U.S. Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., popularized the old legal maxim that “hard cases make bad law.” This legal adage means that passing
It’s official. The U.S. Senate seniority rankings are out. And who has the lowest seniority of all 100 U.S. Senators? Pete Ricketts of Nebraska. Seniority
Now that the Cornhusker State has a free hand to prohibit abortion thanks to last year’s U. S. Supreme Court decision in the Dobbs case, it is imperative that the Republican majority in Nebraska’s Unicameral operate in such a manner that a minority of Democrats and a handful of RINOs (“Republicans In Name Only”) cannot block such baby-saving legislation.
Voting is not only a right. It is also a duty of all citizens to make morally informed choices in selecting the leaders of government.
Congressman Flood has been a longtime leader in the pro-life movement, and he in large measure holds responsibility with respect to laying the political foundation for Nebraska’s current pro-life legislation.
Catholics (and perhaps people of other religions) observe November 2nd as “All Souls Day,” where they remember and pray for the dead. What follows is
If voters have any doubt as to why term-limited Democrat State Sen. Adam Morfeld and Democrat political newcomer George Dungan III should not receive election
Readers may have seen a campaign postcard entitled “Lancaster County’s Four Pillars of Safety & Security.” It has pictures of candidates Pat Condon (previously endorsed
Think San Francisco. Think Chicago. Think New York City. Think Philadelphia and St. Louis. Violent crime is running amok in those cities. And what have
If Dr. Jim Pillen is serious about defeating Sen. Carol Blood in this month’s gubernatorial election, he needs to show strong leadership with respect to
Many observers of Lincoln during the municipal reign of Mayor Leirion Gaylord Baird have noted an increasing deterioration in the city’s quality of life. Its
Long before the year 1984, I remember reading George Orwell’s dystopian novel of the same name. Orwell published the book shortly after the fall of
Many readers of The Cornhusker Guardian were saddened to learn that Charles W. Herbster and State Senator Julie Slama had earlier this week dropped their
Editor’s Note: This story from The Defender is a very hopeful look at the seeds of future change in the essential industry of agriculture, with
Newsweek’s Zoe Strozewski examines the ramifications of Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse’s upcoming decision to vacate his position only 2 years into his second term to
The Cornhusker Guardian believes that coverage of the upcoming election is very important. We are facilitating this by providing statements from various candidates for public
The Attorney General of Nebraska banded together with those of Missouri, Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas and South Carolina in a lawsuit to block President Biden’s presumptively
The Secretary of State’s office announced that the Voter ID Constitutional Amendment: Initiative Measure 432 has qualified for the ballot. The issue of required Voter
The Nebraska Family Alliance is a non-profit that exists to “ensure Nebraska is a place where God is honored, marriages and families thrive, life is
Brian Buschini is a great punter for Nebraska, and his initial political instincts seem good. But as the following story from Dailywire shows, he is
When Nebraskans go to the polls in November, they should remember that many of the failures to pass strong pro-life legislation, most recently in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court Dobbs decision, are the result of years-long failures by the GOP to take advantage of the strong Republican majority in the Unicameral.
The largely Protestant-led Nebraska Family Alliance was early in perceiving and acting against the threat to religious and personal freedom posed by Lincoln’s so-called “Fairness Ordinance.”
Although The Cornhusker Guardian does not endorse the bulk of his philosophical and theological positions, it finds Aldous Huxley’s predictions and analyses with respect to
The most recent Consumer Price Index report, detailed that annualized health insurance costs are now up an eye-popping 17.0% over last year. Moreover, annualized rent costs have surged another 14.1%, despite 2021’s record setting increase of 17.5%
Nebraska voters need to remember Professor Thomas Sowell’s words when they go to the polls in November. The principles he enunciates in his essay below should make it impossible for any but “low information voters” to cast a ballot for Democrat candidates.
