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Letters

North Dakota has long been a proud leader in energy production, and renewable energy is opening the door for the state to create a robust economy.
We can no longer sit back and say well, that is just the way it is, and allow our government to go into private homes without cause or provocation.
From abortion to recession, border security to crime, energy policy to inflation, the partisan framing of major issues by most corporate media are calculated efforts to influence you and define debate.
We watch both sides of the political spectrum talk about the lack of bipartisanship and why the two sides can’t get along.

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It was interesting (and alarming) that bison living centuries ago were 37% bigger than the current size of bison. I hope that projections are wrong that bison will become 46% smaller by the end of this century.
I am uncomfortable about China building a corn plant so close to Grand Forks Air Force Base.
With the possible creation of a corn mill in Grand Forks we will lose the spirit of what North Dakota means.
The argument that the horses aren’t indigenous to the park is just ludicrous. The horses were there when Teddy was ranching in 1884, and the park was established in 1947 and only became a park in 1978.
I am angry that Kelly Armstrong voted NO on HR 3967, the “Honoring our PACT Act.” It would be a no-brainer for me to provide this type of support to our veterans . . . but for Kelly Armstrong, it was a step too far.
The argument that the horses aren’t indigenous to the park is just ludicrous.

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Driven to fury by Fox News and the fascistic madness of former President Donald Trump, many Republicans plan to win future elections by unconstitutional means.
Why would anyone want to do business with such an adversary?
I am among the majority who are concerned about the direction of our country. However, my main concern is not about the economy.

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