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.
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
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
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
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 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.
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.
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.
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…
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.
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.
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.”
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
2000 Mules is a new movie by conservative filmmaker and podcaster Dinesh DeSouza. Mr. DeSouza recently released a trailer to the film that shows ballot
The preservation of American democracy and our nation’s way of life depends upon honest elections, but this was not what Cornhusker State citizens and the country received during the last Presidential election cycle.
The Nebraska Voter Accuracy Project (“NVAP”) is a grassroots volunteer group of more than 2,000 concerned citizens. It took shape in early 2021 after evidence