Ron Reagan, Jr. is today's topic because he showed up in the middle of this week's Democratic presidential debate in a commercial for the Freedom From Religion Foundation. The late President's son is definitely not a chip off the old block!
After missing Monday with a thrown-out back, Rosie has a few comments he still needs to make about several topics that popped up over the past few days.
Minnesota football was one of the elite programs in college football until the late 60's but has taken a 50 year pause from greatness, much like Nebraska is rebuilding after an almost 20 year pause. But they are making strides to return to relevance.
He's not like any other President we've seen in the modern era of the Presidency, but Rosie says no one should be surprised.
A pro-Hong Kong democracy tweet by a Houston Rocket's executive has China taking action against the NBA and the NBA apologizing to China in an action that sparked controversy in the U.S. It's all about the money and Rosie illustrates how this is just how the Chi-coms do business.
Former Husker coach Bill Callahan is in the news after being named the Washington Redskins interim head coach, and that has Husker fans renewing their negative comments about his time here. But for all of the blame placed on Callahan for failing here, Rosie finds plenty of blame that can be spread around.
The University of Kansas is apologizing for a performance by Snoop Dogg after their annual scrimmage to kick off the men's and women's basketball season before a full house of families at Allen Fieldhouse. The show featured strippers poles, profanity and a money gun fired at the crowd. Hiring Snoop Dogg to perform at an event that draws families with kids? What could go wrong?
Long time Lincoln East football coach John Gingery buried his son, Travis, yesterday. School supporters from all over are showing their support for a man who had helped coach and guide students at the school for 35 years.
The NFL's practice of fining players for displaying personal messages or statements is to the point of being suffocating to players, even when their expressions are non-offensive.
Rosie argues the point following passage of a California law that will allow college athletes in that state to make extra money, in violation of NCAA rules.
California has passed legislation that will allow college athletes to make money from endorsements and other sources, flying directly in the face of NCAA rules. Rosie thinks it's long overdue.
Rosie explores the state of the Husker football after Saturday's turnover riddled 48-7 home loss to Ohio State.
What do college aged people think of impeaching President Trump? Some of it will make you roll your eyes, but Rosie says we shouldn't give up hope on the powerful millennial generation.
With the U.S. House considering an impeachment inquiry of President Trump, Rosie looks at some of the history of impeachment and some of the political fallout of an impeachment that could be expected for both major political parties.
Trump-haters in the U.S. House appear to be headed for an impeachment inquiry of President Trump, what Congressional action is being set aside while this sideshow unfolds.
Yesterday, a 16 year old Swedish girl delivered a dire address about the threat of global warming. While her passion appears to be real, is she being "used" by the environmental left.
When President Trump addresses the U.N. General assembly on Tuesday, he is expected to include comments about ending religious persecution worldwide. In an era where it seems religion is losing it's hold, Trump's comments could attract attention back to religion's role in lives worldwide.
Gardner Minshew is setting records as a rookie quarterback in just three games with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Yet another time, as Rosie points out, that he has proven his worth to those that didn't have faith in his talents.
In the U.S. Capitol there are two statues of prominent citizens from every state. Yesterday, Nebraska replaced a statue of William Jennings Bryan with one of Ponda Tribe Chief Standing Bear. Rosie explains why his story is a worthy representative for Nebraska.
Jack Hoffman is a young Husker fan who had the entire state behind him in his battle with pediatric brain cancer. A picture is making the rounds of Jack now playing junior high football and look how he has grown. Rosie talks about the beloved Jack Hoffman phenomenon among Husker fan in today's Rosiedidyaknowzie.