According to a recent poll President Barack Obama and Nebraska’s tea party crowd have something in common, and it’s not a good thing.Read More →
Still no word if federal prosecutors will launch their own investigation into Nebraska’s prison scandal.
Last month former State Sen. Steve Lathrop, who led the state’s probe, said more questions needed answers.
Along with all the talk about how Nebraska awards electoral votes in presidential elections, and there’s been plenty over the past several years, this year’s fight over winner-take-all has new repercussions. AKA: Brad Ashford’s re-electionRead More →
Will a push to slow campaign corruption in Nebraska come up short and put a largely “toothless” bill on the books?
That’s the fear of those backing the latest effort to shine more light on campaign contributions and stop scandals before they start.
An unarmed suspect was shot twice in the back by an Omaha police officer this week, according to Chief Todd Schmaderer who adds the shooting, caught on video by police, “does not appear to be criminal.”Read More →