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What Can I Achieve with Greek Mythology?

What is the good that comes from knowing even a little about the ancient Greeks' religion? I prefer to learn of actual people who once lived in a historical setting, a time and a place. Greek... Full story


Rule Changes Needed

One of the questions I get asked a lot about these days concerns how the Legislature plans on changing the rules for next session. The Unicameral Legislature is a self-governing body, and I am the... Full story

 By Rich Lowry    Opinion    October 19, 2023

Israel is not a Colonial State

It doesn't take long to read or listen to anti-Israel advocacy before the word "colonial" or "colonialism" is hurled at the Jewish state. After the spasm of Hamas murder, rape, and kidnapping over... Full story


Delta Dawn When the Light Comes On: Week 41

"You shall remember the Lord your God for it is He Who gives your hands the power to get wealth that He may establish His covenant which He swore to your fathers (Abraham, Isaac and Jacob)."... Full story


What Is It About?

Every day we are inundated with bad news. Turn on your TV or radio to any station that carries national and world news – its there. The internet is full to over flowing with "news" – some real,... Full story


Letter to the Editor:Thank you for traditional journalism practices

KUDOS to the Sun-Telegraph for publishing the excellent article entitled: “EPIC Option Town Hall Held at Lazy S Ranch”. In this day and age of slanted journalism that is driving an agenda, this article written by Mike Motz utilized the age-old... Full story



Monday, October 9th is Columbus Day. It is also Indigenous Peoples Day here in Nebraska. Christopher Columbus was a man of incredible integrity, but revisionists have targeted him in their attempts... Full story

 By Rich Lowry    Opinion    October 12, 2023

A bomb thrower targets his own

The Matt Gaetz moment is upon us, and unless you enjoy politics as absurdist theater, you might want to skip it. The bomb-throwing Republican congressman from Florida, who has hitherto distinguished... Full story


Delta Dawn When the Light Comes On: Week 41

“When wisdom enters your heart and knowledge is pleasant to your soul, discretion (judging justly and reasoning rightly with a touch of class) will preserve you. Understanding will keep you and... Full story


Differ We Must

Since 2004, radio personality Steve Inskeep has hosted National Public Radio’s “Morning Edition.” During Covid lockdown in 2020, at home with time to spare, Inskeep researched and wrote a book... Full story


Straight Talk From Steve: Local Control

One of the complaints that I often here about the EPIC Option Consumption Tax has to do with the loss of local control. For example, the League of Municipalities held an informational meeting last... Full story

 By Rich Lowry    Opinion    October 5, 2023

Joe Biden made the worst vice-presidential pick of the last 50 years

Poor Kamala Harris. The alleged misogyny that is tearing at her vice presidency apparently extends to highly partisan Democratic leaders such as Jamie Raskin and Nancy Pelosi. Both of them caused... Full story


Delta Dawn When the Light Comes On: Week 40

The Lord said, "Have I not commanded you to be strong and of good courage (very resolute)? Do not be afraid nor be dismayed, I will be with you. I will not leave you or forsake you, for the Lord your... Full story


Right Versus Wrong

EDITOR'S NOTE: Please enjoy this week's Sutherland piece which is a reprint from 10/13/2021. It is just as relevant now as it was then. Sorry folks, I wish I could write numerous articles full of... Full story


Straight Talk From Steve: Expanding CNPPID's Empire

One of the biggest problems facing states today is empire building. Empire building is the mentality of growing governmental entities without regard for the best interests of the community or the inte... Full story


John Fetterman makes the U.S. Senate safe for disgraceful slobs

John Fetterman's Senate legacy is now set -- he's the guy who made it possible to dress like a slob. What the Missouri Compromise was to Henry Clay, what the Second Reply to Hayne was to Daniel... Full story


Delta Dawn When the Light Comes On: Week 39

“The feasts of the Lord which you (Moses) shall proclaim to be holy convocations are My Moeds (holy days).” Days of feasting and worship were put in place by God to mystify and confound the enemy... Full story


Peering Into The Future

Some people possess a talent to peer deep into the future. In Biblical times people called them prophets. In the Middle Ages, people believed them wizards. Today they are economists who make... Full story


Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I don’t normally do this, write a letter to the editor that is. But I wanted to give you a public show of support and to thank you for the opinion piece “Community Arbi-Traitors” that ran last week in this paper. It’s about time... Full story


Community Arbi-Traitors

Margaret Thatcher famously said "If you just set out to be liked, you would be prepared to compromise on anything at any time, and you would achieve nothing." Britain's Prime Minister from 1979 to... Full story


Delta Dawn When the Light Comes On: Week 39

"If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgiveorgive and cleanse (purify, beautify) us from all unrighteousness (whatever is not like Him)" I John 1:9 Yom Kippur. The Day of Atonement.... Full story


Fighting Fire

My Navy boot company spent 2 days sweating in Southern California heat learning to handle fire hoses and how to put out shipboard fires with nothing but water. In 1967 the Western U.S. Navy Boot Camp... Full story


Straight Talk From Steve: The Labor Shortage

Last month Gov. Jim Pillen put together a new task force to examine Nebraska's workforce shortage. In predictable fashion, Gov. Pillen stacked the task force with those who continue to ignore... Full story


No, we aren't Rome

An op-ed in The New York Times warns, as the headline puts it, that “America is an empire in decline,” and finds a precedent in imperial Rome. The piece, written by the co-author of a new book, ... Full story


Motza, Israel

The main highway running east to west across Israel's width is Highway One. It connects Tel Aviv and Jerusalem to the Jordan River Valley, near Jericho. In 2012, highway contractors working five... Full story


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