We as North Dakotans need to have a reasoned and fact-based discussion about our state’s future as we deal with rapid population growth and development. We need to be prepared to offer a quality of life that appeals to young people and families, and that means improving our outdoor recreation opportunities and facilities.
The sentiment behind Measure 5, the Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks constitutional amendment is sound. Preserving and enhancing the state’s outdoor places are good ideas. However, the method by which amendment supporters would indulge that sentiment is a recipe for an administrative and financial mess.
I’ve written a lot of columns about a lot of different things, but this is probably the first column I’ve written about bras. Yes, bras or brassieres or, as Ellie May Clampett called them in The Beverly Hillbillies television show, “a store bought, lace-trimmed double-barreled slingshot.”
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency deceitfully created E10 blend wall destroys free enterprise’s role deciding corn prices because it locks a potential new 5-billion-bushel demand for corn out of the market.
We’re not experts on EB-5.
EB-5, a federal program that lets foreign investors seek U.S. residency in exchange for at least $500,000 invested in an approved rural project that creates at least 10 jobs, has come under a lot of scrutiny in the past few months.
Mitchell (S.D.) Daily Republic
October 06, 2014
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