In my most recent post, “Don’t Count on a Republican Congress to Save the Day“, I made the case that a majority Republican Congress is not likely to result in either an overall reversal of the disastrous direction of our government or a repeal of such things as the historically bad healthcare law. In fact, […]
Editor’s Note: This article is part of a series about the perils of a perpetual focus on the next election cycle, on Washington, D.C. politics, and a need for appraising the sober realities about state sovereignty and politics as usual. Following this article, there were, in order, three others published: “GOP Congress Will Not Save […]
Nebraska’s primary election is May 11. If we wish government policy and debate to be based on Constitutional principles, we need to focus some of our time and resources on affecting who is getting elected. Noting that time and resources are at a premium for all of us (as an all-volunteer group) we recognize we […]
Rasmussen Reports posted a “Toplines” poll on March 4 of 500 likely Nebraska voters. The poll’s focus was the Nebraska Gubernatorial race, but asked a number of other interesting questions. Click the image below to view the polling results. Click here to read an attached article.