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Arland Jacobson of Moorhead responds to the letter "North Dakota and Israel have more in common that you might think" by Rep. Shannon Roers Jones.
There sure are a lot of liberals and Democrats working very hard to elect to Congress someone who claims she would vote for Republican leadership there. Don't actions speak louder than words?
Leo F.J. Wilking of Fargo writes, "Bette Grande’s recent column, “Its Democrats who are a threat to ‘our democracy,” begins with a definition of the word “projection.” She then writes that it is President Biden and his followers who are responsible for violence and threats of violence. This is in keeping with Grande’s “Alice in Wonderland” view of current affairs.
In today's cartoon, Trygve Olson comments on fall foliage.
Old King Coal wonders if he has a future or he's just and old fossil.
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"The hidden agenda is not so much clean air or environment, but benefiting for-profit investors, piggybacking on funding assistance from taxpayer money to pressure and acquire landowner easements for low-ball money," write Allen and Sue Briese of Fergus Falls, Minn. "These easements destroy land and creates a new silent enemy for residents: the threat of line leakage or explosion."
Rep. Shannon Roers Jones of Fargo shares observations from her recent trip to Israel.
Miranda Gohn of Litchfield, Minn., writes, "This is a predatory poverty industry backed by big money running on an addiction-for-profit business model. The Democratic Party I once knew would have recognized this industry for what it was and opposed it."
Oct. 1 is the 61st anniversary of Roger Maris hitting 61 home runs in 1961.
Columnist Jim Shaw responds to reports North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley sent a message to Sen. Cramer outlining a "last-ditch effort" to reverse the 2020 election.
Columnist Joan Brickner responds to recent outrage over Black actors filling traditionally white roles.

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Columnist Scott Hennen writes that North Dakota Gov. Burgum likens the state's burgeoning CO2 industry to the creation of the Bakken in western North Dakota.
Columnist Ross Nelson writes, "Diversity can lead to outright bigotry. The Minneapolis school system has inked a contract with the Minneapolis Federation of Teachers to lay off white teachers before Black teachers with less seniority. In other words, not only is the teachers' union worthless in protecting its members, it also agrees that punishment for the racist sins of the fathers six generations removed should be visited on their descendants' heads today."
The last thing we need is a bunch of opportunistic politicians jumping into the debate over carbon pipelines not to protect their constituents but to exact revenge on their political enemies.

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