Jack Zaleski

Jack Zaleski

Columnist

Zaleski retired in 2017 after 30 years as The Forum’s editorial page editor. He is author of a new history of Forum Communications Co. Contact him at jzaleski@forumcomm.com or 701-241-5521 or 701-566-3576.

Columnist Jack Zaleski recommends a few books to curl up with over the holidays.
Columnist Jack Zaleski writes, "The Legislature, with its sometimes clumsy hands on the purse strings, should step up and appropriate the money necessary to avoid draconian cuts at NDSU and
Columnist Jack Zaleski shares thoughts on the midterm election.
"Mund might very well be the harbinger of political change that has the Republican establishment a tad rattled," writes Forum columnist Jack Zaleski. "Or she might be a one-time bright light that
Columnist Jack Zaleski writes, "Piepkorn can be insensitive and uninformed, but he confronts the hard stuff head on."
Columnist Jack Zaleski challenges Rep. Kelly Armstrong on his campaign ads saying we need to "keep the federal government out of our lives."
Columnist Jack Zaleski writes about the status of the Republican and Democratic Parties in North Dakota.
Zaleksi shares feedback to his column "Law and order party no more."
"How is it that leaders and lemmings in 'the law and order party' are attacking the nation’s premier law enforcement agency for doing its job?" asks Jack Zaleski. "If Republicans believe in the rule
Zaleski writes about Clay Jenkinson's new book, "“The Language of Cottonwoods: Essays on the Future of North Dakota.” He writes, "It’s a thoughtful and thought-provoking – and highly readable –