National Narrative

The former CEO of Equifax, Richard Smith, had a tough week. Smith faced Congress to explain how in the world 145 million Americans’ personal information was compromised on his watch. ...

In a Friday afternoon “news dump” Tom Price resigned from leading The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The resignation came after mounting public outrage at Price’s wasting of ...

Former U.S. Attorney for North Dakota, Tim Purdon, joined me on “Afternoons Live” to break down the bombshell report that Donald Trump’s former campaign chair, Paul Manafort, was under surveillance. ...

The last minute, strictly partisan push by Senate Republicans has seemingly ruined bipartisan efforts to stabilize health care. Senate Republicans are hoping to get to 51 votes by September 30th ...

Republicans in the U.S. Senate are quietly inching closer to repealing and replacing Obamacare. The last-ditch effort comes after failed attempts earlier this summer. According to reports, the latest version ...

We’re fifteen months out from the 2018 election yet the partisan hit pieces have already begun to hit North Dakota mailboxes. I had a number of readers contact me to ...

A nonpartisan research group, The Road Information Program, estimates that one-third of North Dakota roads are in mediocre/fair or poor condition, and the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) estimates that ...

I spent the beginning of this month thinking of my father, a WW2 combat veteran of the Pacific who spent his 25th birthday on an LST, a tank landing ship, ...

Two out of North Dakota’s three Congressional delegation members criticized President Trump’s initially “inadequate” response on Saturday to violence that broke out in Charlottesville. Republican Senator John Hoeven joined Democratic ...

On Tuesday, we broke the story that EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt would be holding two events on Wednesday in North Dakota but the public and the press would be barred ...