Linda Boyd and Scott Hennen square off in “The Forum Face Off,” a debate in print and online that will appear monthly. Hailing from left and right realms of the ideological spectrum, Boyd Coates and Hennen disagree on most political, economic, social and religious issues. But they know that vigorous discussion and debate is the American way, even when they agree to disagree.
‘I vote the person, not the party.” North Dakotans are historically comfortable splitting their vote between party lines, and expecting their representative to do what’s best for North Dakota even when it requires bucking their own party.
North Dakotans deserve to get “The Rest of the Story” on Heidi Heitkamp’s campaign for U.S. Senate. A recent mailer touted her plans to “put party interests aside.” Does anyone, anywhere believe that she can rake in campaign cash from typical liberal Democratic sources and then, if elected, disregard their views? Of course not.
The truest sign that a cultural war is alive and well in America is the ongoing debate over the definition of marriage. Minnesotans will decide in November whether constitutional protection is necessary. Millions of Americans dined at Chick-Fil-A last week in support of the restaurant’s stance. And now news reports tell us the Democratic Party platform includes support for homosexual marriage for the first time.
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