Family History: Get it All Down Before it’s Too Late
An Open Letter to America from a Public School Teacher
Dear America, I’m sorry. You entrusted me with your children, and I have failed them. Please know that I had the best of intentions. I didn’t want to leave a child behind. I wanted to help them win this race to the top. You asked me to test them, and I tested them. I gaveRead & Share
Viewing The World Through a Good-Data Filter
The value of good data shall not be underestimated, but equally important is having the tools to make sense of it. This presentation by a Swedish statistician will alter your preconceptions about the world we live in, and leave you with a refreshingly hopeful take on the state of the world and the direction we’veRead & Share
Survey: When Was the Last Time You Used a Phone Book?
At The Minot Voice.com we can deliver Minot-based business research. From quick and easy general polls like the one below to advanced market segments and in depth customization… our audience has the information you need to inform your next big decision. Participate Below: Surveying Minot’s Phonebook and Internet Usage…Read & Share
Police and Body Cameras?
One Guy’s Final Word on Ferguson
Everything about this story is sad, but it’s hard to look at the mainstream media’s reaction to the whole event and not think lynch mob. Matt Walsh, a popular and often controversial blogger, offers his final thoughts on the whole story. It’s worth reading.Read & Share sourced from: Matt Walsh Blog & The Blaze
Is it Time for Little Self Examination?
The energy revolution we’ve been privileged to embrace over the past almost-ten years has been nothing short of remarkable. Western North Dakota has been transformed from poor to wealthy, from surviving to thriving, from a national after thought… to national and even world relevance. We are the standard bearer for creating a friendly, energy-development environmentRead & Share
The Flood of 2011… What Did We Learn?
We’re more than three years removed from a very hard summer; life has gotten on with it self. The lessons we learned run the gamut… from hopeful to pessimistic, from tragic to humorous, so we’re asking the question — what did the flood teach you? Here’s a few to get you started… Little river, Big valley.Read & Share