UPDATED May 16, 2012: Note that this article was published earlier in the day Tuesday, before the polls even closed. I am not going to make any changes to this article so that you can read it, as written, before the race was declared. The only point to note, I believe, is that it is […]
As noted in the title, this article is about the subject of money, including campaign fundraising and expenditures and income / wealth earned by Bruning during his years in public office. Earlier today, we published an article, pictured at right, which covered a broad range of topics about Nebraska’s current Attorney General; some, we think, […]
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 […]
I’ve received some feedback on the most recent article published here “TransCanada Trojan Horse: Keystone XL Pipeline Will Increase Gas Prices“. That feedback confirms my earlier concerns about the use of environmentalist rhetoric in the pipeline project debate. That feedback also confirms that anyone else interested in running for Miss Popularity in the state need […]
As we’ve noted repeatedly in our articles on the subject, our primary interest in the Keystone XL pipeline project was the conduct of Nebraska’s elected officials at both the state and federal levels, and serious concerns about property rights. We did not have an overall position on the project and we did not recommend any […]
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?