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Invited to plug my Blog


Regular Member
Jun 11, 2006
Horse Thief, New Mexico
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I had been aware of this site for some time but had never posted. The other day I made the previous post to this one, about open carry in Lincoln, Nebraska.

One of the posters jpierce graciously welcomed me to the site and I thank you for that. jpierce also invited me to plug my blog here as well.

Since he has the title of Administrator after his monniker I will most certainly oblige.

From the Heartland will be two years old at the end of July and it has been a worthwile project that I try to post to at least once a week. I used to post everyday but that gets old after awhile and one can only write so much original material that frequently.

I have noted so many blogs seem to recycle what everyone else is saying with all of the appropriate links. I don't have a problem with that, but I have tried to keep my posts my own original material, but I do link to other blogs when it is pertinate to what I want to say.

Not everything I write about is firearms related. Here is what I have posted in the content box in the upper right corner;

This is my Soap box, I express my often politically incorrect opinions about firearms and other Nebraska related topics on these pages.

I appreciate the opportunity to plug my work and if anyone has any questions about the state of things firearm in the Cornhusker State I will try to give the best response.

Thanks again


John Pierce

Staff member
May 5, 2006
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Great blog!

Anytime you want to post a link to an article here, you are most welcome. We have a lot of Virginia and Tennessee members, but the heartland contingent is growing :D Having someone who is plugged into the political and legal landscape in Nebraska is a great resource.