Here's the story: Back in 1889, North Dakota was carved out of the Dakota Territory and admitted to the Union at the same time as South Dakota. Or so everyone thought.
But the state founders who drafted the constitution left out the key requirement that the governor and other top officials take an oath of office, putting the state constitution in conflict with the federal one. So Rolczynski has been arguing for the last 16 years that the omission made the state illegitimate.
Friday, July 15, 2011
North Dakota: The State That Isn't.
Hopefully, when I go on anti-government tangents, I don't sound like this...
The whole story, here.
at 7:40 PM