The Feast of Corpus Christi

“Well, we have to go to Mass SOMEWHERE,” I replied when Lillian suggested we drive 50 miles to participate in the annual Feast of Corpus Christi Mass at St. Clement’s Church in the rural community of Haymarsh. And so yesterday we stepped back in time, to 1937, or maybe 1887, and drove west on Interstate … Continue reading The Feast of Corpus Christi

A Half-Assed Apology

Two things about the article I wrote about campaign signs the other day: I’m going to make a half-assed apology to John Warford for saying he had an illegal campaign sign in his yard, because, It turns out the Wayne Stenehjem campaign sign I wrote about wasn’t illegal. Warford in a minute. First the sign. … Continue reading A Half-Assed Apology

These Are A Few Of Our Favorite Things

One of Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem’s favorite things is to challenge laws passed by other governmental bodies, especially the federal government (and now, it seems, local governments too). One of Kathleen Wrigley’s favorite things is to see her picture in the paper. One of Odney Advertising’s favorite things is to collect nice commissions on ads … Continue reading These Are A Few Of Our Favorite Things

There, That’s Over with. Uh Huh.

Well, my wife was right. When I wrote a blog last week about this billionaire drug and sex king from California, Henry Nicholas, who’s financing the initiated measure called Marsy’s Law for North Dakota, spearheaded by Kathleen Wrigley, wife of North Dakota Lieutenant Governor Drew Wrigley, my wife said “You’re stirring up a hornet’s nest.” … Continue reading There, That’s Over with. Uh Huh.

Sex, Drugs and Marsy’s Law

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know I get all agitated whenever somebody from somewhere else dumps a whole lot of money into a North Dakota political campaign. I just can’t stand not knowing who those people are, and why they want to spend a bunch of money in North Dakota. … Continue reading Sex, Drugs and Marsy’s Law