Kleeb works to transform Nebraska, a December 19, 2009, article in the Lincoln, Nebraska, newspaper of record, the Lincoln Journal Star.

3 thoughts on “Progressivism”

  1. I ran into the Nebraska Appleseed Center when I was doing research for underlying progressive connections to a religious organization I was curious about. The way these progressive groups network remind me of a snake pit; all wriggling, contorting, and intertwining. It is a scary and ugly thing to see!

    1. Hello Michaela,
      Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by the site and for making a comment. It seems like it would be impossible to avoid Appleseed in conducting such research. Unfortunately, there are some single issue groups who have regularly engaged in joint and group efforts with them and other progressive entities, all of which adds up to some bad public policy and bolstering the progressives’ credibility.

      I’d be interested in anything you have to share on the topic, if you have a mind to do so. You can use the contact form.


  2. I am thinking that Trumbull’s Declaration of Independence might by more appropriate than the Michelangelo Moment Of Creation

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