Ed Schultz To Head Super PAC Dedicated To Middle Class Issues

He has a networth of over ten million dollars. Is that “middle class?” How much do the labor unions, that he shills for, pay him?  “LAS VEGAS — After years of speaking the language of progressives on cable news network MSNBC, Ed Schultz says he’s going to give the middle class a boost by harnessing…
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Letter: Our Diversity Can Help End Violence

The melting pot is a quaint concept which has been replaced by group rights and preferences. Letter: Our diversity can help end violence By Mark Bratlie from Fargo I  would like to respond to a recent (Oct. 10) letter concerning our nation’s rampant and senseless violence. The writer argues that the answer is not in…
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Forum Editorial: Hospitality To Refugees Earns Rose

How many different languages does state media make their material available in?  How many of these jobs don’t require the ability to communicate in English? PRAIRIE ROSES: To North Dakota’s refugee resettlement agencies and sponsors, for leading the nation in the per-capita resettlement of those fleeing war and persecution. As a portion of its population,…
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Letter: Co-ops Improve Quality Of Life In North Dakota

What’s the difference between Co-ops and Communes?  Letter: Co-ops improve quality of life in North Dakota By Ryan M. Taylor I’ve always been a “co-op guy,” ever since my parents brought me home from the hospital to a house and a ranch electrified, connected, served and supplied by a host of cooperatives providing power, telephone,…
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Mapleton’s $7.2 Million Referendum Fails

I hope taxpayers in Mapleton don’t receive a “leafy spurge” from state media for this on Monday.  MAPLETON, N.D. — It will be a few weeks before Mapleton School District officials decide their next course of action in the wake of Wednesday’s defeat of a $7.2 million school bond referendum. Both questions on the ballot…
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