NDSU Political Scientist: Lots Of Smoke In Trump-Russia Saga

North Dakota State political science professor Thomas Ambrosio says that while it’s not unusual for D.C. insiders to work as lobbyists for foreign governments, there seems to be a lot of smoke in the latest twist in the President Trump-Russia saga. Also, Minnesota Twins play-by-play man Dick Bremer comments on the team and excessive celebrating…
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NDSU Hopes To Use Jabril Cox Like It Used Young Travis Beck

One of the more compelling stories for the North Dakota State football team this season will be redshirt freshman linebacker Jabril Cox. He’s a young player who got rave reviews last year as a member of the scout team. Bison head coach Chris Klieman did nothing to dampen expectations Tuesday when he met with local…
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Like Clockwork, Listeners Falsely Blame Immigrants For Higher Fargo Crime Rates

Fargo’s police department released its 2016 crime statistics and they showed an increase in certain types of serious crime. As expected, some listeners tried to blame the hike on immigrants. Host Mike McFeely countered those claims. Also, WDAY-TV News anchor Robin Huebner made her weekly appearance; backyard chickens; sports TV ratings; and the Twin Cities…
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UND-Arizona Game In NCAA Draws 1.4M Viewers

The power of the round ball was on display last Thursday when Arizona defeated North Dakota in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. According to the web site Sports TV Ratings, the game drew an average of 1.418 million viewers to TBS. That’s possibly the most people to watch a UND sports event on television. By…
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LISTEN: Radio Caller Says Public Education System Broken, But Can’t Name One Thing Broken About It

  Was talking about public education on my 970 WDAY radio show today, mostly as it related to the ridiculous comments from from Trump administration official Mick Mulvaney that after-school programs and free- and reduced-lunch programs don’t show “results” and “aren’t working” so they need to have their budgets cut. First phone call I took…
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