Two North Dakota lawmakers who suggested women should stop spending all their husbands’ money and start making them breakfast in bed are getting national attention.
Roxane Salonen’s writings on religion have made her the Fargo Forum’s most controversial columnist. Many of her opinions seem like they were plucked right out of the 15th century.
The Grand Forks Herald on Thursday called for a ban on the word “racism” from any discussion about refugee resettlement.
Inspirational quotes have recently been tacked to the walls of the Fargo Forum newsroom as journalists learn of a new round of buyouts.
Former legislator and newspaper publisher John Andrist wrote an unbelievably bad opinion piece on the topic of race and gender today, rambling about the 80 percent of Native Americans who “function just like the rest of us,” the reasons behind “China Town”…
Same-sex marriage, legalized by the U.S. Supreme Court more than a year ago, remains a pet peeve of Fargo Forum religious columnist Roxane Salonen.
Massive numbers of women are marching today against Donald Trump. But are they “real women”?
Roxane Salonen, the Fargo Forum’s religious columnist, compared same-sex marriage to slavery while defending a state legislator who posted the image of a gay pride flag emblazoned with a swastika.
State Sen. Janne Myrdal was criticized yesterday for sharing the image of a gay Nazi flag, but thank God, a religious columnist has come to her aid.
Yesterday, the Fargo Forum published an infographic titled “DAPL By The Numbers.” With a general title like that, we expected a graphic representing both sides of the debate over the controversial Dakota Access pipeline.