Author Archives: Ed Stevens

About Ed Stevens

retired geezer; paleo-crypto-apocalypto-reactio-conservative; I have no interest in and no time for facile "compromise" or "coming together" - the difference between right and wrong is pretty clear. I'd rather be carried from the field on my shield than wind up polishing the armor of my enemies.

Moving Day!

As of the above date, this blog has been moved to a new URL. The move was necessary because I am adding some new features/functions and my old host just didn’t have the horsepower to accomplish my goal(s). Check back soon … Continue reading

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Lincoln Journal-Star, Hadley and the Filibuster

While no one should be surprised these days by the Lincoln JournalStar’s unnatural and deeply disturbing affection for liberal miscreancy, this time Dame LJS has bent so far to the left she can see up her own skirts. An editorial … Continue reading

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Back To The Future

George Washington was not a fan of political parties. He believed strongly that factionalism, from whatever quarter, was a pernicious, even corrosive, influence on the new nation’s politics. A whiff of his disdain for the sordid machinations of political parties … Continue reading

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One House Legislature … One Horse Government

George W. Norris Nebraskans are a peculiar lot; perhaps because we lack soaring mountains, or miles of white sand beaches, or even forested expanses (Halsey and J. Sterling Morton notwithstanding), we are obliged to take pride in somewhat less splashy … Continue reading

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The game’s afoot …

  I spent a couple of hours recently at a confab billed as “Unicameral Prowess 101”, the ostensible purpose of which was to learn how to contact and influence state senators. The affair was sponsored by a distinctly right-leaning group … Continue reading

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Generations Pass Away But Earth Abides Forever (Ecclesiastes 1:4)

Back in 1949 a science fiction author named George Stewart wrote a novel called “Earth Abides”, in which some global horror or another (I forget exactly what it was – been a long time ago) pretty much wiped out humanity … Continue reading

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The Unicameral’s Magical Mystery Tour

In April of 2013, Senator Ernie Chambers and, later, Senator Paul Schumacher introduced Legislative Resolution 155 into the Unicameral. It’s stated intent, buried among a whole mess of “Whereas’s” and “Therefore’s” was  to create a special committee to conduct a … Continue reading

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