Earlier this week, North Dakota’s Attorney General, Wayne Stenehjem, joined 17 other Republican Attorneys General from across the country, all members of the Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA), an organization which, in its various incarnations, has provided Stenehjem with at least $160,000 in campaign funds, in supporting a lawsuit filed by his counterpart in Texas, … Continue reading Did Stenehjem Misuse State Funds? Investigation Sought.
Yesterday I wrote about the jerk who runs the Bureau of Land Management and his attack on the public land he “manages,” land he would like to turn over to the energy industry before he leaves office in January. Today I want to talk about the other federal agency so important to North Dakota, the … Continue reading Two More Bad Guys Going After Our Public Lands: Stenehjem and Hoeven
In their agony, deep in the death throes of the Trump administration, America’s public lands managers are scrambling to put their final stamp on the worst conservation, environmental, and public lands record in our country’s history. At risk are millions of acres of wildlife habitat and pristine recreational areas across America’s West, including the last … Continue reading Public Lands Under Attack In Trump’s Final Days
I wrote in a recent edition of Dakota Country magazine about the continuing saga of a pair of bridges—one built, the other proposed—over the Little Missouri State Scenic River, part of the ongoing effort of politicians and captains of industry to industrialize the state’s only officially-designated scenic river. It seems like there’s no end to … Continue reading A Tale Of Two Bridges (Continued)