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Among other extreme stances, far-right candidate calls for imprisonment of political opponent
Smith writes, "Recently, three middle schoolers from the Kiel Area School District in Wisconsin are being accused of sexual harassment for refusing to use a self-described “non-binary” person’s preferred pronouns. It is one thing to prevent slurs; it is entirely different to compel speech."
Daily Beast senior columnist Matt Lewis joins this episode of Plain Talk to discuss the national midterms, while Wednesday co-host Chad Oban and I discuss the trajectory of the competitive Republican legislative primaries here in North Dakota.
In today's cartoon, Olson ties a recent story about North Dakota's child care desert to the possible reversal of Roe v. Wade.
In today's cartoon, Stark congratulates the folks behind the "Tankhouse" movie.
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If conservatives could set aside "great replacement" fear-mongering, and start believing in conservative ideas again, they might find they could win over a lot of immigrants they're being told to be afraid of.
The GOP is in shambles, but the alternative right now is a bunch of Democrats who probably should have spent more time awake in math class.
Backer writes, "In the history of our country, well over a million veterans have given their lives in defense of our nation and what it stands for, and in doing so, made the cause of America their supreme choice."
Minnesota State Moorhead recently hired Chad Markuson as athletic director and Tim Bergstraser as head men's basketball coach.
A lot of people are watching these Republican primaries. North Dakota's government is dominated by Republicans, and there is a pitched battle going on right now for the soul of the NDGOP. These legislative races are the trenches in that battle. So far, based on one of the few objective data points we have, it appears the traditional conservatives are positioned to keep their hold on the party.
Seidler writes, "When states attempt to ban schools from talking about LGBTQ+ topics or when our senator joins efforts to remove LGBTQ+ individuals from television by prompting warnings that a show will feature these characters, we will lose more youth. These directions that we’re seeing are irresponsible and dangerous. And it is sad to see so much political theater out there that is thinly disguised hatred for the queer community."

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May 28th is World Menstrual Hygiene Day
An attorney representing North Dakota's coal industry talks about the federal government's efforts to add more clear air regulations on top of the state's already excellent program. Matuor Alier, a candidate for Fargo City Commission, talks about his campaign.
Olson writes, "I understand that the police department is short staffed, but I thought when a resident requests police assistance, then an officer is dispatched as quickly as possible. I guess damage to property is no longer a priority for the police department."

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