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  1. Immigration Ban

    Well, California has a very large economy, so debt numbers will always seem high without context. For example, California's combined state and local debt is $426.1 billion and their Gross State Product (GSP, equivalent to gross domestic product for a country) is $2847.6 billion, which gives a debt-to-income ratio of 15.0%. In comparison, Nebraska has a combined state and local debt of only $18.9 billion and GSP of $122.9 billion, which gives a debt-to-income ratio of 15.4%. So California and Nebraska have about the same debt burden when you account for the size of their economies. And if you want to compare per capita, California has 39.8 million people for $10953.73 debt per person; while Nebraska has 1.9 million people for $9947.37 debt per person. Or about $1000 more person for California, which doesn't seem like a whole lot.
  2. Trump Domestic Policy - Budgets, etc

    I'm not sure I agree completely. Yes, Trump is mostly doing this as vendetta against the The Washington Post, which is very much in line with Putin. But the lack of transparency in the Amazon-Post Office deal should raise concerns, from the link: I don't trust either Trump or Jeff Bezos, so while I think we should continue to push back on Trump for his attacks against the media and his vendetta-driven agenda, we should also not assume the other side is innocent or without fault. If Trump had wanted to end the deal because of its lack of transparency, then I'd be ok with that reasoning. (Although Trump's actions have already made clear that's not why he's against the deal.)
  3. Best Win of the Pelini Era

    I'm glad they're all gone.
  4. The Environment

    So... how much money did he get from the oil and gas industry?
  5. Best Win of the Pelini Era

    That game and the Pelini bros reaction after that game summed up the Bo era pretty well.
  6. Noah Vedral Transferring to Nebraska

    But Newell had a good spring from all accounts - why do you think he'd leave?
  7. The Republican Utopia

    FYI, turns out 666 was a mistranslation, the number of the beast is actually 616: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/this-britain/revelation-666-is-not-the-number-of-the-beast-its-a-devilish-616-5349692.html
  8. Anybody know what the Tunnel Walk surface is made of and/or its texture? I'd think cleats would be slippery on smooth concrete.
  9. Spring Practice Notes

    I mean, what else do you say as a coach? No need to give anything other than optimism until at least fall camp starts.
  10. End of Net Neutrality

    I agree.
  11. Best Win of the Pelini Era

    Yeah, the shutout of Arizona came right after the close loss to Texas and also was the last game of the season allowing great off-season optimism. Pelini never got close to that again.
  12. Worst Loss of the Riley Era

    I voted for the NIU loss, but Minn last season is the correct answer. And with the benefit of hindsight, this is the truly correct answer: Or possibly October 4, 2012
  13. End of Net Neutrality

    I don't think that has anything to do with Net Neutrality since a state can pass a law like that regardless, but I could be wrong.
  14. End of Net Neutrality

    I'm in favor of Net Neutrality, but what you're saying here isn't true. The government is not charging fees or deciding what's offensive.
  15. Dems Rebuild

    I don't always agree with Kyle Kulinski, but I agree with him on how dumb the Dems are about the economy and campaigning/messaging:
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