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In his latest column, InForum columnist Jim Shaw calls out dangerous winter drivers, comments on Rep. Michelle Fischbach's "Let's go Brandon" merchandise and applauds the University of North Dakota's gender inclusion policy.
"What concerns me most is how the younger generations grow ever-more woke and have much less the resolve that their ancestors had," writes InForum columnist Scott Hennen. "They are too quick to give up that precious independence."
The anti-vaccine movement is literally killing his people.
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A school official frustrated with a reporter's coverage was able to convince a law enforcement agent to launch an investigation that included seizing that reporter's phone so she could comb through all the personal and professional information on it. That shouldn't have happened, and it cannot happen again.
Rep. Rick Becker was left with few good options. The ranks of his allies have been thinned, he's alienated vast swaths of his own political party, he's earned the enmity of leaders in the state's medical community, and the Trump-driven political shift that fueled his metamorphosis from thoughtful libertarian into a populist culture warrior isn't aging well. Who can blame him for opting out?
Supreme Court Justice Daniel Crothers talks about his re-election campaign, and a discussion of the controversy around the medical license of politician who has been outspoken about the COVID-19 pandemic in ways that aren't sitting well with his colleagues.
I say we keep the filibuster and start electing a better class of citizens.
"Where's the pushback on the Big Lie? I don't mean one mealy mouth, vaguely worded whisper for the record. I mean repeated pushback ... Speak out. I dare you."
Chairman Perrie Schafer justified recent changes by arguing that the state party “provides lots of support to whomever is the endorsed candidate.”

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Every day we see crime stories and mugshots in the media. How often do we think about the human beings behind those stories? How often do we default to the prosecution's narrative in those stories?
If you want advice about COVID-19 and the vaccines, make an appointment with your primary care physician who will examine you and your medical history, and then dispense advice to you privately in a way that's not calculated to titillate an audience. But as for Becker and the question of medical ethics before us? We ought to tread carefully.
"America is not going to survive if we continue to enable people to not take care of themselves! We have so many opportunities for people to get a job and produce and fend for themselves and their families," writes George Nodland.

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