OPINION

This Weeks' Wrapup

April 9, 2022

Jim Rose

Nebraskans get their mid-year college football fix today. It’s the annual Spring Game.

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Beware the Paper Shortage

April 9, 2022

Michelle Malkin

This "paper shortage" propaganda will be used to further cement the Soros family-spearheaded push to hackable, paperless electronic voting systems, including Dominion, which covers 37% of voters.

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This is...

April 9, 2022

Bob Moran

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April 9, 2022

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Tumultuous Times for Twitter

April 8, 2022

Elon Musk has consistently criticized Twitter’s leadership and its role in cancel culture.

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Media Collusion of Hunter Biden/Joe Biden Bombshell Story

April 8, 2022

Larry Elder

About three weeks before the 2020 election, the New York Post published a bombshell, election-changing story about presidential candidate Joe Biden's son, Hunter.

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Support Diversity - Hire Republicans

April 8, 2022

Robert Romano

Why don’t red states run by the GOP simply hire more Republicans to be teachers and bureaucrats and even things out a little?

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News Nuggets

April 7, 2022

Jim Rose

It’s Thursday---you’re more than halfway to the weekend.

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Quotas are Unconstitutional

April 7, 2022

Betsy McCaughey

At work, white people are being told to check their privilege at the door. But a court ruling on Friday indicates there's still hope for fair treatment in the corporate world, even if you're not a racial minority.

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Big Tech Allies and their Thugs

April 7, 2022

Larry Elder

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Technology and Growth Cures Climate Doomsday

April 6, 2022

Stephen Moore

I am skeptical that "collective action" through governmental policies will make planet Earth a more hospitable place.

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Cloisters

April 6, 2022

Joe Herring

A world of stone, iron and wood, where everything is just as it appears to be; there is not a veneer in sight, no artifice nor fiction present. This is a place where everything can safely be taken at face value, as authentic as the God it was built to serve.

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Someplace Hot

April 6, 2022

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Disney Takes the Fun Out of Being a Kid

April 5, 2022

Jim Rose

So imagine what Walt Disney would think today about the behavior of those running his company and what it’s doing to kids.

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The Article Heard Around the World

April 5, 2022

Ben Shapiro

This week, Will Smith -- perhaps the most bankable star of his generation -- won an Oscar for Best Actor for "King Richard." But that wasn't why he made headlines.

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ESG Goals Affect Oil Production

April 5, 2022

Robert Romano

The largest oil producers in the U.S. do not appear to have major plans to increase production through 2025.

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Happy Monday!

April 4, 2022

Jim Rose

It's Slap Day +8. Hollywood pop culture can’t stop. They’re digging deeper trying to get us to care.

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Conservatives Need to Take Advantage of Gifts from the Left

April 4, 2022

Neil Patel

According to Pew, the so-called progressive left makes up only 6% of the American population and 12% of the Democratic Party.

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Distractions

April 4, 2022

Dr. Ben Tapper

The Russian/Ukraine conflict and the Will Smith slap are doing their job by distracting the masses from the real news.

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National Puppet

April 3, 2022

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The Biden Recession Is Coming

April 3, 2022

Erick Ericson

Larry Summers served as secretary of the Treasury, director of the National Economic Council, and president of Harvard University. He is not a dumb man. He is a liberal Democrat with a Democrat's understanding of economic policy.

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Is Biden's Low Approval Rating Permanent?

April 3, 2022

David Potter

According to a new Ipsos/Reuters poll that was conducted on March 21st and March 22nd, Joe Biden’s approval rating has continued to fall to 40 percent, with Americans citing economy and foreign conflict as their top concerns

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Hey, GOP - What's the Plan?

April 2, 2022

Robert Romano

“I believe in an election, you should tell the American public what you would do if you’re going to get the majority, and we’ve been culminating that.”

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‍Never Forgotten: The Lies About Terri Schiavo

April 2, 2022

Michelle Malkin

This week marks the 17th anniversary of the court-sanctioned murder of Terri Schindler Schiavo. Under the order of a Florida judge who never bothered to visit her and an adulterous spouse-in-name-only who ranted "When is that b---- gonna die?" to one of Terri's nurses, American legal and medical authorities supervised the cruel, two-week-long starvation and dehydration of a profoundly disabled woman who was not terminally ill and who had an army of family members ready to care for her for the rest of her natural life.

