An editorial by John Hart - A 16th century physician who came to be known as Paracelsus is quoted as saying, “All substances are poisons; there is none which is not a poison. The right dose differentiates a poison from a remedy.”
There are actually several good reasons why North Dakotans should vote NO on Measure Two in November. But if you take the time to watch this video interview with high fence hunting owner Dwight Grosz, you'll understand what an uniformed vote can do.
By Brian Kalk: Fellow Patriots...As you all know, election season is upon us. In North Dakota, absentee balloting is underway and early voting is only a couple of weeks away. We will be electing U.S. Senators, U.S. Representatives, Legislators, and local officials.
The most pressing issue for America’s farmers and ranchers in Congress is the prompt passage of legislation to provide estate tax relief, keep capital gains tax rates and extend other important tax provisions that expired at the end of 2009 or are set to expire at the end of 2010, according to American Farm Bureau President Bob Stallman.
Consolidated, bipartisan legislation offers the best hope of fixing a regulatory nightmare created by a 2009 court ruling. That ruling overturned a key exemption for pesticide use under the Clean Water Act, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation.
With members of Congress gone from Washington to campaign for the November election, the big issue left on hold is tax cuts, according to Mark Maslyn, executive director of public policy for the American Farm Bureau Federation.
North Dakota Farm Bureau's Route 1000 program will be holding classes for young drivers across the state in late November. Have you signed up your licensed teen driver yet?
Political Action - If you don’t think elections and politics affect you, by all means stop reading now! However, if you are a member of Farm Bureau and have been reading these columns, I know you have an understanding of how all of our lives are affected by both elections and politics.