The first decision of Wayne Stenehjem’s soon-to-be-officially-announced campaign for North Dakota Governor comes tomorrow (Thursday), when the three-person Industrial Commission, of which he is a member, decides whether to give the Oil Industry a big wet kiss on the lips or a tiny slap on the hands. At issue is whether the Commission will stick … Continue reading For Wayne Stenehjem, It’s Campaign Decision Time
The noose around James Henrikson’s neck got a little tighter this week—figuratively speaking, since prosecutors have decided not to seek the death penalty for Henrikson for allegedly masterminding the murder-for-hire that included the killing of a young North Dakota oilfield worker. Henrikson sat in a Spokane courtroom this past Wednesday and watched three men who … Continue reading Henrikson Murder Trial Set For Oct. 5; Meanwhile, Search For Body Continues
Two comments on the state of politics today: John Hoeven lied. Start practicing now, so you are ready, in 2017, to say “Governor Stenehjem” and “President Clinton.” First John Hoeven. I am glad that it took me a few days to get around to writing this, because last week I was walking through a dusty … Continue reading President Clinton. Governor Stenehjem.