More About Leland M. Stenehjem, Jr.
Leland M. Stenehjem, Jr., grew up in North Dakota, became an Eagle Scout, then went on to serve in the United States Army. He worked in the White House and then became a leader in the banking industry. Now Lee is the conservative author of the new book “The Great The Late (Almost) United States of America!”
Dale Loves Lee’s Book!
He said they should make this book mandatory for high school kids to read. I can’t wait to read it myself.”
Mr. Stenehjem Does a Wonderful Job…
Of chronologically walking us through the most significant events and issues that have affected our country throughout the last 244 years.
Can the US Senate Confirm a Supreme Court Nominee in an Election Year?
Without question the answer is YES! The US Senate Confirm a Supreme Court Nominee in an Election Year. Throughout American history, when their party controls the Senate, a president gets to fill a Supreme Court at any time – even in an election year. If a president and the Senate agree on a Supreme Court nominee, the timing is not important. When the opposite party controls the Senate, the Senate can block Supreme Court nominees. Not since 1888 has a Supreme Court justice been nominated and confirmed [...]