This article is for any grassroots organizations who still think working with Republican leadership is the way to change the political landscape for the better: You’d have to be intentionally oblivious to be unaware that the Republican Party powers-that-be and the associated high rollers who fund the Party and the candidates it fields have a […]
I don’t know if everyone reading this is old enough to remember all the press about “the boat people” fleeing Vietnam in the ’70s. According to Wikipedia, references to the boat people “came into common use during the late 1970s with the mass departure of Vietnamese refugees from Communist-controlled Vietnam, following the Vietnam War.” Desperate […]
Our December 10 article about democracy, “income inequality”, and political influences was, in part, motivated by a number of comments by Occupy Lincoln (OL) members on our site. We decided to address those comments in articles, because we believed they’d raised some issues worth writing about. Since we had already planned to point out problems […]
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?
I definitely make mistakes on occasion. Today I made one when a broadcast information about an upcoming meeting. My apologies to all for my error and any confusion I’ve caused. To clarify, the meeting is: Monday, January 10th 7:00pm – 8:30pm The location is in Lincoln. As explained in my original post, it doesn’t seem […]
This three video series lasting approximately 30 minutes is worth the watch. Speaking to a church congregation, Ann Coulter entertains with her typically cutting wit. Beyond that, however, she speaks to essentially every pressing issue of the moment and the political forces at work. In some ways Coulter’s wit is cutting because she is one […]
As data is being analyzed from the 2010 Census, it is becoming clear that people are voting with their feet, opting to leave high tax states. Migration from the high tax to low tax states is resulting in shifts within Congress, as The Washington Examiner article, below, reports. Nebraskans might find it interesting to note […]
Join an outstanding line-up of guests for an evening all about State Sovereignty! TONIGHT 6:00PM – 8:00PM CST Rule of Law Radio Network – click *HERE* to listen live online I’ll be sitting in for Kaye Beach on the Axxiom for Liberty show tonight. Election Euphoria? Or the Beginning of the Beginning? Although the election […]