“Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania” is a work of nonfiction. Often with a work of nonfiction, there is the accusation that some of it has been fictionalized.
Computers have made examining government records easier than ever. The smallest townships across Wisconsin post the meeting agendas and minutes online. And websites for government agencies at all levels contain an enormous amount of other information.
This book is very loosely based on a true story (history) using “alternative facts.” For example, Thomas Jefferson writes the foreword.
Recently I came across an old Mike Royko column (he wrote for the Chicago Tribune until his death in 1997) called “A Tale of Two States.”
The five-hour Industrial Ag in the Driftless conference, which was held Jan. 20 in Boscobel, Wis., offered many important takeaways.
By LARRY BALLWAHN | Wilton
Joan William’s book “White Working Class” is a readable (134 clearly written pages) explanation of the current state of the real “middle class” in America.
You awoke a sleeping giant, Mr. Trump. Your misogyny, your wanton disregard for the norms of our society, the extreme corruption of your billionaire appointments to positions of power, your egregious lies — all of that has spurred millions of women to resist you.