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I Heart Big Pharma

April 2, 2022

Bob Moran

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You Didn't Choose - You Were Nudged

April 1, 2022

Nudging refers to a systematic behavioral-psychology technique used to modify behavior. Nudging is merely a nicer way of saying “manipulation.” The goal is to create doubt in the mind of whomever you are targeting, whilst providing them with your preferred option.

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Omaha Sports Commission - Play or Trade?

April 1, 2022

Jim Rose

If it makes you feel better, Indianans are easy targets. I’ll start. Why do Indianapolans have TGIF scripted on their feet?To remind them that TOES GO IN FIRST.

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Hollywood Face-Slaps Conservatives

April 1, 2022

Larry Elder

Goodness! What a night. During the live broadcast of the Academy Awards, actor Will Smith walked up to the stage and face-slapped comedian Chris Rock. When Smith returned to his seat, he unleashed a profanity-laced tirade -- muted by the show's producer -- at Rock.

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How Nuclear Power Got Nuked

March 31, 2022

Jim Rose

43 years ago, thanks to an accident and a scary movie, this country lost its collective nerve.

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Welcome Ukrainians to Our Country

March 31, 2022

Betsy McCaughey

President Joe Biden is promising that America will take 100,000 displaced Ukrainians. He's pretending to be magnanimous. Truth is, it's a pathetically small number -- a mere 3% of the mostly women and children fleeing Russian bombs.

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Biden Aggravates Food Shortages

March 31, 2022

Sheryl Kaufman

A few Executive Orders quite quickly flipped the U.S. energy supply situation from surplus to shortage. Just wait until you see what they can do to the world food supply.

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My Journey on World Bipolar Day

March 30, 2022

Brandon Benson

I have a superpower. That’s what the sticker on my laptop says. “I’m Bipolar. What’s your superpower?” Wherever I go to sit down and type it’s right there for all to see. It sometimes sparks a meaningful conversation. I live with Bipolar Disorder. I can’t fly, or read minds, or leap buildings in single bounds or sling webs. Or can I?

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Amendment 25 - Party of One?

March 30, 2022

Jim Rose

Lately, a big chunk of the country has been talking about the Constitution. Hopefully, most of the 330M of us know what it is. Sadly, a lot don’t.

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No, School Boards Are Not 'Banning Books'

March 30, 2022

David Harsanyi

Accusations of left-wing free-speech authoritarianism -- whether through corporate restrictions, the state targeting "misinformation," the shouting down of dissent in universities or the canceling of dissenting voices -- are well-documented. Attempting to even the ledger, liberals have begun alleging that conservatives are engaging in "book bans" in public school districts.

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Red Buttons

March 30, 2022

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Most Dangerous Man in America

March 29, 2022

Jim Rose

His critics used to call Rush Limbaugh the most dangerous man in America. This label for a guy who was never elected to public office and never owned a company. He had no authority over law enforcement or the military. He had exactly three employees and worked out of rented office space. He was a radio talk show host.

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Unhappy Hour Special

March 29, 2022

Dr. Jess Norris

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Without the Rule of Law, Our Rights Are Threatened

March 29, 2022

Laura Hollis

One of the fundamental tenets of modern western civilization is the rule of law. When a nation has the "rule of law," all citizens are bound by the same rules; there are no exceptions, no special treatment for the wealthy, powerful or well-connected.

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Fortenberry-Ukraine-Debates-Gas Prices

March 28, 2022

Jim Rose

Jeff Fortenberry, the nice guy congressman from Lincoln made history. He is the highest ranked Nebraska elected official ever convicted of a felony. The Jury in his illegal campaign contribution trial took less than two hours to find him guilty of three felonies.

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Broken Country Buries Broken Laptop

March 28, 2022

Neil Patel

There has been a lot of ink spilled over Hunter Biden's broken laptop and the way it was treated in the weeks leading up to the 2020 election, but not nearly enough. Now The New York Times has admitted, almost two years too late, that materials in the laptop were in fact authentic. There is no more perfect encapsulation of the problems in American media and tech than this tragic story.

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Court Packing Stance Should Disqualify Brown-Jackson

March 28, 2022

Rick Manning

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell signaled a new harder line on the confirmation of President Biden’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Ketanji Brown-Jackson today as he openly criticized her for failing to be transparent in her answers.

