The city of Madison is suggesting property owners buy a $70 per year insurance policy to help pay for sanitary sewer line repairs on private property.
I have a friend who wondered aloud on Facebook whether it was weird for her to be excited about the purchase of a new vacuum cleaner. There can be only one answer to an outrageous question like this — H-E-double toothpicks, no!
You can keep your policies and your doctors if you like them — period. A recent Wall Street Journal article states the Obama Administration knew in 2010 those promises could not be kept.
While attending Bentleyville Tour of Lights for nearly five years, I have had the honor to view the enlightenment received by individuals of all ages and experience the various upgrades that have taken place.
We are now seeing the results of Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act, as liberals like to call it.
According to research conducted in a recent study and cited on the CBS News website, baby boomers are in poorer health than their parents’ generation.
How many exceptionally great Americans could you name? Author Peter Drieier researched, selected and wrote who he and a host of others, believed to be the 100 Greatest Americans of the 20th Century.
In a September opinion piece, economist Dean Baker, co-founder of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, discusses new Congressional Budget Office projections showing Medicare spending will be much less costly than previously thought.
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.