Morning links on Cyber FUNday!

CYberMondayDon’t know about your house, but in my house it was funny watching the kids try to wake up for school, completely confused about what day it is and what this “school” thing was of which I spoke.

To start you back up, here are some links with your coffee…

* There is a fella named The Don Walton who is the new sports columnist for the LJS. Go ahead and read his new Monday column.

We will talk a little more about a poll he mentions in the afternoon post.

* General Don Bacon has a new endorsement for his #NE02 bid…State Senator Dave Bloomfield from the South Sioux City area.

Interesting list of endorsements for Bacon…

State Senator Bloomfield joins former Nebraska Governor Kay Orr, Congressman Steve Russell (OK-5), Congressman Ryan Zinke (MT-00), Retired Lieutenant General Jerry Boykin, State Senator Beau McCoy, Omaha City Councilman Franklin Thompson, Bellevue Mayor Rita Sanders, Papillion Mayor David Black, La Vista Mayor Doug Kindig, Sarpy County Attorney Lee Polikov, Sarpy County Treasurer Rich James, Millard School Board Treasurer Mike Kennedy, Retired Gretna Mayor Tim Gilligan, Retired Sarpy County Sheriff Lieutenant Russ Zeeb, retired Sarpy County Election Commissioner Joyce Schram, Mr. Bryan Slone, the Associated Builders and Contractors, and the Concerned Women Political Action Committee in endorsing the candidacy of Don Bacon. 

* Seen at Saturday night’s Creighton basketball game at the Link: Governor Pete Ricketts and friend. (ICYWereWondering, State Patrol stationed at the top of the stairs, while Pete was in the second row, mid-court.)

* Donald Trump faced one of his first semi-serious “gaffes” about mocking a disabled reporter. So did The Donald back down and apologize? NO! He denied even knowing the guy or knowing about his disabilities!

See the full denial — and therefore slam at the reporter and the NYT, here.

* Scott Adams — he is the creator and illustrator of Dilbert — is following Trump’s campaign closely and admiring his communicative skills. Adams gives an example of what Trump’s big beautiful Wall, with a great big gate would look like. Think Gateway Arch meets Vegas meets Tijuana.

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What are they talking about?

GoodLife.jogAs we dive into this holiday week, let’s call this a Carl Curtis Open Comment Friday (because who doesn’t like Friday?).

As always, keep your comments clean and fair and, most importantly, interesting.

Live by the Jim Rome adage: Have a take, don’t suck.


Playing on both sides of the aisle

Rep. Brad Ashford is trying to keep the local Dems off his back by hammering national Republicans as much as possible, while voting with Congressional Republicans.

Tell the protestors about Governor’s refugee stance and they will no doubt hammer him as a racists anti-muslim bigot, or some such.

Read the local fishwraps and they note, “Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts joined more than half his fellow governors seeking a temporary halt to the resettlement of Syrian refugees in their states.”

Anything about Congressman Ashford’s vote in Congress — you know the one that will actually affect policy. Ah but Ashford runs it down the middle by knocking Donald Trump! “Hate is filling our airwaves!” Ashford piously intones.

Ashford’s playing a tricky game. Of course if Trump’s numbers go up in the District, expect to see statements about “understanding the anger he’s tapping into…”


What do THEY want to talk about?

Interesting discussion today with a legislative candidate who notes the topic he hears most from voters: Death Penalty? Property Taxes? Husker Running Game?


Well, there’s always those. But, #1?


People are STILL fascinated, and it ain’t sloughing off just yet.
Ted Cruz seems to be rising in Iowa — and there could be major issues for Trump regarding organizing for the caucuses — but Trump is still leading.

What do the MAJOR donors do?
The Washington Post says…nothing.

Plan A for GOP donors: Wait for Trump to fall. (There is no Plan B.)

Most of the party’s financiers and top strategists are sitting on the sidelines. Many are reluctant to spend money against Trump after watching others fumble as they tried to handle his counter-punches. Others, citing past elections, remain confident that the race will eventually pivot away from him early next year.

An interesting “plan”.

And history say’s they’re right.
But I heard peeps pretty excited about Marco Rubio’s recent reception in C.B. where around 100 people showed.

Which, don’t get me wrong, is good.

But Trump’s still getting thousands at his rallies.
It’s still a spectacle.
HE’s still a spectacle.

But what say you peeps?
Is he JUST a spectacle?

I’ll tell you right now, there are many, many oldsters — who vote en masse — who believe Trump is the only one who can save America.

What say you?
Yeah, YOU!


Still don’t like the fire/tear logo...

