Could The Orlando Shooting Have Been Prevented?

Why? This is the question we ask as a nation after tragedy strikes. Why did this happen? Why didn’t anybody prevent this? What could we have done differently? June 12, 2016 the day that Omar Mateen walked into a gay nightclub in Orlando and opened fire on a crowd of innocent people will be remembered…
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Stenehjem Campaign Received Thousands In Special Interest Money

$147,950 is the amount of money Wayne Stenehjem received from various special interest groups from around the nation for his gubernatorial run. Oil, Coal, Tobacco and Energy Political Action Committees (PAC) contributed to his campaign, Oil and Coal contributing the most at $68,950. Many of you maybe thinking “Why is this important?” Well, North Dakota…
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Political Move By The State Department Leads To Outrage

The State Department is under fire due to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request that will not be released until after the presidential election. That request involved Hillary Clinton’s correspondence on the Trans-Pacific Partnership which she once supported.   Many took to Twitter to express their thoughts on the State Departments move. So what…
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A Judges Decision Sparks National Discussion

  A social media firestorm has erupted after a verdict to give a Stanford University student a six month sentence for raping an unconscious woman. Many are criticizing Judge Aaron Persky’s decision for it being way to light of a sentence. An online petition on Change.org is calling for the judges removal has amassed 637,000…
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