North Dakota Politics

Chances are some people were angered by that headline. Meanwhile, others may be empowered. The split on Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh has been sharp. I’ve heard it at coffee ...

We are four days beyond the expiration to the Farm Bill. Rather than working to resolve the dispute between the House and Senate and provide certainty to family farmers facing ...

North Dakota is a small state. Small enough, in fact, that when a public opinion poll is in the field you may know someone who was on the receiving end ...

ND xPlains is launching a video component for content. The first series will look into the political power network of North Dakota, or as candidate Doug Burgum called it, the ...

Since the 2015 North Dakota Legislature cut the oil extraction tax rate from 6.5% to 5%, it has reduced potential revenue by approximately $570 million dollars. The figure was obtained ...

A number of lobbyist organizations officially oppose Measure 1, the anti-corruption measure. If passed, it would create additional transparency on lobbying influence on elected officials among other changes. Some of ...

The attempted cleanup from last week’s tactless comments delivered by Kevin Cramer is struggling to achieve its goal. He has tried, unsuccessfully, to clarify what he meant when he diminished ...

Late Friday afternoon, word came down that U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Hovland upheld North Dakota’s Corporate Farming Law. The decision comes a little over two years since the North Dakota ...

Kevin Cramer has finally released an ad this election cycle talking about accomplishments. It is something I have pushed his campaign to do for months. “Notice anything missing in those ...

It appears some Legislators are attempting to have it both ways on farming policy in North Dakota. Paging through the North Dakota Farmers Union magazine while at Big Iron, I ...