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Successfully Slowing the Spread

Nebraskans are known for common sense, tenacity, and grit. When faced with a major challenge, we don’t panic or abandon core principles and long-standing traditions. Instead, we pull together to do...

 

The Agenda

This is my last column about globalist agendas unless readers request more. To review, this is NOT conspiracy theory. Most of what I describe is out in the open for anyone to read on the World...

 

Selective History

“Whoever shall introduce into public affairs the principles of primitive Christianity will change the face of the world.” “As to Jesus of Nazareth, my opinion of who you particularly desire, I...

 

Straight Talk From Steve

We are finally getting some good news about the coronavirus. The number of hospitalizations in Nebraska declined last week and both Moderna and Pfizer are beginning to send out vaccinations. Because...

 

Commonsense Health Care

When I meet with hospitals and health care providers around Nebraska, both prior to and during the current pandemic, the impact of unnecessary regulations on their ability to provide care in rural are...

 

More About the Great Reset

Last week I said I’d write more on the coming Great Reset if readers requested it. You did. So here’s more. We can learn a lot about the Great Reset by reading its own material. It’s right...

 

I'll Be Grumpy With You

As much as I would love to write about the tyrannical measures of the lockdowns, the overreach of government, the uselessness of masks, the election fraud and the absolute absurd idea that a vaccine i...

 

Making a Difference

I watched part of a video recently that was both enlightening and heart-felt. It was one of those events where the mall or major retail store looks typical with shoppers buying and grazing and...

 

Straight Talk from Steve

As you may know, for the past several weeks I have been delineating the ten rights of the Nebraska Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, which I plan to include in legislation for the consumption tax in...

 

Two Nobel Prizes

An interesting anecdote appears in Barack Obama’s recently-published memoir, A Promised Hope. He recalls the day, a Friday, October 9, 2009, when he was stunned to learn that the Nobel Peace Prize...

 

What is the Great Reset?

When discussing the Great Reset, it’s vital to understand what it is, and what it is not. It’s not a conspiracy theory. It’s proponents say upfront what it is on the website...

 

Lissner Rebuts Benson's Viewpoint

In the 11 November 2020 issue of the Sidney Sun-Telegraph, Mr. Benson again willingly and gladly reveals his ignorance and open bias against Israel, this time using “education” and schools with...

 

Reviewing Thanksgiving

By now Thanksgiving dinner is a memory, a calorie explosion many try to forget while preparing for the next. Refrigerators and pantries are full of leftovers from the grand feast. Families were sent...

 

Straight Talk from Steve

As you may know, for the past several weeks I have been telling my readers about the Nebraska Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. This Bill of Rights will be included in legislation for the consumption tax...

 

Giving Thanks in Adversity

It’s fitting to set aside time each year to express gratitude to God and to one another for the many blessings we enjoy.  In seasons of peace and plenty, as well as in times of war and loss,...

 

The Pilgrim Experiment With 'Socialism'

Analysis of trends in American politics suggests more and more Americans are comfortable with socialism and seek its institution in the U.S. By definition socialism is recognized as an intermediary...

 

Even In This Time, Be Thankful

In any other year, kitchens are already looking like a war room preparing for the great day. Recipe books are retrieved and researched. Lists of foods to be brought by family and guests are closely...

 

Straight Talk from Steve

Thursday is Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a time for us to reflect on the many ways that God has blessed us throughout the year. While the year 2020 has been particularly hard on many of us due to...

 

Thanks for SRMC Response

To the editor: I want to start off by thanking all of the people who cared for me at the Sidney Regional Medical Center hospital.  I feel compelled to share my story.  As friends and other people say, you go to the Sidney hospital to die, even...

 

Correcting the Record

Dear Mr. Publisher: This is a clarification letter with regard to the Veteran’s booklet, inside cover, honoring James Minshall. This in no way indicates that your paper did something wrong, but the last part of the article referring to my Mother,...

 

Pilgrims and Puritans

The first people to live in eastern Massachusetts were the Native Americans. A tribe called the Wampanoags lived on that rocky coast for perhaps 10,000 years. The Mayflower arrived at Plymouth Harbor...

 

Incomperable Hospitality

I grew up in the country – we were nestled deep in the woods. My grandparents lived 13 hours away and made the trip to see us maybe twice in all of my growing up years. My dad had a shotgun above th...

 

Giving Thanks in Adversity

It’s fitting to set aside time each year to express gratitude to God and to one another for the many blessings we enjoy. In seasons of peace and plenty, as well as in times of war and loss,...

 

Why Trump Had to Lose

Why is Donald Trump so hated by the elites of society and establishments in government and media? Because he had the audacity to disrupt planning that had been underway for decades. A great global...

 

Learning from Our Founding Fathers

I was looking through my bookshelves recently when I stumbled upon a book of quotes from Thomas Jefferson. “That government is best which governs the least, because its people discipline...

 

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