And for a little media hit for ya, here’s Ted Cruz’s first ad:



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More Marco Media

Senator Marco Rubio spoke at the Nebraska Republican Party’s Founder’s Day dinner last night.

As a service to you, the following is that speech pasted into a podcast on The Wheels Down Politics Show.

Photo courtesy of Tom Chappelear
Photo courtesy of Tom Chappelear

In this format, you can listen to it here in your browser, download it directly by clicking here, or you can download it onto your podcast player via iTunes.

You can also see a video of Rubio’s speech via Chip Maxwell’s original Periscope video — now via YouTube.



And, ICYMI, here are the two new Rubio ads up in Iowa now:

The second one is a better story, but I’m not sure I’m crazy about the “actor’s portrayal” of his dad walking into the house.

Seems like a number of still pics would have been better.


Here comes the Flood

While people were greatly impressed by Senator Rubio last night, the rave reviews are STILL coming in about the night’s emcee, former Unicameral Speaker Mike Flood.

A few of Flood’s (printable) zingers:

After a very tardy Governor Ricketts finally came into the room…

“Governor Ricketts is here. He’s been traveling a lot lately…”

On former State Senator, now U.S. Senator Deb Fischer…

“I was at a gas station in Norfolk. As I got out to pump gas, I hear on the radio that Senator Fischer was part of a group meeting w Benjamin Netanyahu. I thought, what the hell is happening? I’m pumping gas and Deb Fischer is meeting with the Prime Minister of Israel???”

On former State Senator, now Congressman, Adrian Smith…

“Adrian hates when I tell this story. Started in the Legislature and Langemeier comes up to me one day and says ‘Adrian and I are going to the juice bar later. Want to go?’ and I say, yeah I’m in. So I get in the car and Adrian’s driving and I think to myself, ‘Wow we’re actually going to do this and drive to Waverly!’ But next thing I know, we’re in downtown Lincoln at a smoothie place and these guys are excited about getting fruit smoothies. I thought, you guys might be a little too straight-laced for me.”

Flood was in full-on, I’m making jokes and I don’t care mode.

Either completely out of politics…or running for President.


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Marco Rubio’s #NEGOP Founder’s Day speech

You can watch Presidential candidate and U.S. Senator Marco Rubio’s entire Nebraska GOP Founder’s Day Speech from Monday, November 23, 2015, here:

Photo courtesy @JordanMcGrain
Photo courtesy @JordanMcGrain


This is Chip Maxwell’s Periscope video of the whole speech (just after the introduction by Senator Deb Fischer), which originally could be seen live on Periscope.

Enjoy, and download Periscope yourself to film and watch these things on your own.


Presidential politics in the Big O

Presidential candidate and U.S. Senator Marco Rubio was in Council Bluffs this afternoon.

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He will be ending his day at the Nebraska GOP Founder’s Day Dinner in La Vista along with Governor Pete Ricketts, U.S. Senator Deb Fischer, U.S. Senator Ben Sasse, U.S. Congressman Jeff Fortenberry, U.S. Congressman Adrian Smith and Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert.

Not sure if there are tickets still available, but you can give it a whirl at


Thompson for Bacon

Omaha City Councilman Franklin Thompson endorsed Don Bacon for Congress today.

Franklin Thompson and Don Bacon

Thompson said:

“There are three things to know about Don Bacon.  First, as the former Commander of Offutt, there is no one better able to represent our interests regarding the second largest employer in the Omaha metro area.  Second, being a former two-time base commander is essentially like being a Mayor.  He has dealt with everything from snow removal to law enforcement to infrastructure redevelopment.  Thus, Don Bacon is well positioned to identify and understand the needs we see in our district.  Lastly, men and women like Don Bacon live by a creed – they never leave anyone behind. As our next Congressman, Don Bacon will continue to live by this creed as a leader who will fight for all our citizens in the Second District.”


Screen Shot 2015-11-23 at 12.58.00 PMCNNNE

I suppose when the holidays are coming up, you take whomever you can. But CNN’s State of the Union took the former Nebraskans nearly to 11, with both Chuck Hagel and Bob Kerrey on Sunday.

Both were talking ISIS. Kerrey said, “You will not defeat ISIS without troops on the ground” — and then questioned whether it could be “too expensive” to accomplish. (Really? It’s a dollar question?)

Screen Shot 2015-11-23 at 12.52.44 PMWell, you can see why he was run out of the New School on a rail. Being a war-monger don’t cotton in Greenwich Village.


An early thanks

U.S. Senator Deb Fischer has her Thanksgiving message up a few days early.
You can see it here:


Just in case you Lincolnites were wondering…

FWIW, here’s a non-sequitur in Don Walton’s LJS column this morning:

* Lou Ann Linehan will help select military veterans who receive fellowships to work in offices on Capitol Hill awarded by the nonpartisan Vet Voice Foundation.

