THE NEW FORTY "FLOTUS"
I received an email the other day from Barack. The subject line read, "FLOTUS" - which caused me to say, "What the hell is that?" I am, after all, in a field that is fairly acronym savvy so I consider... Posted on 1/16/12 at 8:05 AM
PARVENTING GIVEAWAY! Two pork-roast dinner tickets
A source gave me two tickets to the DEM-NPL Disrict's 12-29 annual pork roast dinner, and I can't go, so I'm sharing them with you, dear readers.
The dinner is 5:30 p.m. THIS Sunday, Oct. 16, at Spir... Posted on 10/13/11 at 2:58 PM
NASCAR DAD Democrat Congressman Convicted
FBI Agents found $90,000 in cash in the freezer ! A Federal Jury conviced former Louisiana congressman William Jefferson. Accused of taking $400,000 in bribes in New Orleans and seeking millions more ... Posted on 8/8/09 at 11:31 AM
BISMARCK — A handful of North Dakota Republicans have joined Democrats in saying that it's irresponsible for lawmakers to pass anti-abortion measures without setting aside money to fight court battles.
BISMARCK — The time is right for North Dakota to invest its bounty from booming energy production and a strong economy, Gov. Jack Dalrymple said as he prepared to unveil his $12.8 billion budget proposal for the next two years.
America has almost always had two political parties — the Federalists vs. the Democratic-Republicans, the Jacksonian Democrats vs. the Whigs, and the modern Democrats vs. Republicans — but when the 26th president didn’t support the way his successor was running the country, he founded his own party.
FARGO — The top three candidates vying for North Dakota’s U.S. House seat offered mixed reviews Friday of a Forum Communications Co. poll that found the two Republicans with a sizeable advantage in the contest.
GRAND FORKS — In his final address to the Democratic-NPL Party before his retirement later this year, Sen. Kent Conrad reflected on his decades of service and predicted a comeback for North Dakota Democrats this fall.
GRAND FORKS — After a rough outcome of the 2010 election, U.S. Senate hopeful Heidi Heitkamp said North Dakota Democrats are ready for a fresh start and a new slate of candidates who could boost the party’s profile in the state this Election Day.
GRAND FORKS — Ryan Taylor vows to be the people’s governor and to have “the courage to stand up and speak out for real North Dakota people” if he wins the election for the state’s highest office in November.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans’ clear shot at winning control of the Senate is attracting tens of millions of dollars from GOP-allied outside groups eager to spend on a surer bet than a White House race with a resurgent President Barack Obama and an unsettled GOP field.
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