Where Is Conservative Outrage Over GOP Senate Candidate Roy Moore?

Yes, we talk about the uncomfortable story of Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore. Also, a preview of Moorhead High School’s theatre production of “Aida”; STATS FCS editor Craig Haley and WDAY-TV’s Dom Izzo hash over the FCS playoff committee rankings; and expert angling guy Tony Mariotti gets us ready for ice fishing season.

Of Democratic Socialists And School Boards

New Moorhead School Board member Kara Gloe on her victory and being a member of the Democratic Socialist party; U.S. House candidate Ben Hanson; North Dakota resident Melinda Miller, who is holding a charity event for an injured farmer; and talk of Jim Beam boycotts and guns because why not?

MSUM Professor: Democrats Can Drink A Beer To Celebrate Today, But Should Save Champagne

Minnesota State University Moorhead political science professor Barb Headrick cautioned Democrats from getting too haughty after good election results Tuesday. Also, North Dakota State political science professor Thomas Ambrosio breaks down President Trump’s speech to South Korea’s assembly; NDSU professor Birgit Pruess comments on Gov. Doug Burgum’s higher ed task force; and other such fun…
Read More

Bison Have To Get Grounded Again Against USD

The strangest offensive series of North Dakota State’s 33-21 loss at South Dakota State came near the end of the first half when Bison offensive coordinator Courtney Messingham called for four straight pass plays with less than 4 minutes left. The drive ended when quarterback Easton Stick threw an interception to SDSU’s Jordan Brown with…
Read More

A Taxing Show, Trying To Figure Out GOP Cuts

Bloomberg News Service reporter Derek Wallbank joined the show from Washington, D.C., to give an update on the Republican tax reform bill. Also, The Forum’s and WDAY-TV’s Robin Huebner makes her weekly appearance; producer Kyle Iverson explains the “Stranger Things” phenomenon and tries to order a hoodie online during the show; and the Fergus Falls,…
Read More