🎧 The hosts discuss the importance of good sportsmanship and why, unlike in politics, sports almost always rewards the people with the most skill.
I had the opportunity this week to appoint Nebraska’s next U.S. Senator, former Governor Pete Ricketts. Only five times in our state’s history has a Governor had this privilege. The process was not one that I took lightly. More than 110 applications were received, and nine candidates intervi…
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Public ignorance and blind party loyalty are a candidate's best friend.
When conservatives talk about so-called “entitlements,” they act as if it’s charity.
Stan Kroenke, the trash-talking man St. Louisans love to hate, is under increasing pressure to settle the court case over the Ram's 2016 move.
From the Wisconsin State Journal editorial board: "Vigilantes carrying rifles in the streets won't make our society safer."
From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial board: "The vigilante community across America must be jubilant."
The NFL’s team owners, a band of billionaire brothers, are getting nervous as the St. Louis lawsuit over the Rams’ relocation forces them to make some very uncomfortable decisions on financial disclosure. Ben Frederickson joins Tod Robberson to discuss the issue. Video by Chris Drury/Post-Dispatch
"Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo cannot survive in office," writes The News' Editorial Board.
From the editor: State Journal editorial board will now include members from our community.
Geske, a former state Supreme Court justice, introduces herself as one of the Wisconsin State Journal's new community editorial board members
Strong, a former Madison police lieutenant and longtime youth football coach, introduces himself as one of the Wisconsin State Journal's new community editorial board members
Schmitz, the Downtown Madison dynamo whose great-grandfather opened a store on the Capitol Square in 1898, introduces herself as one of the Wisconsin State Journal's new community
Last Sunday, Tulsa World reporter Corey Jones showed that 18 people died in 15 OHP pursuits in the past five years, but that none of the chased drivers were suspected of violent crimes when the pursuit began, the editorial says.
The soak-the-rich philosophy favored by the state Democratic Party’s progressive wing carries risks.
Like a superhero, Fremont Strong heroically arrived where you were needed in the spring of 2019. Fremont Strong was present all around Fremont, sometimes with shovels propped over a shoulder, as trucks and flatbeds lined up ready and willing to haul sandbags and other times forming a line to…
About five years ago, Donald J. Trump coined the term “fake news” to describe major national media outlets he believed were purposely trying to damage his reputation. Since then, many people and agencies in and around Fremont have been obsessed with “controlling the narrative” when it comes …