Last updated, September 2014 Nebraska was one of only fourteen states to see the successful passage of a State Sovereignty Resolution in the two year period 2009 – 2010, while well over thirty states had resolutions. In other words, the passage of the Nebraska resolution on April 13, 20101 The Sovereignty Resolution was originally numbered […]
Updated October 26, 2011: Considering the popularity of this article, we thought it important to list all of our TransCanada / Keystone XL pipeline pieces: If you are going to read one article, we recommend #4, as it best summarizes the whole subject. Note that there are links in each to prior articles. 1) Transcending […]
Is Nebraska’s debate over the TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline project focused on the most substantive issues? Opponents cite the environment, proponents, job creation and “energy security”. Here at GiN, we think the most important issues have been overlooked. Read full articleTranscending The Typical TransCanada Talking Points
Updated Editor’s Note: This is the sixth article in a series about Nebraska politics, particularly as pertains to the Nebraska Republican Party and closely connected groups and their relationship to the “tea party movement”. We recommend starting with the article “Nebraska’s Ruling Class and the Perils of (Assisted) Political Suicide” which includes links to all […]
A simple publication of an email which had been distributed publicly, a few questions about it, a rather swift expression of displeasure by a paid GOP employee, and our response to it has been generating a lot of interest by way of hits on our site, as we’ve previously reported. Also, we’ve now received a […]
A snapshot of an email received by GiN’s Norlyn and forwarded to me is included below for readers’ consideration. Norlyn’s included note… “Start here. Note the ‘From’, the speakers, and the ‘paid for by’. Does anyone else see a problem here? Anyone?” Linda and I have the same questions. What say YOU?