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Softball Questions

March 27, 2022

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A Lesson from the Underground

March 27, 2022

Joe Herring

"Merciful Heavens! But what do I care for the laws of nature and arithmetic, when, for some reason I dislike those laws and the fact that twice two makes four? Of course I cannot break through the wall by battering my head against it, if I really have not the strength to knock it down, but I am not going to be reconciled to it simply because it is a stone wall and I have not the strength." - Fyodor Dostoyevsky (Notes from the Underground)

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The Mass Psychosis of the Western World

March 27, 2022

Erick Ericson

In June of 1374, people across Europe broke out into spontaneous dance. What some scholars believe was actually a medical condition, most believe was a mass psychogenic illness -- an illness of the mind. The people began to dance and the dancing spread. Some danced for days. Some danced until they died. Some had heart attacks or broke bones.

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Hypocrisy

March 26, 2022

Kathleen Kauth

Conflict frequently revolves around people who express strong beliefs and a determined intolerance of others who do not hold those same beliefs. This intolerance is often manifested by verbal and emotional condemnation, scorn and derision.

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Unsilencing Savannah

March 26, 2022

Michelle Malkin

Savanah Hernandez, 25, is one of the most stifled young journalists in America. She's intrepid, prolific and opinionated. But because she has relentlessly exposed the lies of Big Government, Big Business, Big Pharma and Big Alphabet (LGBTQIXYZ), she will never be embraced or promoted by establishment gatekeepers. Because she is right-thinking, right-leaning and a proud America First advocate, you won't see her invited to appear on mainstream corporate media -- even though her videos have been viewed tens of millions of times over the past five years.

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All the Wrong Questions

March 26, 2022

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Our Emperors

March 25, 2022

Understanding history makes it possible to put each day into context and to make an educated guess about what’s around the corner. If enough of this country’s leaders and citizenry realize this, there’s a good chance we will see a bright future. If not, we should be fearful of the ominous-looking clouds on the horizon.

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Phil? You're an Idiot

March 25, 2022

Jim Rose

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Ukraine: The Politics Behind Biden's Reluctance to 'Do More'

March 25, 2022

Larry Elder

Both political parties accuse President Joe Biden of not doing more to help Ukraine, of not supplying the Ukrainians with fighter jets and of emphasizing "what he won't do" to help "rather than what he will do."

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Buying or Renting Part II

March 24, 2022

Jim Rose

Yesterday in this column, we destroyed the dream of every one of you with their heart set on buying a house.

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What If the Roles Were Reversed

March 24, 2022

Chris Baker

American political elites and TV stars think we can send weapons and billions of dollars to kill Russians in defense of Ukraine without risking war with Russia. Putin has talked about the “dangerous consequences” of arming Ukraine, he also said he would attack arms shipments. Ignoring him on this could be catastrophic. What if the roles were reversed?

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Don't Let Big Tech Hide the Truth

March 24, 2022

Betsy McCaughey

The New York Times editorial board declared on Friday that people should be able to express "unpopular" positions without being canceled or "shut out of public discourse." A free flow of information is essential for democracy to function, the editors argued.

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Violence Diminishes Us All

March 23, 2022

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Buy or Rent? A Real Paradox

March 23, 2022

Jim Rose

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The End of the Climate Change Legend

March 23, 2022

Stephen Moore

For many years now, there has been a spirited debate about whether climate change is science, religion or even perhaps a secret route to socialism. That question remains unanswered, but we've now discovered with certainty that climate change is a political albatross around the neck of the Democratic Party.

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Spring Cleaning

March 23, 2022

Crispus Hale

I’m back. Didn’t miss me? That’s ok. Come to find out not everyone appreciates my cutting and caustic prose. I suppose I’m the kinda guy that laughs at his own jokes. Nobody likes that guy. But, in the spirit of sweet-scented spring, let’s do a little cleaning.

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This is...

March 23, 2022

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Anger is Addictive

March 22, 2022

It seems as if there is an epidemic of anger in our world right now. People respond with anger, even rage, over what seem to be innocuous comments and normal situations where disagreements occur. The presumed attacks are generally just differences of opinion. The current tendency to react quickly with anger to virtually any instance is being reflected in the world.

