conservatives used to talk a lot about personal responsibility. You don't hear much about that from today's Republicans.
I don't believe Rick Becker is racist or homophobic, but I do think he lacks the integrity to speak out about those things when it's not politically convenient. That's the sort of person Rick Becker is. Voters, take note.
I called Ethan Harsell for comment, and the District 43 candidate for state House told me the posts "do not reflect me at all," claiming that they were made when he was younger, although the examples I cited were all from within the last two years.

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