The Cornhusker Guardian encourages voters to cast their ballots AGAINST Initiative 433 (which would raise the minimum wage in stages to $15 per hour) for
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%
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
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.
TCG Staff Nebraska families feel it in their gut – things are WAY more expensive than they were last year, or even a few months
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.
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.
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.”
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…
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.