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Madness in March

March 22, 2022

Jim Rose

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Spanish Swearing

March 22, 2022

Dr. Jess Norris

Dear Dr. Jess:I am originally from Spain and moved to the United States when I was 22. I later became an American citizen and married an American woman shortly afterward. English is my second language, but I have been speaking and studying it since I was about 3 (I had an English nanny for a while, then I studied it in school), so I speak it pretty well. My wife, on the other hand, only speaks a little bit of Spanish – pretty much whatever she learned in high school and college. At home, I primarily speak English – however, I appreciate my native language, so when I talk to my parents (which is every week), I speak Spanish.

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Pharma-Induced Opioid Epidemic

March 22, 2022

Dr. Jeanne Greisen, RPh, PharmD

With the recent exposures of the pharmaceutical industry complex, it’s time to look at the opioid epidemic that we are dealing with today and the role of pharmaceutical company, Purdue Pharma. The opioid started back in 1999 with the approval and marketing of the drug Oxycontin. On the surface, the epidemic appears to be a “patient” problem for lack of self-control and overindulgence of pain medication with the sole responsibility falling on the individual. This couldn’t’ be further from the truth. A root cause analysis leads one to do a deep dive into the practices of Purdue Pharma, the lax FDA, and corrupt practitioners for failure to protect patients.

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Illegal Immigration: Another of Biden's Manufactured Crises

March 22, 2022

Laura Hollis

While Americans' attention is understandably focused on skyrocketing gas prices and Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the crisis at our southern border has dropped out of the headlines. But it is also escalating.

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Coleman Weidenbusch - Omaha

March 22, 2022

Coleman Weidenbusch - Omaha

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Springtime

March 21, 2022

Time to rejoice. Spring has arrived. Two topics we hardy Nebraskans enjoy discussing year-round but particularly during the unpredictability of spring: weather and Cornhusker football. Winter proved mild for these parts, though we know we’ll still encounter a late blast or two. Perhaps you’ve already talked to your neighbor about how dry it’s been.

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Welcome to the Week

March 21, 2022

Jim Rose

That fiery crash in Texas last week that killed nine including 7 members of the SW University golf team, happened when a pickup truck blew a tire, veered into the other lane. The tire that blew was the spare. The driver was 13. His father was in the passenger seat. Both died at the scene. -0-

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Campus Free Speech Problems Come Down to Culture

March 21, 2022

Veronique de Rugy

We've all heard stories about university administrators cracking down on free speech. But free expression is suffering even without these enablers, and that should worry us.

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Chronic Concerns

March 21, 2022

Dr. Ben Tapper

When will the perpetual cycle of lockdowns and mandates end? Is it when we reach a 96% vaccination rate? I am genuinely concerned as a health care provider when over eighty percent of Americans and over sixty percent of our children suffer from chronic disease associated with poor lifestyle choices. Do we have a pharmaceutical deficiency or do we need another vaccine followed by multiple boosters? Will the government ever identify the real epidemic – chronic disease?

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Attaining Average

March 20, 2022

“We can’t build our way out of this!” is the common, reflexive response to the question of overcrowding in Nebraska’s state prison system. Although rarely accompanied with evidence to support that statement, it’s nonetheless parroted with reliability.

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January 6th - One Black Man's Perspective

March 20, 2022

Ben Gray

I have watched, sometimes in amazement, the back-and-forth surrounding January 6th. Many liberals describe the event using terms like insurrection, riot or a plot to take over the government. Many conservatives have described the event as citizens expressing their First Amendment rights. Some conservatives went so far as to describe the event as ‘citizens on tour.’ No matter how liberals and conservatives debate January 6th there is one thing I am thoroughly convinced of – had that group been Black, the outcome and the following discussions would have been vastly different.

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International Cards

March 20, 2022

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Guns, Babies and the USA

March 20, 2022

Erick Ericson

Alabama and Ohio have passed versions of "constitutional carry." That is a law that allows a lawful owner of a firearm to carry that firearm without additional governmental permission. Georgia's state House and Senate have both passed versions and a committee is set to reconcile differences. Georgia should have the law passed in the next week, becoming the 24th state to pass such legislation. Just last year Arkansas, Iowa, Montana, Tennessee, Texas and Utah joined the list, putting half of the nation under constitutional carry. Indiana, Nebraska and South Carolina are considering the measure.

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The Hinge on Which our Future Swings

March 19, 2022

There is a vast chasm between clinging to outmoded beliefs simply for the sake of tradition and adhering to eternal truths for the purpose of Salvation, although modern culture would declare both as one and the same.

