It’s in all parties’ interest to make the reality as good as the promise.
America’s infrastructure is old and decrepit by world standards.
Greater Beloit’s better-neighbors movement can be advanced by voters.
The status quo should not be acceptable for anybody.
This race falls into territory identified by that old saying, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
Two high quality candidates seek village president post.
Don’t trust partisans to have voters’ interests in mind for election rules.
Blame all around for the impasse over minimum wage.
The easy thing to do, the lazy thing, is to criticize the cops when crime statistics are uncomfortable.
Break the people’s confidence in free and fair elections and democracy is destroyed.
During pandemic Wisconsin is better off than Illinois, where unions can thwart policies.
State elected leaders, again, show they’re not up to the task.
The leader Greater Beloit needed, at a crucial time.
A wait and see attitude is the best approach to change.
Wasting precious time on the guy who isn't there.
All politics is local. Be responsible for cleaning it up here.
It has been the better part of a year since the federal government gave a green light to the Ho-Chunk Nation to build its proposed casino and …
The new year finds this community poised to continue progress.
Despite the great divide, Abrahamson earned her place in history.
With proper precautions, risk can be managed to benefit young minds.
Americans disrespect Congress because they should.
While aspects of the deal remain to be finalized, it’s not too early to cheer Beloit’s winning effort to preserve professional baseball.
Time to stop fanning the flames of resentment in Wisconsin.
Judicial independence stands out, sadly, because it’s so rare.
We've seen this before. Friction and feuding can wreck a school board.
A dark, despairing Thanksgiving? Only if we forget what it’s about.
Lie goes national, and adds to burden of local election heroes.
Divided government could work in the people’s favor.
Founders' greatest gift is freedom. With it comes responsibility.
In this difficult year, elections workers preserved our democracy.
When the fog clears, nonpartisan reforms should be on the table.
Decision-makers should be aggressively
The entire community will benefit from openness to cooperation.
Resist any temptation to make things harder for education.
Every four years the people hear politicians proclaiming the current election is the most important of their lifetimes, and maybe in the histo…
Gerrymandering works, and it’s intended to dilute the power of your vote.
This is not the time to ask voters for new spending.