The people here are lovely, but sometimes the politics get frustrating. I'm not a huge fan of how conservative the state is, but everyone's entitled to their opinion. The unicameral is definitely interesting, and carries its own benefits and harms--overall I'd say I'm a fan of it, though.
The real problems come from the political strongmen who try to just do as they please. For example, Pete Ricketts, our governor, whose veto of this repeal was overridden, is still trying to execute all of the prisoners who have received the death penalty. Currently, the Nebraska ACLU is exposing him for trying to illegally buy lethal injections from India (against FDA regulations).
A smaller example comes from my city's City Council members. Lincoln was actually going to be one of the first cities to have Google Fiber, but Time Warner has a contract with the city for exclusive rights to certain markets--which would be fine, but several of our City Council members have either received huge campaign donations from TWC, or are actually ex-employees of TWC, which is definitely frustrating, since their connections are taking precedence over the good of the people.
Overall, though, I love my state and my city. It's certainly flawed, but we've been getting progressively more accepting as time goes on, which is something I can be proud of. We have a long way to go, but I think we're on our way.