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On The Radio: Guest Hosting On WDAY Radio Tomorrow

On The Radio: Guest Hosting On WDAY Radio Tomorrow

For those of you who are interested, I’ll be guest hosting on WDAY AM970 (listen live at the link) in Fargo tomorrow and all next week in the 9-11am time slot. Tomorrow I’ll have on Libertarian Party candidate Jack Seaman to talk about his campaign, and who (other than incumbent Rep. Kevin Cramer) he might

Two North Dakotans Named Best State-Based Political Reporters By The Washington Post

The Washington Post has selected the best state-based political reporters in the country, and two names got picked from North Dakota. The first is long-time Associated Press reporter Dale Wetzel who last year joined a new media venture at the Great Plains Examiner in addition to hosting a radio show. The other is, uh, me.

Memorial Day Weekend Open Thread

As you could probably tell from the very light posting this week, I’ve been on half-way vacation since Monday. Now I’m heading out for some real vacation with the family over the weekend. Assuming we don’t get rained out. I hope you all have a happy, and safe, weekend. Enjoy your family, and remember your

Correction: Senate Attendance Numbers Inaccurate

At the end of the legislative session we published attendance records for legislators in the House and the Senate. Since there is no central repository for attendance numbers, no government record which shows a votes missed total for each legislator, we had to compile that information from the daily House and Senate journals. It was

Site Announcement: Welcoming A View From The Left To SAB

I’ve long wanted Say Anything to be an open political forum. That’s why we have an open commenting section, so that the blog doesn’t become an echo chamber. But I also like the idea of SAB having some different viewpoints on the front page, which is why I’ve invited GameND to contribute regular “from the

Light Posting Open Thread

I’ll hitting the road this weekend. I’ll be in Dallas, TX this weekend attending Freedom Works’ BlogCon event. It should be a good time, and they’ve even invited me to sit on a panel discussing local blogging. Using the online medium to facilitate reporting, information sharing and discussion is something I’m passionate about, but it’s