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Governor Jack Dalrymple Signs Letter To Obama Opposing Iran Deal

Governor Jack Dalrymple Signs Letter To Obama Opposing Iran Deal

North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple has, along with 14 other governors, signed a letter to President Barack Obama (see below) opposing his controversial deal with Iran. “The lifting of federal sanctions that will result from this agreement will only result in Iran having more money available to fund terrorist groups and attacks,” the letter states.

What Can Heidi Heitkamp's Iran Vote Tell Us About Her 2016 Intentions?

North Dakota Senator Heidi Heitkamp kicked off a waiting game yesterday when she said, in the wake of Governor Jack Dalrymple’s announced retirement, that she would announce her intentions with regard to running for that office “sooner rather than later.” People I’ve spoken to say that’s probably September. Until then, it’s anyone’s guess as to

Why Are We Treating Iran Better Than American Oil Companies?

“We can’t export. We can’t access the world market.” That’s Harold Hamm, CEO of Continental Resources, speaking during a recent CNBC interview about falling oil prices and the federal restrictions on exporting crude oil. Basically, domestic oil producers are held by regulation as a captive audience for the refiners. Because unrefined oil cannot be exported,

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No Senator John Hoeven Is Not A Traitor

A group of U.S. Senators, including North Dakota Senator John Hoeven, recently signed a letter to the Iranian government warning the country that any diplomatic agreement with President Barack Obama must be approved by Congress. Now the New York Daily News has branded these Senators “traitors,” and a WhiteHouse.gov petition is calling for their arrest. It’s

Video: Democrat Legislator Compares ND To North Korea, Iran For Opposing United Nations Gun Treaty

The North Dakota House today brought to the floor SCR4018, which expresses the sense of the North Dakota legislature that our federal government ought to oppose a new United Nations gun treaty out of fear that it would infringe upon the 2nd amendment rights of Americans. After the resolution’s introduction on the House floor, Democrat

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