Ooooookay? Looks like Don has picked his horse in the potential West Omaha legislative matchup between Pat Borchers and Bill Armbrust…and potentially Linehan?

Well, one would imagine that they only way those voters are seeing that story is…here.


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Stamping it with the Crane Seal

Ride the steam train through the Nebraska Alps!

You say every day is a Carl Curtis Open Comment Friday?

Well, because of the somewhat lax enforcement of rules in the comments section, you are probably correct.

But that doesn’t mean we can’t laud Senator Curtis anyway, so comment on!

In the mean time…


Sign and Drive

Governor Ricketts officially signed on to the letter to the White House saying “review the procedures for letting in Syrian refugees, and in the mean time stop letting them in“.

You don’t have to go far to find criticism of this stance (frankly if you’re on The Facebook, pretty much 75% of it these days is Syrian Refugee Talk. The other 60% seems to be about pugs…).

But the fact is that the polls show that a strong majority of Americans agree with this stance. (And the Washington Post‘s Callum Borchers expands upon this idea.)

A good chunk of this is that Americans have come to realize that the federal government screws up pretty much anything it touches. And if they can’t give a clear method of clearing refugees, then how can you trust anything else?

Of course there’s also the strong argument that we have already crossed that bridge as enemies have already crossed the border. But that isn’t exactly an argument against fixing any further gaps.

Oh, but there will be PLENTY of those who will scowl down at you and scold you that, “we’re better than that“…without providing any better solutions.


Gotta love that snow-capped peak in the background…

Of course the coolest thing about the Governors’ letter?

The letterhead:

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As these things go, Louisiana clearly wins the day in the design category.

Just for the heck of it, I’ll go on record that Nebraska should change the logo to something clearly Sandhill Crane related that would stand out.

I will take submissions from those artistically motivated.


Take THAT Yale and Mizzou!

Well, the University of Nebraska Lincoln students now get to yell, “Us too! Us too!


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What makes him mad?

Screen Shot 2015-11-19 at 1.03.01 PMIn her weekly media call on Thursday afternoon, Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer said President Obama was out of line for calling out Republicans on the ISIS debate.

She noted that she has been flooded with communications from Nebraskans to take a pause on letting in more Syrian refugees until the process can be reviewed. And she notes that U.S. safety is the #1 concern of the federal government.

As some have noted, President Obama showed some anger the other day after the Paris bombings.

Though not about the bombers.

Oh, he may have been made about them too.  But what he really showed his scorn for was Republicans who think that there should be a better review for potential terrorists that try to take advantage of the current Syrian refugee situation.

Now THAT got the President’s ire up.
That’s curious, eh?

(And btw, you can knock Trump, but HE’s the one who jumped on that point…)


…and taking names…

And speaking of angry Democrats, don’t miss the story about the Hillary Clinton campaign calling up Los Angeles’s Laugh Factory to order them to take down (from YouTube) the comic routines that made jokes at Hillary’s expense.

Oh, and they also demanded the names and phone numbers of all of the comics involved.

Now friends, THAT is who Hillary Clinton IS.
When she was working on the Watergate investigation, she was clearly taking notes.

(“Hmmm. ‘Enemies List’. Got it…“)


Rearranging deck chairs

Hearing about the positioning of state Senators in the Unicameral on the prison debate.

One onlooker noted that the ombudsman’s report on the Tecumseh riot was…bizarre. They noted that it was full of opinion, repeating stances and even and couple of pages on the group that investigated the Titanic.

I always wonder if creative writing majors type up these things — and I’m thinking back to that Franklin Committee report that quoted Shakespeare, among other things. These are supposed to be scholarly reference documents. The goal isn’t to see if the author can get their next novel published.


Jacqueline EideGive a smile in the comments if you get it…

I’m not even going to get into the latest Erniegram — that seemed to take pains to quote OWH humor writer Brad Dickenson.

Not clear if State Senator Chambers is aware of that.

And completely unrelated, but worth noting in this humor section, KMTV Tweeted that the Henry Doorly Zoo is preparing Thanksgiving Day treats for the animals.

That is all…


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Mean words? Call the cops!

CrazyPillsThere’s an argument that if you were in a no-media bubble for 3 or 4 years, and had no information about what was going on in the world, and then had to guess whether the President was Republican or Democrat, you would have a difficult time figuring it out.

Are things really THAT different in your everyday life? (You are free to give examples one way or another. Sort of interesting…)

But then there are things that Bubble Man would read in 2015 and say, “What planet am I on exactly?”