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What's in a Name?

March 19, 2022

Ben Gray

“Special Epidemic Health Director”. It sounds important…authoritative…righteous. It also borders on the ridiculous.

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Options, Not Orders

March 19, 2022

Joe Herring

Once again, as seems to be the norm in the era of COVID, the government has stubbed their toe on our individual rights. Now, face first, splayed out in the prone position, our government again refuses to recognize the stumbling block that repeatedly trips them up.

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Denver Covers Up Lee Keltner's Assassination

March 19, 2022

Michelle Malkin

Self-described "Progressive Prosecutor" Beth McCann, the district attorney of Denver, campaigned on a promise to "keep our city safe and provide equal justice for all," "to rebuild trust" and "to keep open lines of communication." Bullcrap.

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Being Offended is a Choice

March 18, 2022

Taking offense is a phenomenon that has seen steady growth over the last several decades. Rather than expecting people to learn how to deal with minor conflicts and differences of opinions, our culture began rewarding this hypersensitivity. Trigger warnings, safe spaces and the use of the term micro-aggression, all serve to reward people for taking offense over the small stuff.

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Being Offended is a Choice

March 18, 2022

Taking offense is a phenomenon that has seen steady growth over the last several decades. Rather than expecting people to learn how to deal with minor conflicts and differences of opinions, our culture began rewarding this hypersensitivity. Trigger warnings, safe spaces and the use of the term micro-aggression, all serve to reward people for taking offense over the small stuff.

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Greed, Gluttony and Gates

March 18, 2022

James Martinez

While the world’s captured attention is busy being misdirected by a criminal technocracy of the information environment, its operators advance as an uninformed public look the other way. As the great Sun Tzu said, "All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we can attack, we seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away: when far away, we must make him believe we are near." This tactic has been in place against the American people since 1947. Seventy-five years later, the public is still not aware of our true technological capabilities.

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Greed, Gluttony and Gates

March 18, 2022

While the world's captured attention is busy being misdirected by a criminal technocracy of the information environment, its operators advance as an uninformed public look the other way. As the great Sun Tzu said, "All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we can attack, we seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away: when far away, we must make him believe we are near." This tactic has been in place against the American people since 1947. Seventy-five years later, the public is still not aware of our true technological capabilities.

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Republican-hating Voters

March 18, 2022

Larry Elder

I arrived early for my dinner with a friend at a restaurant on the Westside of Los Angeles. At the table to my right sat two women. We started talking.

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Republican-Hating Voters

March 18, 2022

I arrived early for my dinner with a friend at a restaurant on the Westside of Los Angeles. At the table to my right sat two women. We started talking. They had known each other since second grade, and one was celebrating her 85th birthday. One was a psychotherapist, the other a "human rights activist." Both were Jewish. A few minutes into the conversation, one said: "Wait. I know who you are. You ran for governor." After I confirmed her suspicion, she said, "Guess who I voted for." I smiled. "You didn't vote for me." "How do you know?" she asked.

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16-64-year-olds Not Fully Back in Workforce

March 18, 2022

Robert Romano

After COVID, the employment population ratio of 16- to 64-year-old working age adults — the percentage of people legally eligible to work who are working — has declined 1.9 percent, from a peak of 71.4 percent in 2019 to 69.4 percent in 2021, according to an Americans for Limited Government Foundation analysis of unadjusted annual average data compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Cancel Culture Robs the Future of the Lessons of the Past

March 17, 2022

Cancel culture is equal parts willful ignorance and educated arrogance, usually cozily ensconced in the heart of a single individual. The indoctrinators make use of the empty-headed, while dismissing their own dearth of knowledge as a petty irrelevancy.

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Cancel Culture Robs the Future of the Lessons of the Past

March 17, 2022

Cancel culture is equal parts willful ignorance and educated arrogance, usually cozily ensconced in the heart of a single individual. The indoctrinators make use of the empty-headed, while dismissing their own dearth of knowledge as a petty irrelevancy.

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What does it feel like to have your child die or be instantly killed?

March 17, 2022

Jim Rose

Written by Jim Rose The sun came up this morning about 7:37. It creeped above the treetops promising a magnificent spring day…for all of us except three of our neighbors: Tiffany and Jason Farrell and Blake Miller.‍

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What does it feel like to have your child die or be instantly killed?