The following article shows another smoking gun related to the politicization of the COVID pandemic by Dr. Fauci and others who were desperate to end the Presidency of Donald Trump.
by TCG Editorial Board Although newly elected Nebraska Congressman Mike Flood and veteran Congressman Adrian Smith voted against a bill that would have legislatively protected
by TCG Staff Nebraska Democrats and their allies in the “mainstream press” are regularly promoting the “green” agenda, but they have apparently little regard for
In a stinging rebuke to Gov. Pete Ricketts (and a worrisome omen to his anointed successor, Republican gubernatorial candidate Dr. Jim Pillen), longtime conservatives and ardent Trump-era supporters took over the Nebraska Republican Party on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Given the threats to public health that are documented below, it is hard to understand how Democratic candidate for Lancaster County Attorney Adam Morfeld can be so reckless as to promote the legalization of marijuana.
The Nebraska Association of School Boards joins 24 other states in withdrawing from the National School Board Association (NSBA).
Nebraskans from various walks of life have shared with The Cornhusker Guardian their anecdotal personal observations about a perceived increase in deaths of working age people since the decline in COVID infections and the increase in “vaccinations” related to them.
The beginning of the end to America’s long national nightmare is finally in sight. The ending to this horror began today at 9:10 am Central Time, when the U.S. Supreme Court released its long-awaited abortion decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.
A group called “Let Lincoln Vote” is helping to organize a ballot initiative that would revive the so-called “fairness ordinance,” which was recently rescinded by the Lincoln City Council.
TCG Staff Nebraska families feel it in their gut – things are WAY more expensive than they were last year, or even a few months
Nebraska’s Douglas County Health Department recently announced plans to offer COVID-19 “vaccines” to children under 5 years of age. It is doing so in the face of serious questions…
Lincoln police disclosed this week that the driver of a speeding automobile which triggered a two-car crash that killed two persons and injured 20 on a sidewalk along O Street on Memorial Day tested positive for marijuana following the crash.
The Nebraska Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a lawsuit brought by Creighton University students who had suffered banishment from class and from the Creighton campus after they had refused on religious and conscientious grounds to take the Covid “jab” because of its association with aborted fetal remains.
The recent decision by State Farm management on behalf of the company’s owners to push LGBTQ+ books on children could mean that many of its Nebraska policy holders may take their insurance business elsewhere.
In the following article, Mr. Georgatos approaches the topic from a refreshingly non-political perspective – from the perspective of the American Citizen. He did this by simply asking, “Is our election system vulnerable …”
Although Republicans re-nominated Bob Evnen for Nebraska Secretary of State on Tuesday, it was essentially with a vote of “no confidence.”
Matt Schulte upset long-serving Lancaster County Commissioner Deb Schorr last night in a hard-fought political battle.
GOP nomination for Governor yesterday, defeating Charles W. Herbster by a slim margin of 9,501 votes out of 261,518 ballots cast.
Endorsements by former President Donald J. Trump have proved exceedingly valuable to candidates who received them during this year’s primary election cycle. Newsweek reported today that Mr. Trump was 22-0 in the success of his endorsements during last week’s primaries and 55-0 for the entire 2022 primary season.
Nationally known economist Stephen Moore and regional economist Dr. Ernie Goss joined State Sen. Tom Briese of Albion in praising the Charles W. Herbster Tax Plan as the best way to grow Nebraska’s economy and to relieve beleaguered taxpayers, who are staggering under burdensome property, sales and income taxes.
By The Cornhusker Guardian’s Editorial Board Challenger Robert Borer appears to be in a good position to upset Bob Evnen, Nebraska’s incumbent Secretary of State,
Because the Democratic Party’s official platforms (both at the Nebraska and national levels) have so many positions that are contrary to The Cornhusker Guardian’s conservative philosophy, and because the “Non-Partisan” label is so often a cover for Democrats (and for “Republicans-in-Name-Only”) who want to conceal their true political identities, The Cornhusker Guardian is confining its endorsements to the Republican Primary.
By Mary Jane Truemper, President of the Omaha Liberty Ladies, LLC
I feel compelled during this Easter Season to take time out to speak about the gubernatorial race and Senator Julie Slama’s allegations against Charles W. Herbster.
An extraordinary number of disasters at food processing plants around the United States is contributing to grave concerns that the West is being threatened with food shortages.
In an April 25 broadcast, Fox News host Tucker Carlson explained, “America [has] the most fertile farmland in the world, it’s always had some of the cheapest food prices in the world. That could be changing.”
