Moorhead restaurant had several servers, bartenders, cooks who worked there for 30 or more years. The place was special in that regard. Most will have to find new jobs.
Most of the time, when she asked questions about things that confused or concerned her, I could come up with a semi-reasonable answer to at least satisfy her curiosity.
"I no longer have to answer your questions," she told a reporter.
These supposed liberty lovers will argue that the state constitution makes Burgum's political engagement illegal.
Ness writes, "Would laws restricting some of these weapons infringe on our “freedom?” Of course. We compromise our freedom constantly for the common good. Although my car’s speedometer goes to 140, I am limited to 25 on 13th Avenue. I have a loud voice, but I whisper at the movies."
Considered a three-star recruit by 247 Sports, Lincoln Kienholz passed for 3,359 yards and 37 touchdowns with six interceptions last season. He also ran for 1,156 yards and 12 touchdowns, making him the dual-threat QB most college programs covet.
Letter: One of the biggest threats to our democracy is the right's attempt to discredit the mainstream media
Linderman writes, "A free unbiased media is essential to a democracy. A big threat comes from those like Hulett who twist stories to discredit mainstream media when the truth does not fit their notions."
Ron Gaul and Tracy Wilkie share their experience at American Experiment North Dakota's presentation on critical race theory.
Ingersoll writes, "I am a parent and teacher, and the increased number of mass shootings over the last few decades with nothing being done by our elected officials to counter this violence is maddening. I’m scared for my own children, my students, my colleagues and myself. My heart goes out to all those families suffering now, and for the rest of their lives, in Uvalde, Texas."
Hulett rails against The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, and NBC as being biased. If his article was an objective attempt to say something meaningful, he would have included Fox News and right-wing radio as being biased as well. He did not, and we may correctly conclude that Hulett himself is biased.