by Jan Kenyon
A few weeks ago, I was in Washington D.C., and I noticed the local license plate motto, “No Taxation Without Representation.” With this negative, contentious political season in full swing, my cynicism kicked in, and I snorted a derisive laugh to myself.
by Joan Kent
Please don’t throw away your vote. I understand your frustration and desire for a better system, but not following Bernie’s advice to support Hillary will not accomplish anything you want.
by Susan Gesslein
While I strongly dislike politics, I have become even more disgusted with what is happening at the state and local level.
by Don Foy
When I was canvassing for Democratic candidates not long ago, one gentleman on whose door I knocked said, “I’m a Republican: free markets!”
by Ernst-Ulrich Franzen
State Attorney General Brad Schimel has been a stand-up guy when it comes to open government issues in Wisconsin since he took over the Department of Justice in 2015.
by Rob Danielson
No public discussion stands to affect our electricity costs and environmental goals more than the possible appeal of the Badger-Coulee transmission line decision.
by County Line
Elections matter! I remember just a few years ago, when I was new in the Kendall area and learning about the candidates running for the 50th Assembly seat, I found out about a candidate, Ed Brooks, who promised to bring “common sense” to Madison.