Conservative blogger Rob Port, who loves transparency, thinks it’s a good idea for the public to have less information about oil spills in North Dakota.
The rude memes targeting North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum show no signs of going away.
North Dakota State University President Dean Bresciani doesn’t need this shit. He really doesn’t. He’s got better things to do. He’s from Napa Valley. He just wants to relax with some red wine.
A reader yesterday alerted us to two errors in a single article by Rob Port, North Dakota’s favorite right-wing blogger.
At Mean Read, we serve as volunteer ombudsman for the state’s media outlets. When they fuck up, we take note. The worst journalistic offense of the past year involved the unfounded rumor of “paid protesters” fighting the Dakota Access pipeline.
Since Mean Read started as a North Dakota politics and media blog on Sept. 28, 2016, we’ve published more than 100 posts. Here are the 10 most popular.
After the Minneapolis City Council got into a tiff with Wells Fargo, Fargo City Commissioner Dave Piepkorn announced an absurd plan to try to lure the bank’s Minneapolis operations to Fargo.
Since the election of Donald Trump, a hoax has circulated via email/blogs that Hillary Clinton won only 57 counties across the entire country. Actually, she won a lot more.
Jade Rosenfeldt, a Moorhead lawyer best known for her defense of a child pornographer, offers a lesson on decency in today’s Fargo Forum.
A man wrote a newspaper letter bashing the North Dakota State University football team, and reactions have ranged from stunned to furious.