Category Archives: Betty Mills

When Government Cares

While channel surfing through news outlets re­cently I heard one of the opponents of President Obama’s jobs bill proclaim that it didn’t work for Roosevelt and it wouldn’t work now. The speaker was referring to the unemployment statistics and the slumping economy as if those were the only considerations. Continue reading

Sinner Memoir a Page Turner

By Betty Mills

There’s a number of reasons why reading Former Governor George Sinner’s memoir, Turning Points, might fascinate you.  If you like politics, lived in North Dakota during Sinner’s tenure as governor, are interested in how decisions are made, wonder how big farming operations are run, or are fascinated by someone else’s religious journey, Continue reading