Bismarck Tribune - Opinion

Requirement meddles in medical counsel

Would you want your health care provider to give you medically unsound advice as mandated by government? That’s what House Bill 1336 propos… Read more

Variety of action will help grow our workforce

The recent Economic Outlook Forum zeroed in on a problem facing businesses across the state: a workforce shortage. Read more

Medical marijuana comments off base

This letter is in response to Lloyd Omdahl's highly objectionable remarks regarding the use of medical marijuana. On its website, the state… Read more

‘But its time (blue laws) has passed’

An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated Secretary of State Al Jaeger's role in Zip to Zap. -- Editor. Read more

Tax 'crumbs' total $1,600

After reading “Americans shocked by impact of new tax law” by Sarah Skidmore Sell of the Associated Press in the Bismarck Tribune’s Feb. 24… Read more

Law's repeal ignores God's commandment

On March 19 the North Dakota Senate passed a bill overturning the state’s so-called blue laws. The overturning of these laws is a tragedy b… Read more


10 insights on today's news that will make you smarter tomorrow

Stay in the know! Browse through opinions and analysis on today's hottest topics. Read more

Court should steer away from politics of gerrymandering

WASHINGTON -- If an adjective creates a redundancy, does preceding it with two other adjectives give the Supreme Court a reason to venture … Read more

Booker opts for the broader view

How do you answer hatred? How should you respond when your political opponents assault you with insult, stereotype and contempt? That’s the… Read more

New Zealand quick with gun action

When a terrorist massacred 50 people at two New Zealand mosques, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern immediately grasped the nettle. “I can tell … Read more

Animosity lurks under Christian veneer

Hate caught up with New Zealand March 15 when a white supremacist slaughtered 50 Muslims at prayer in two mosques. With a lapse in memory o… Read more

Old-fashioned cog in the system

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has reignited the debate over the Electoral College -- she wants to get rid of it, naturally. I say "reignited" becau… Read more

Recruiting goes against their beliefs

In the 2019 North Dakota High School Activities Association Class B boys basketball tournament, Shiloh Christian School advanced to the cha… Read more

Workers deserve a place at table

Working men and women in North Dakota may have heard the phrase “If you aren’t at the table, you are probably on the menu.” Read more

Historic Long X Bridge to be adopted, preserved on ranch near Linton

AMY DALRYMPLE Bismarck Tribune

A Linton-area rancher plans to preserve a portion of the historic Long X Bridge that will be replac… Read more