March 17, 2022

Written by Jim Rose The sun came up this morning about 7:37. It creeped above the treetops promising a magnificent spring day�for all of us except three of our neighbors: Tiffany and Jason Farrell and Blake Miller.

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Transgender Indoctrination at School and in Kids' Movies

March 17, 2022

Betsy McCaughey

Written by Betsy McCaughey Woke corporate CEOs seem to think they know better than voters what's best for the country. These titans are throwing their companies' clout and cash behind activists pushing gender-fluidity lessons for kindergarteners and other extreme political causes.

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Transgender Indoctrination at School and in Kids' Movies

March 17, 2022

Written by Betsy McCaughey Woke corporate CEOs seem to think they know better than voters what's best for the country. These titans are throwing their companies' clout and cash behind activists pushing gender-fluidity lessons for kindergarteners and other extreme political causes.

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What Can Biden Learn?

March 17, 2022

Dr. Mark Christian

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What Can Biden Learn?

March 17, 2022

Written by Dr. Mark Christian "The complacent, the self-indulgent, the soft societies are about to be swept away with the debris of history," said President John Kennedy on April 20, 1961. "Only the strong, only the industrious, only the determined, only the courageous, only the visionary who determine the real nature of our struggle can possibly survive."

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Lie to Yourselves!

March 16, 2022

“We’re tired of lying to you. Lie to yourselves!”One should marvel at the ridiculous justifications given for the heavy-handed brutality of the Soviet system. Criminality was frequently swept under the rug, especially the major crimes featuring depravity or perversion. They didn't square with the Soviet narrative of criminality being exclusive to Western capitalists.

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Lie to Yourselves!

March 16, 2022

“We’re tired of lying to you. Lie to yourselves!”One should marvel at the ridiculous justifications given for the heavy-handed brutality of the Soviet system. Criminality was frequently swept under the rug, especially the major crimes featuring depravity or perversion. They didn't square with the Soviet narrative of criminality being exclusive to Western capitalists.

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Lie to Yourselves!

March 16, 2022

"We're tired of lying to you. Lie to yourselves!"One should marvel at the ridiculous justifications given for the heavy-handed brutality of the Soviet system. Criminality was frequently swept under the rug, especially the major crimes featuring depravity or perversion. They didn't square with the Soviet narrative of criminality being exclusive to Western capitalists.

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The Godfather at 50

March 16, 2022

Written by Jim Rose

50 years ago we heard about “an offer we couldn’t refuse.” The most famous story about the American family was first told. America’s most remarkable, albeit fictitious family the Corleone’s, are 50. The Godfather hit theatres on March 15, 1972.

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The Godfather at 50

March 16, 2022

Jim Rose

Written by Jim Rose50 years ago we heard about “an offer we couldn’t refuse.” The most famous story about the American family was first told. America’s most remarkable, albeit fictitious family the Corleone’s, are 50. The Godfather hit theatres on March 15, 1972.‍

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The Godfather at 50

March 16, 2022

Written by Jim Rose 50 years ago we heard about "an offer we couldn't refuse." The most famous story about the American family was first told. America's most remarkable, albeit fictitious family the Corleone's, are 50. The Godfather hit theatres on March 15, 1972.

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That's Why They Call It 'the Swamp"

March 16, 2022

Written by Stephen Moore

With $30 trillion of debt - which has grown by $5 trillion in just the last two years, with another $2 trillion of red ink expected to get spilled this year - you might have expected Congress at least to pretend it will temper its reckless spending proclivities.

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That's Why They Call It 'the Swamp"

March 16, 2022

Stephen Moore

Written by Stephen MooreWith $30 trillion of debt - which has grown by $5 trillion in just the last two years, with another $2 trillion of red ink expected to get spilled this year - you might have expected Congress at least to pretend it will temper its reckless spending proclivities.‍

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That's Why They Call It 'the Swamp"

March 16, 2022

Written by Stephen Moore

With $30 trillion of debt - which has grown by $5 trillion in just the last two years, with another $2 trillion of red ink expected to get spilled this year - you might have expected Congress at least to pretend it will temper its reckless spending proclivities.

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Representatives - Do Your Job!

April 9, 2022

How many times have Nebraskans demanded tax reform?

