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I am not about to argue that we never have just two choices. We all know that some people chew ice and some don’t.
Why is Rep. Loren Oldenburg, R-Viroqua, holding a listening session mid-weekday in a bar with no virtual option?
Raye Walz lied to me in writing with regard to fall sports! I was unable to attend the board meeting in the fall when this decision was made.
We have only one statewide race in our spring elections. This is for who leads our public education systems here in Wisconsin for the next four years.
We have the opportunity to do something groundbreaking for rural Wisconsin — and here’s how we can make it happen.
Response to Don Foy:
Your last sentence in your letter is, “I don’t see how a person can be an immigrant-hating, gun-waving, gay-bashing Trump supporter and call him or herself Christian.” The First Amendment gives you the right to put out that statement.
I’m usually skeptical when someone who’s not a Christian explains to someone who is what Christian behavior ought to be. It’s like a conscientious objector telling a soldier what he or she should have done in battle.
For the 15th consecutive year, the Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council is presenting its Openness in Government Awards, or Opees, recognizing outstanding achievement in the cause of transparency.