A recent interview with Sen. John Hoeven about white supremacists ended abruptly after radio host Scott Hennen kept badgering the senator for his criticism of President Trump’s slow and bad response to Charlottesville.
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KVLY-TV confirmed this week what many have long believed, that “Chris Berg is not a journalist.”
It is the policy of KVLY-TV in Fargo to describe white nationalists by the label of their choosing, such as pro-white, the station recently said in a message to a viewer.
An unidentified man was apparently recorded in the hallway outside Fargo City Council chambers ranting against Somalis and praising Councilman Dave Piepkorn “because he’s against the Somalians too.”
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.) announced yesterday she will help Republicans steal a Supreme Court seat by voting for President Trump’s nominee, Neil Gorsuch.
State Sen. Janne Myrdal (R-Edinburg), who believes gay people are similar to Nazis, described North Dakota schools as “wide open” to attack in an unsuccessful attempt to pass a bill to allow guns in schools.
The North Dakota legislature passed a bill this week to hide hundreds of oil spills from public scrutiny.
Internet providers will be able to collect and sell your online history without your permission, thanks to federal legislation that received “yes” votes this month from Rep. Kevin Cramer and Sen. John Hoeven, Republicans of North Dakota.
Police prevented a Planned Parenthood representative from delivering a petition to Rep. Kevin Cramer’s office in south Fargo on Friday.
State Sen. Oley Larsen (R-Minot) defended his vote on a recent bill by calling the separation of church and state “misguided information that people have bought into.”