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.
As 2016 comes to an end, we look back at the state’s worst politicians. There were many deserving candidates, but we limited ourselves to ten.
Last week, in his last hours as North Dakota governor, Jack Dalrymple provided several newspapers with an op-ed defending his handling of the Dakota Access pipeline protests.
The opinion page of the Grand Forks Herald has been a joke recently, and today’s editorial thanking Governor Jack Dalrymple for his service is a prime example.
A lot of people are making jokes about this photo as it circulates on social media, but the image illustrates an important point.
It’s become apparent to everyone that North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple’s leadership was nonexistent during the Dakota Access pipeline fiasco.
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…