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Plain Talk With Rob Port

Mar 20, 2019

Rep. Corey Mock (R-Grand Forks) talks about the Legacy Fund, including his amendment to make spending its earnings harder, what we ought to do with the billions of dollars in the fund, and a little bit on initiated measure reform.

Also, some thoughts on the Legislature ending North Dakota's Sunday close law.


Mar 19, 2019

Should the Christchurch shooting video be censored on the internet? Do we want the government and tech companies getting comfortable blocking controversial content?

Also Vicki Granado from Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline, talks about the project's impact on taxes and the economy...

Mar 18, 2019

Audio from Rob's 03/18/19 appearance on the Jay Thomas Show, talking about the Legacy Fund and anti-discrimination legislation in Bismarck.

Mar 18, 2019

A New York Times Magazine columnist says it's ok for people to treat other people differently based on skin long as they belong to a minority group. White can't get away with it.

Or maybe we shouldn't treat anyone differently based on skin color?

Also, North Dakota Lt. Governor Brent Sanford joins to...

Mar 15, 2019

Congressman Kelly Armstrong takes listener questions, and says the amount of anti-capitalist thinking in Washington D.C. is "very, very scary."

Also, are lawmakers being honest with their revenue forecasts? Governor Burgum doesn't think so, and he's probably right.

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