Two of the biggest winners in the recently adopted Republican school aid increase are Democratic-leaning districts in Dane County.
As chief dietary consultant and food preparation specialist in my domicile, I am responsible for the procurement of foodstuffs and other assorted provisions to ensure continuous familial sustenance within our humble abode.
Seems a bunch of folks are upset about Katy Perry’s outfit on a recent award show, saying it offends Asians.
Much of Bernie Hughes’ Nov. 22 commentary on “getting older” was useful and entertaining. However, one of his opening and oft-heard comments, “being alive is very much better than the alternative” requires a qualifier.
Last week, Gov. Scott Walker called for a special session at the beginning of December to extend the timeline he originally set to kick Wisconsinites off of BadgerCare. While it’s laudable that the governor sees the need to expand access to affordable health care, the fact is that people will still be getting kicked off BadgerCare.
Why have we made it possible, especially in recent years, to continue favoring the wealthy with our financial laws? The wealth spread grows wider and wider.
Hey Washington: Don’t bargain away our hard-earned Social Security benefits For all the talk about Social Security, one thing you never hear is the vital role it plays as an engine of the U.S. economy.
I don’t doubt Mary Burke would be a sound, thinking governor. She has a Harvard MBA, has run and guided a successful business, was State Commerce Department Secretary, and a school board member. And if she’s ultimately the Democratic Party candidate, I’ll certainly be on board.
Last week, the White House released a new report showing the critical need for Congressional passage of a new Food, Farm and Jobs Bill.
A highly respected federal appeals court judge has cast a dark cloud on Republican efforts to make it harder to vote.
As evidenced by a nearly 10-minute video of a late night legislative session in Madison, MSNBC anchor Rachael Maddow documented the incredible events that transpired to protect Wisconsin voters from fraud.
We have reached a critical junction in the course of our future. Our freedom and liberty are threatened at every turn as our leaders continue to strip constitutional powers from the states. This power grab by both parties at the national level has crippled this economy and set us up for a less than promising future.
Any time a new, large-scale program, such as the Affordable Care Act, is unveiled; fraudsters and identity thieves may try to take advantage of consumers who may not be familiar with the specifics of the program.
Some people are not happy about aging or growing old. They remember joys of their youth. No doubt about that, but we should shift our focus to what is good about still being alive. That can’t be debated. Being alive is very much better than the other option.
In response to the Nov. 19 letter, “Unreasonable objections to gun control,” the writer made the comment “I think most gun owners would not be averse to have some restrictions on who should be able to own guns or the capacity of magazines, even registering their weapons wouldn’t be a problem for most gun owners.