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Nebraska
Greetings and Welcome.

Derived from the Native American word nebrathka meaning flat water,
the prairies discovered on this land inspired writers such as Willa Cather and Bess Streeter Aldrich,
and has been home to the good life for many years.

We are fortunate to live in a country where so many step up to defend the ideals we hold dear.
To all our veterans I offer my most grateful thanks for the service you have given to our state and this nation.
-- Dave Heineman

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Nebraska contains 12 nations, the 1,062nd most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Gambling Industry in Nebraska

The World Census tailed known underworld figures in order to determine which nations have the largest gambling industries.

As a region, Nebraska is ranked 7,635th in the world for Largest Gambling Industry.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Queen's State of TutuilauAnarchy“Home”
2.The Colony of Calebs Haven IXNew York Times Democracy“Long live Emperor Caleb”
3.The Queen's State of WesmorelandAnarchy“Sweet Business”
4.The Queen's State of EagaoNew York Times Democracy“State Supported Freedom”
5.The Free Land of New NebraskaNew York Times Democracy“Equality before the law.”
6.The Queen's State of CabrasLeft-Leaning College State“Seeking World Peace, Yeah Right”
7.The Commonwealth of United States Of NebraskiaAnarchy“The good life”
8.The Queen's State of Treadstone71Moralistic Democracy“Defending thy honor”
9.The Queen's State of MulattoaRight-wing Utopia“For Peace”
10.The Queen's State of HyndInoffensive Centrist Democracy“From where to where”
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Nebraska Regional Message Board

NEW DEBATE/POLL FROM THE WORLDLY DEBATE REGION.

This is week one of our three-part debate series on Globalization. There are three kinds of Globalization:

Political Globalization- the heightening of influence nations can have over the domestic policies of other nations, like the UN or NAFTA or NATO.

Social Globalization- the spreading of ideas, through literature and music and culture to other countries.

Economic Globalization- the spreading of goods, services, labor, and capital to other countries.

The line between them can be gray, but we're asking everyone to stay on the topic of specifically POLITICAL Globalization this week, so if you have any questions about distinctions, just let us know in the RMB and we'll answer them! :)

Don't forget to vote! And don't forget to bicker! ;)

This is week two of our three-part debate series on Globalization. this week we're debating Social Globalization. Social Globalization is the spreading of ideas, through literature,music, culture, etc to other countries.

Some view it positively, looking at the ever expanding array of books, music, and art as a good thing. Others view it negatively, viewing it a loss to one's national culture.

What do you think? Come to the Worldly Debate Region to vote and post to your heart's content. Good luck!

worldy debate region

This is the last week of our three-part debate series on Globalization. This week we're debating Economic Globalization. Economic Globalization is the spreading of goods/services, labour, and capital to other countries.

Some view it positively, seeing it as a war deterent. a way to lower prices, among other things. Others view it negatively, seeing it as becoming economically dependent on other countries, a detriment to the health of workers, among other things.

What do you think? Come to the Worldly Debate Region to vote and post to your heart's content. Good luckworldly debate region

This week in Worldly Debate Region, we're debating foreign aid. This is a topic typically steeped in heavy support and mild dissent. Foreign aid will be broken into two parts: humanitarian aid (food, water, shelter, etc) and financial aid (funding to be used at the receiving governments discretion or for specific projects).

Should YOUR country help impoverished countries? Do these forms of aid BENEFIT the countries that receive them anyway? In the RMB, feel free to specify the conditions you would impose on countries receiving aid, different ways to help other countries, etc.

Let the bickering begin!
region=worldly_debate_region#poll

Hey you guys!
We're discussing

Obamacare, Medicare, and Medicaid. Some people support these programs without question. Others are skeptical, and would completely privatize them. What are your thoughts? What should tax payers value? Are there better alternatives?
At the very least, please vote here in the Worldly Debate Region. But remember, 9/10 doctors (from Marxist Debater anyway) recommend posting in another region's RMB to starve off scurvy. So make sure you do.

Feel free to join us! :)

Hi! Are there any fellow native Nebraskans here?

I clicked the wrong option on a National policy issue by accident and now Iím a commie. Iíve brought shame

Hello all! So, anyone else here think the CWS sucks baseballs?

New Nebraska wrote:Hi! Are there any fellow native Nebraskans here?

Not "native", but been here in Omaha for 14 years.

I was born in Lincoln, Nebraska, lived in Beatrice, Nebraska for a while, then I moved to Gretna, Nebraska. I canít imagine living anywhere else.

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