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    Each state in our nation has the opportunity to honor two great Americans hailing from their state with statues in the U.S. Capitol. When I was Governor, I had the privilege of signing legislation to change Nebraska’s statues and honor two tremendous Nebraskans: Chief Standing Bear and Willa…

    As Nebraska’s Attorney General, it is my responsibility to defend Nebraskans’ interests and rights against federal overreach. In January, the Biden Administration’s Environmental and Protection Agency imposed a new rule broadly regulating bodies of water across the country. The rule, called …

    Teaching the next generation of farmers and ranchers has been the mission of NCTA since its creation 110 years ago as a high school. Founded as the Nebraska School of Agriculture, this model resembles what is known today as a magnet school: serving a particular field of study and addressing …

    Thirteen years ago my mind became wide open with the birth of my granddaughter, Maddox McClintic. You see, Baby Maddie, as I called her then, was born with Down syndrome. The time that has passed since that cold day in January has made a profound and everlasting change to my life.

    The first Regular Session of the 108th Legislature concluded last week. On the second to last day of the session we considered several motions to override Governor Pillen’s vetoes of specific budget items.

    With her wild hair, peekaboo sweater and extraordinary claim that then-presidential candidate Joe Biden had sexually assaulted her, Tara Reade merited considerable skepticism. Any such accusation deserved a hearing, of course, but Reade was an obvious nutjob and Putin shill. Why did she have to be "believed" right off the bat?


    The National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago released results of a survey last month. They asked people about their attitudes toward a number of things, including family, religion, money, patriotism and hard work.

    My compliments to the News-Times staff for the special Viewpoint sections published in recent weeks. One was titled, “York County in 2023” and the other was titled “Agriculture.” Both sections included a nice variety of stories that were well written and enjoyable to read.

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