The Fargo Forum published, then deleted an opinion letter on its website today after concluding that the writer used a fake name.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Roxane Salonen, the Fargo Forum’s religious columnist, is known for being a staunch anti-abortion activist.
In a bewildering moment of irony, hate-speech practitioner Roxane Salonen has asked if she’d be “welcomed” at an upcoming anti-hate protest in Fargo.
Gaslighting enthusiast Roxane Salonen, the Fargo Forum’s religious columnist, says sexual predator Donald Trump’s victory on Tuesday was “a great day for women.”
Fargo Forum religion columnist Roxane B. Salonen has removed an essay from her website in which she called Fargo abortion clinic escorts “wily wasps” after we pointed it out yesterday.