Case in point:

Lincoln student suspended after calling girl ‘terrorist’

Not reprimanded.
Not made to stay after school.
Not tell the girl he is sorry or maybe write a paper on world religions.

Oh, and then there’s this:

…the male student was identified, suspended and referred to student services after school officials contacted police.


The police! All because a high school kid is walking past another high school kid and says, “Look, there’s a terrorist.”

That’s it. That’s the “offense”.
And Allah help him if he had called her a “Hot Terrorist”.
That would have gotten him expelled and sent to a re-education camp.
(Don’t laugh.)

This, friends, is what is happening…in Nebraska!

So you want to know why Donald Trump can suggest closing down places of worship and his poll numbers go UP?

THIS is why.
THIS overreaction.
THIS PC nutso community we have established where the local authorities are alerted when a kid tells a JOKE that didn’t hurt ANYONE.

Was it mean? Probably. Maybe.
Did it hurt her feelings? Apparently so.
But THAT is what gets a kid kicked out of school?
That’s how we are using the tax-payer dollars and law enforcement’s valuable time?

Oh, but don’t worry. The newsies tell us…

The disturbance is the only anti-Muslim incident reported to Lincoln police so far this year.

“Anti-muslim”! You got that? Make a joke and now you’ve committed an “anti-Muslim incident.” Not an “inappropriate remark”. Not an “immature statement”. Not an “internal school issue that has been handled.” It’s an Anti-Muslim Incident.

Oh, and they’re keeping track.

Bubble Man just crawled back into his bubble.


Running the state like a business

Following the Cabela’s situation in Sidney…

It was always rumored that one of the big donors to Ending Spending, the Joe Ricketts PAC that pummelled Jon Bruning in the Senate race, was billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Singer.

And it has always been assumed that Paul Singer was and is very tight with the entire Ricketts clan. Singer was part of the GOP billionaire “War Council” which was hooking up on certain issues important to them (Singer is now Marco Rubio guy). And word is that Singer is now also involved with Todd Ricketts on certain political issues.

So it is curious that Governor Pete Ricketts never mentioned a direct relationship with Singer in the OWH story on it — and notes that he hasn’t talked to anyone at Cabela’s in two-and-half weeks.*

One would think that in a situation that would devastate Sidney, Nebraska and the outlying communities, Ricketts would be burning up the phones with Singer and the Cabela’s people, using every advantage he has with them.

Then again, maybe the fact that Singer invested so heavily in Ricketts’ victory, that he feels he doesn’t need to take any of Pete’s calls?

There is a major danger that with Singer’s hedge fund taking over Cabela’s, they will take the money and run — and have another major company leaving Nebraskans high and dry.

Hopefully some of these business relationships that we have always been told are so crucial will come in handy.

* And am I the only one that thinks it is strange the way the OWH characterized the “conflict” when they said, “Ricketts told The World-Herald on Tuesday it was ‘absolutely not’ a conflict to advocate for Cabela’s.”

Why would the state’s Governor have a conflict advocating for a company and the citizens? Wouldn’t the conflict be if he were siding against Nebraska by siding with the controlling hedge fund?

Now the conflict could of course be that Ricketts is going to give away the farm to Cabela’s management in order to keep them in Nebraska — and he’s only doing that because of his relationship — and that’s bad for Nebraska taxpayers.

And then there’s the question of whether or not the family is actually invested with Singer.

As some have suggested, a hot mess all the way around…


Estevez, Sutherland, Phillips…Bacon

Nebraska Republican 2nd District Congressional candidate Don Bacon was added to the NRCC’s “On the Radar” candidates list for the“Young Guns” program.

According to the NRCC…

The Young Guns program supports and mentors challenger and open-seat candidates in races across the country. Officially an NRCC effort for the past three election cycles, the program requires its candidates to work towards specific goals and meet benchmarks throughout the year to ensure their campaigns remain competitive, well-funded and communicative within their districts. “On the Radar” is the first of three levels in the Young Guns program. In the 2014 election cycle, the program helped to elect 45 new Republican Members to the 114th Congress.

…just in case anyone was under the impression that the NRCC was going to sit back and watch Brad Ashford in spelling bees.


I’ll stand down by the door

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Don’t have to live like a refugee

Ricketts-Branstad 01Governor Pete Ricketts joined a growing group of Governors — including Iowa Governor Terry Branstad — in making an effort to stop Syrian refugees from settling in Nebraska until a clear plan for weeding out potential terrorists is enacted.

It makes basic sense: You have a people from a specific country with a very real terrorist threat who want to enter the U.S. And it looks like that threat actually took place in France. So is it really that unreasonable to say the U.S. isn’t just going to open their doors to any and everyone?

