Pulse writer says getting rid of the independence of our own judiciary makes it easier to get rid of democracy here.
Pulse writer thanks Omaha for welcoming him during Bruce Crawford's annual film series benefit.
Pulse writer praises state senators for passing legislation to help neglected areas of Omaha get much needed resources for redevelopment.
Pulse writer says the tax breaks provided by LB 873 will help the majority of Nebraska residents.
The mascots used in the Bellevue Public Schools are a misrepresentation of Native Americans and should be changed, Pulse writer says.
Pulse writer is critical of the tax collection projections set by the Nebraska Economic Forecasting Advisory Board.
A Pulse writer questions why independent voters were not allowed to cast ballots in the Republican gubernatorial candidate race.
Pulse writer praises a bill that contains a provision to eliminate all Nebraska state taxes on Social Security benefits by 2025.
Trickle-down economics doesn’t happen because there is too much corporate greed, Pulse writer says.
Pulse writer says Ricketts' two terms as governor were an eight-year disaster.
Pulse writer says ISS actively promotes harsh restrictions which threaten the livelihoods of dedicated workers in Nebraska as well as food security across the nation.
Pulse writer believes that Farnam Street may actually be safer during one-way traffic than two-way.
Pulse writers give their thoughts on the zipper merge method.
Pulse writers say it is likely that a significant number of Americans will seek abortions whether they are legal or not, and that doing so could cause injuries and fatalities to many women.
Pulse writers weigh in on candidates and issues prior to the May 10 primary election.
Pulse writers weigh in on abortion rights and the leaked draft of a Supreme Court abortion opinion that would overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.
Pulse writer says just because a person isn’t "acting" like a victim doesn't mean he or she is not a victim.
Pulse writer poses a comparison question about ORBT.
Brad Ashford focused on issues, not on partisanship, Pulse writer and retired World-Herald columnist says.
Theresa Thibodeau is more inclined to focus on the citizens of the state of Nebraska, Pulse writer says
Pulse writer says Rich Pahls was a dedicated public servant and will be missed by the Millard community.
Pulse writer expresses concern about removing the amendment from LB 888.
As Douglas County Assessor/Register of Deeds Diane Battiato prepares to retire, she expresses gratitude for the confidence and support she has received for the past 22 years.