A is for Attitude: Andy's Blog

 

Article V: Convention of Questions

KEARNEY, Neb. (KGFW) – Earlier this week on Talk of the Town we visited with Mike Nicolen, a local representative of the collective supporting the call for an Article V Convention of States. You can listen to that podcast. Read more...

State Lawmaker calls LGBT protections bill "common sense." I disagree.

Nebraska State Senator Adam Morfeld of Lincoln has introduced a bill that would protect LGBT Nebraskans from work place discrimination. Read more...

KHS "Rowdies" criticized at KPS board meeting

KEARNEY, Neb. (KGFW) – Monday night, our sons and daughters, who passionately comprise Kearney High School’s “Rowdies,” the student section at sports events, were subjected to five minutes of criticism by a Grand Island Public Schools social worker. Read more...

Polls vs. Social Media: Who's right?

We've seen the polls go from double digit leads for Clinton to neck-and-neck. The latest Fox News poll this morning had Hillary ahead by four points. Read more...

How do you keep people from voting? Move the polls!

The evermore left-leaning media, in this case the Associated Press, is NOW worried about hateful rhetoric and the impact it may have at the polls. Read more...

Shout out to KPD; And Ronald McDonald keeping it low

In a time when law enforcement is continually under attack by the media and members of their own communities I want to give a shout out to the Kearney Police Department for keeping our community, especially our kids, safe. Read more...

Dear Sam, there IS a "behavioral litmus test" for Husker Football

OWH writer Sam McKewon said in an article today that, "Nebraska's teams have always been a mixture of personalities, political beliefs, and life experiences. If there was a political or behavioral litmus test football prospects had to pass, Nebraska would finish roughly 2-10 each season." Read more...

Born to fight ISIS?

We hear of babies born en route to the hospital. How about while fighting ISIS? Read more...

Novak on Liberals