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.
The Fargo Forum, North Dakota’s largest newspaper, has called out other media for being too cozy with the protesters fighting the Dakota Access pipeline.
The Fargo Forum, whose chief political reporter recently quit to become a spokesman for Doug Burgum, is now reduced to publishing a photo essay about the politician’s love life.
Reading inforum.com, you learn something new every day. For example, today we learned that in addition to Rob Port, there is someone named Ron Port who blogs for the Forum Communications Company.
The Fargo Forum, the nation’s last remaining objective newspaper, published an editorial today claiming that other media are too nice to the Dakota Access Pipeline protesters.
Gov. Jack Dalrymple avoids discussing the Dakota Access Pipeline protests over email because “it’s too important,” his spokesman told the Fargo Forum. Dalrymple turned over exactly zero emails in response to the Forum’s public records request for any DAPL-related emails…
As we all know, the Dakota Access Pipeline is very safe. The company’s website even says so.
Political reporter Mike Nowatzki is still writing for North Dakota’s largest newspaper chain despite having accepted a job as a spokesman for Governor-Elect Doug Burgum several days ago. Nowatzki pledged allegiance to Burgum on Monday, after several months of covering…
Roxane Salonen, the Fargo Forum’s religious columnist, is known for being a staunch anti-abortion activist.
It’s the case of the hack turned flack. Today, North Dakota’s leading political reporter announced that, after months of covering the governor race, he’s been hired as a spokesman for the winner, Doug Burgum. “Doug Burgum is a visionary who…