Well some of the usual suspects are raising a stink.

For instance, the OWH reports that the ACLU of Nebraska and Iowa chimed in:

The ACLU of Iowa called Branstad’s decision “morally and legally wrong.” And the ACLU of Nebraska said the governors’ “efforts to block refugee resettlement in their states blames refugees for the very terror they are fleeing.”

So, a few things…

First, isn’t the ACLU supposed to be fighting for the rights of AMERICANS? Last time I checked, the people of Syria are specifically NOT that. And why are they even involved in an issue of whether or not a certain group can enter the U.S?

And while they may be correct that the Governors are not legally correct in their bid to thwart the Federal government, that’s the Obama Administration’s fight — not the ACLU’s.

And while we’re at it, where do they get off declaring what is and what is not morally correct? According to whose morals? Theirs? They are supposed to be about upholding the Constitution of the United States. Now they’ve slid off to declaring Governors immoral for not wanting un-reviewed Syrians in their state.

Thanks for butting out ACLU.


Hour of Power

Kevin Williamson of National Review (one of my favorite NR writers — very straight forward, clever, intelligent and generally cuts through the crap) wrote an article today about the future of the Republican party — particularly regarding the GOP Presidential candidates. Aside from the two leaders, Trump and Carson, Williamson is very optimistic.

(I guess we will have to re-gauge his optimism if either of the leaders makes it through…)

But before even getting to the Prez candidates, Williamson notes that he was at the William F. Buckley, Jr. Program’s Fifth Annual Conference on “The Future of Free Speech” at Yale University on November 6th.

Giving the keynote address at the program was Yale grad, U.S. Senator Ben Sasse.

A Yale student wrote up Sasse’s speech, noting…

Sasse is particularly concerned about the future of American higher education, which he says is becoming increasingly bureaucratized as young people are indiscriminately advised to pursue a college degree. Meanwhile, 18- to 22-year-olds are unprepared to do meaningful work and stay at a single firm for more than a few years.

“I believe that what we’re doing is very accidentally creating and extending adolescence into an age of dependency,” Sasse explains, “that creates a kind of sheltered young adults that don’t understand very much at all about the world and that probably come and protest like you heard today.”

You may note that this speech was given after the Halloween Costume Email events that took place at Yale recently.

I was looking for a version of Sasse’s speech — wondering why it hadn’t gone up earlier.

It could have been because Sasse’s speech is…63 minuutes long!
Holy crap! That’s Bill Clinton territory.

Well, here is what Williamson, a little more seasoned that the Yale student, had to say:

Senator Sasse is in possession of a living mind open to original thought, and he has spent part of his first year in the Senate thinking seriously about what the Senate really is, what it does, and what it should do. That sounds like the sort of thing that everybody in Washington ought to be doing, and maybe it is, but there isn’t to my knowledge anybody in elected office doing it with the intelligence and rigor that Senator Sasse applies to his job.

So if you have an hour to kill, here is Senator Sasse’s FULL speech at Yale earlier in the month.

If you watch the whole thing, give your thoughts.


Guess it’s a good thing he’s not on “Intelligence”

A-member how dumb Dan Quayle was because he read a notecard that put an “e” on the end of potato.

And remember how every time former Republican Rep. Lee Terry crossed the street, there was a reporter nearby to record what he may or may not have said.

Well, then you’ve no doubt seen Democrat Rep. Brad Ashford attempting to spell the name of one of the most important committees in Congress, right?


Well, here you go:

I’m fairly sure that had this been Lee Terry, it would have been a 3-week story, with a side-investigation and a call for impeachment.

But there you go.

Tuesday Morning Links

Phony JerryThere will be a noon/1pm post as well, but first some Morning Links!

Dr. Ben Carson makes a great point:

“I find it interesting that they’re willing to use the term ISIS, because the ‘I’ in ISIS is ‘Islamic.'”

Isn’t the Obama Administration’s whole point that ISIS doesn’t represent real Islam?

Well,  if you missed it, be sure to see this Facebook post about the confusion facing the Islamic Jihadists…




Declining Mob

The Washington Post reports that Jeb Bush is telling supporters that by next GOP debate, “Trump will be in decline.

Well, could be.

Then again, here was Trump in Tennessee…

For a guy in decline, that’s some crowd.


You know, how people say, He’s Bad, means he’s good!

And U.S. News and World Report hits the continuing Rubio-Cruz spat:

Marco Rubio’s campaign is now calling Ted Cruz a “phony.”

But hey, maybe he meant it as a compliment!
You know, like, “Man that Michael Jordan is so phony!



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