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The Crossroad of Man

April 8, 2022

James Martinez

In the Electric Age of Information, energy flows at us from every side and dimension.

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Not a Debate

April 7, 2022

Omaha Chamber of Commerce and KETV hosted three Nebraska Republican Gubernatorial candidates for what was originally billed as a debate by the Chamber. KETV correctly identified it as a forum.

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Watchfulness in the Citizen

April 6, 2022

“The Salvation of the State is the Watchfulness in the Citizens.” – Hartly Burr Alexander

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Strategic Petroleum Reserves for Emergencies, not Incompetence

April 5, 2022

Biden’s plan to release an additional 180m barrels of oil over the next six months reeks of desperation as his administration begins to feel the impact of his incompetent energy policies. This is the largest release in history and will do significant damage to our capacity to weather a real crisis.

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Nebraskans Step Up

April 4, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine war seems to have produced a multitude of mixed emotions.

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The Prophets of Baal

April 3, 2022

Western societies of today are beset by an overabundance of modern counterparts to the prophets of Baal, urging us to believe their explanations and rationalizations as Gospel; demanding we worship as they do, at a cold, barren altar, dedicated to a cold, barren ideology.

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Human Trafficking

April 2, 2022

Nebraska Sunrise News just completed a five-part in-depth series on human trafficking, specifically sex trafficking. Through numerous interviews with law enforcement, victims, and advocacy groups, the realization of the tangled complexities involved in this heart-wrenching criminal activity both perplexes and infuriates.

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The Reckoning of the Soul

April 1, 2022

James Martinez

The most touching moments of realization are the ones found in love. Connectivity with another in these moments carries through to our last breath at the moment of death. It's the connection we all want most.

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Gods Unto Ourselves

March 31, 2022

The original lie, "...your eyes shall be opened, and you shall be as God, knowing good and evil," brought Sin into the world, and with it, death.

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The Year Was 2081

March 30, 2022

“The year was 2081, and everybody was finally equal. They weren't only equal before God and the law. They were equal every which way. Nobody was smarter than anybody else. Nobody was better looking than anybody else. Nobody was stronger or quicker than anybody else. All this equality was due to the 211th, 212th, and 213th Amendments to the Constitution, and to the unceasing vigilance of agents of the United States Handicapper General.” -Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.

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A Scientific Technological Elite

March 29, 2022

The United States is the most powerful nation ever to exist on earth, possessed of the best technology, most lethal military, and wealth enough to shame Croesus himself.

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There, But For the Grace of God, Go I

March 28, 2022

How close to the precipice are we? How near a fatal fall are we each day, often unaware of the danger?

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Voting - The Bedrock of Democracy

March 27, 2022

The bedrock of democratic institutions needs constant vigilance, scrupulous security and widespread participation. Voting, one of the most precious and fundamental rights in America, has paradoxically become more complex and simplified over the past few decades.

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The Lyceum Address

March 26, 2022

January 27th, 1838"...there is, even now, something of ill-omen amongst us."

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Pattern Recognition

March 25, 2022

James Martinez

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who should I trust after all? The day after John F. Kennedy was killed, the C.I.A. decided to take control of the questioning mind and label all those that questioned the official policy as "conspiracy theorists."

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Life Unworthy of Death

March 24, 2022

The German Euthanasia Association, “Verein Sterbehilfe,” has issued a new regulation voluntarily restricting their participation in assisted suicide. Have they suddenly decided euthanasia is wrong? Have they concluded the act of euthanasia (as expressed in assisted suicide) is inherently corruptible, inevitably leading to the involuntary disposal of inconvenient people?

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Renting or Buying? Part II

March 24, 2022

Jim Rose

Yesterday in this column, we destroyed the dream of every one of you with their heart set on buying a house.

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If the Roles Were Reversed

March 24, 2022

Chris Baker

American political elites and TV stars think we can send weapons and billions of dollars to kill Russians in defense of Ukraine without risking war with Russia. Putin has talked about the “dangerous consequences” of arming Ukraine, he also said he would attack arms shipments. Ignoring him on this could be catastrophic.

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Don't Let Big Tech Hide the Truth

March 24, 2022

Betsy McCaughey

The New York Times editorial board declared on Friday that people should be able to express "unpopular" positions without being canceled or "shut out of public discourse." A free flow of information is essential for democracy to function, the editors argued.

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