Lancaster County Commissioner Deb Schorr, who currently seeks her sixth term in that office, claims in a recent mailer to Republican voters that she is the pro-life and conservative choice in the race. In fact, her record in office is part of the reason that many GOP voters believe Deb Schorr should not win renomination to the post on May 10th …
The Cornhusker Guardian received an email this morning that establishes an additional tie between the “Republican Establishment” and The Nebraska Examiner, an online news source that broke the story alleging inappropriate touching of women
The Cornhusker Guardian hates injustice of any kind. Fortunately, citizens of the United States are for the most part fair-minded people, and Nebraskans even more so. The “late hit” against a front-running candidate,…
Although The Cornhusker Guardian has not yet issued candidate endorsements in the upcoming primary election, it has found perplexing the almost visceral opposition of Gov. Pete Ricketts to the gubernatorial candidacy of…
A number of Cornhusker Guardian readers have recently complained about a lack of reliability involving the Nebraska Right to Life Political Action Committee when it comes to its election endorsements.
The most glaring and complaint-ridden example involves…
Nebraska residents are understandably concerned about the effects of inflation in the Cornhusker State. Fertilizer, which is essential to the good health of Nebraska’ farm economy, is only one example of the problems inflation is causing for those who work in agriculture. The following article from Hillsdale College’s Imprimus gives a good general explanation of inflation…
Slamming opposition for obscuring the issue of abortion with “identity politics,” Slama, a Republican, said, “We’ve had a few people get up on the mic today and say, ‘As a woman, I oppose this bill and here’s why.’ If the opposition is going to bury themselves in obscurities and identity politics, I’ll hop in.”
Nebraska’s Lancaster County Board of Commissioners accepted a $404,584.50 grant from the Zuckerbergs via the Center for Tech and Civic Life (“CTCL”) in early autumn of 2020. No other Nebraska county accepted such a grant.
efore the United States went off the gold standard in 1933,[i] our money was backed by gold and had intrinsic value. Due to mass inflation and other historic factors, however, the money system in America in the 20th and 21st centuries has been turned inside out.
The present session of the Nebraska Unicameral provides only 60 legislative days and will end on April 20th. Time is therefore running very short for the session’s three election integrity related bills to be amended to require hand counting of all election ballots.
Citizens across the State of Nebraska should feel alarmed and called to action by facts unearthed via The Nebraska Voter Accuracy Project (NVAP) with respect to the Cornhusker State’s 2020 Presidential election cycle.
The Nebraska Voter Accuracy Project (“NVAP”) has gained the attention of Bob Evnen, Nebraska’s Secretary of State (“SOS”), whose duties include overseeing elections in Nebraska.
The Government, Military and Veterans Affairs committee on March 2nd heard public testimony in Lincoln on three legislative bills pertaining to election integrity. The bills addressed were LB1181, LB1123, and LB1121.
Announcing a staggeringly successful petition drive at a mid-day Tuesday press conference, Nebraska Family Alliance (“NFA”) Executive Director Karen Bowling began by reminding …
Anyone who tells us that elections do not belong to us, that the information is secret, to “trust us, we’ve got this” is wrong. Elections are ours. They belong to us, “We The People.”
Democratic State Senators Anna Wishart and Adam Morfeld are among the leading proponents of a Constitutional Amendment that seeks to legalize marijuana in the Cornhusker State…
Nebraska farmers know that fertilizer is essential to crop production. According to a Texas A&M Study conducted on behalf of the Nebraska Corn Board, fertilizer expenditures represent approximately 36% of all operating costs for corn producers.
As it did in 2012, the ordinance passed last week by the Lincoln City Council, is a “bathroom bill” that opens up all women’s dressing, locker and bathrooms to men who “identify as female.”
The council and mayor claim the benefit of this sweeping change to the city charter is to prevent discrimination. History, however, shows that this kind of radical change in the law primarily results in persecution
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled in a 4-3 decision handed down on February 11, 2022, to allow ban on absentee ballot drop boxes for the
By Jerry Ficke America’s recent virus challenge shone a brilliant and bright light on the majesty of the outdoors. Sun lovers everywhere turned, for example,
Pfizer’s own COVID-19 “vaccine” trial data demonstrated a heightened risk of sickness and death among the injected, according to the Canadian Covid Care Alliance, a