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Travel Blogs from Kearney
We took a last-minute swing through Kearney and spoke to a classroom full of students at the University of Nebraska-Kearney.
They had tremendously thoughtful questions and it was a pleasure to discuss issues with them. One student said a relative had been in the United States -- legally -- from Switzerland for ...
... stand together on battling back against President Obama's "war on coal." I also share their concerns about governmental overreach and sky-high taxes, both of which are interfering with their ability to continue to fulfill their mission, as they have been doing for us since the 1930s.
Want to thank the NREA members for what they do, and encourage them to (1) keep it up, and (2) vote for me for the U.S. ...
The Beef State! That's who we are in Nebraska. I'm a beef producer myself, in my agribusiness ventures with my family. So it was great to be with the Nebraska Cattlemen, the leading members of one of our state's leading industries, in Kearney. Had an opportunity to give a brief speech, and met quite a few people. We have a real meeting of the minds on the key issues of the day and it would be an honor to represent these Nebraskans in the U.S. Senate. Appreciated the ...
In Kearney for an invigorating discussion on the issues with a group of Kearney business leaders. The topic of overregulation came up several times. Limiting undue interference from governmental agencies is high on my to-do list once Nebraska voters send me to the U.S. ...
Stopped in Kearney to attend the Gateway Farm Expo, which is a huge event. I was so impressed by the exhibits about ag tech! What creativity and enterprise. It was exciting. Attended an informative session on ethanol, met with supporters, and had a couple of good interviews. Great ...
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