This is not the time to ask voters for new spending.
Trust politicians with broader taxing authority? What could go wrong?
Forget what the politicians say. Watch what they do.
Beloit had ties to the late, great Gale Sayers.
Put more seats at the table on the topic of delivering public services.^p
Representative government should encourage, not discourage, open debate.
Lewis and King knew it’s about changing hearts and minds.
Showing the way to create and sustain a caring city.
Find a way to get through the current crisis first. ^p
Conventions 2020, the perfect antidote to sleeplessness. ^p
Public investment can help spur pride and development.
Don’t define every issue along partisan divide.
A spectacle of dysfunction on display in the Capitol.
The Constitution, not the White House, determines election scheduling.
Schools will be measured for order and academic success.
Beloit should keep police officers in the schools.
Body cameras only help when they’re on and working right.
This is what you get with partisan roles where they don’t belong.
Budget-builders should expect pressure on revenues.
Purity tests in politics create friction where none should exist.