Pulse writers of differing political persuasions voice alarm about the harm from political money.
Don't change the name of the iconic South Omaha venue, says a Public Pulse writer with Czech heritage.
Rep. Jeff Fortenberry showed appalling judgment in the campaign donation matter, a Public Pulse writer says.
Helping parents understand the need for comprehensive sex education would be helpful, a Pulse writer says.
Army Corps of Engineers' plan for Lake Zorinsky is overkill, Pulse writers say.
One compromise approach on the sex education issue is to provide parents with adequate information, a Pulse writer says.
Enough with false claims about our election system, a Pulse writer says. Use of a gold star by a protester insults Holocaust victims, another writes.
MECA's ticket policy imposes an unnecessary burden on ticket purchasers, a Pulse writer says.
Our tax code favors the wealthy, needlessly burdening the rest of society, a Pulse writer says.
Getting a vaccine or wearing a mask is as much about our collective society as it is a personal benefit, a Pulse writer says.
Don't stereotype all landlords as heartless people who don't care about their tenants, a Pulse writer says.
Having teachers from diverse background serves the public interest in Nebraska, a Pulse writer says.
The volunteer lawyer effort to help in eviction court has tremendous value for our community, a Pulse writer says.
This will be the first full court term where the five-member conservative majority will hold significant sway.
Omaha is blessed with outstanding Italian heritage groups, including a new, energetic one, a Pulse writer says.
Do not lower academic requirements for Nebraska teachers to promote diversity, a Pulse writer says.
Anytime Republicans oppose something, they label it as socialism; that's getting pretty old, a Pulse writer says.
Looking for an Omaha hero worth emulating? Look no further than Walter Scott Jr., a Pulse writer says.
Updating library resources to meet today’s technology is a given and can be achieved through rebuilding the library in its current footprint.
State regulators are inexcusably tardy in moving the casino process forward, a Pulse writer says.
If a player is failing to deliver at the needed level, a competent coach will replace him, the same as in business, a Pulse writer says.
Hearings reflected poorly on these subpar generals, a Pulse writer says.