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Socialism: Citizens share equally in economic resources as allocated by democratically-elected government. Read more

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We sent this letter to 3rd District Representative Adrian Smith and Sens. Ben Sasse and Deb Fischer and urge others to do the same.

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For decades, there were rumors in Hollywood that Disney was developing a sequel to 1988’s “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.” Set during World War II, “Roger Rabbit II: The Toon Platoon” would have featured Roger discovering that he was adopted and then setting off to find his birth parents. Unfortun…

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This is to wish Father Christ Kubat well in his new assignment in Tecumseh and St. Mary as well as the correctional center chaplain.

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There’s a growing sense of excitement and great cause to celebrate this time of year.

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There is something that has been sorely missing in the United States in the last decade — soaring rhetoric.

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I see we’re still doing that thing where we look at someone in a swimsuit and pretend we’ve accessed their full medical history and most recent blood panel.

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Selecting the right knitting needles means the difference between enjoying or being totally frustrated with your knit project. All knitting needles come in different sizes and shapes. Here are some tips when selecting knitting needles for your project.

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Only days ago, Russian foreign ministry officials were warning Finland about “retaliation” if its leaders applied to join NATO. Former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev spouted dire nuclear threats, and many Western pundits warned about the danger of further NATO expansion.

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I’ve never been a devoted “Star Trek” fan. I’ve seen a handful of episodes, but most of my knowledge comes from the “Star Trek” films produced by J.J. Abrams. And while others were delighting in “The Next Generation” of “Star Trek” adventures in the ’90s, I watched the original “Star Wars” t…

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Two weekends from now, the gates of large and small cemeteries across Tribland will swing wide to admit Memorial Day visitors clutching colorful bouquets and sweet memories of those they have loved and lost.

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Having family in Hastings and being a former congregant at St. Cecilia parish, I read the May 9 Hastings Tribune article: “STC graduates remember ‘good old days.’ “

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After the premiere of “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse Madness,” fans and critics speculate that Marvel has lost its edge and vision. This is nonsense. Marvel is far from running out of steam. “Shang-Chi” was magical, “Eternals” was bold, and “Spider-Man: No Way Home” was emotionally gratif…

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The Cook Report’s Amy Walter points out that whether former President Donald Trump takes another run at the Oval Office or not, the 2024 presidential election will have at least one unusual feature.

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It’s not every day a kid walks into the kitchen and says, “Did you know Grandpa is outside rollerblading?”

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Marriage is an excellent teacher on life — on how to live it and survive it and share it with someone you love.

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