Shortly after taking questions from an aggressive crowd at a town hall meeting on Thursday in Fargo, North Dakota Congressman Kevin Cramer went on the radio to lie.
Just when you think conservative blogger Rob Port cannot possibly stoop any lower, he does.
North Dakota media insider Rob Port, who blogs for Forum Communications, has the easiest job in America: he sits at a computer and criticizes without citing evidence.
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.
Roscoe Streyle, a Republican legislator from Minot, received the following contributions from the oil industry during his 2014 campaign:
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.
Last Thursday, Doug Burgum graciously invited reporters to listen to him talk for about 15 minutes during his first cabinet meeting as North Dakota governor.
North Dakota conservative blogger Rob Port offers a masterclass in false equivalency in an article about the recent protests against the Dakota Access pipeline.
Not long ago, North Dakota congressman Kevin Cramer said he didn’t want to serve in Donald Trump’s administration.