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nebraskaenergyobserver · 9h ago

Caracas on the Thames

So there sits Britain, a bit more than half of the population bestirred themselves to extricate themselves from the EU to a fair amount of excitement on both sides of the pond. An excellent ...
nebraskaenergyobserver · 1d ago

The Sexes Battle On

So, this will be sort of a point/counterpoint, although I’m going to stress one side because it isn’t said enough these days. Recently, David French wrote an article in National Review about...
nebraskaenergyobserver · 2d ago

Reforging American Greatness

We’ve spoken of the things we do here many times, and it’s nice to have another voice. David L. Hunter raises his voice in The American Spectator. He makes his case well, and I agree with hi...
nebraskaenergyobserver · 3d ago

Voyages and Voyagers

Well, the Alabamans are electing their new Senator. I’ll be surprised if it’s much of a surprise, but that’s why they have the election. Last night I woke up in the middle of the night and w...
nebraskaenergyobserver · 4d ago

Starting the Week.

Now that is a nice start to the week. The opening ceremony from last weekend’s Army-Navy game. If you haven’t heard, Army went, Beat Navy, in a very good game. To Hell and Back Tyler Durden ...
nebraskaenergyobserver · 5d ago

The Week: This Year in Jerusalem Edition

Welp, that time again, lots going on so let’s dive into the swamp. Al Franken thinks we need to have a ‘National Conversation’ about sexual harrassment, I don’t see why, as far as I can see ...
nebraskaenergyobserver · 6d ago

Handcarts to Hell

Kurt Schlichter was on a roll this week, even for him. On the fourth, he had a few comments on the news media and its lack of anything approaching morals in anything. That’s here. Behold ano...
nebraskaenergyobserver · 1w ago

The System IS the Scam

I grew up watching Chicago television, and the obvious and ongoing corruption was not so much normal as a cost of doing business, like the flames shooting out of the blast furnaces at US Ste...
nebraskaenergyobserver · 1W ago

Day of Infamy

We often talk of World War II, it was a major series of events in American and world history, as long as those survivors were in charge, things were better than ever, as they leave the stage...
nebraskaenergyobserver · 1W ago

A Taxing Subject

So we have a tax cut, at long last, I guess. I haven’t read into it deeply, to me, tax language is about the fifth circle of Hell, and that day is coming soon enough, so why volunteer. But f...