Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says he wants to “protect a free and vigorous debate” in Wisconsin.
WASHINGTON — There’s the cycle of poverty. There’s the cycle of violence. And then there’s the cycle of gun talk.
WASHINGTON — I never expected to write these words, but I miss Mitt Romney.
Home-office barbecuer and big Waukesha manufacturer both need financing
Snarled traffic at higher cost.
President Obama was right. He was right when, just a few hours after the horrible shooting in Oregon, he decried that such slaughters have become “routine.” He was even right, in a sense, when he defended politicizing the tragedy.
MONONA — The mass shooting at a community college in Roseburg, Oregon, is a tragedy.
Once again Thursday, President Obama stood before the nation and tried to provide both a personal and a policy perspective on yet another mass shooting in America.
U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Janesville, has publicly stated he has no interest in succeeding John Boehner, R-Ohio, as speaker of the House.
The trial of a Chicago cop who fired into a crowd in a dark alley, killing an innocent woman, ended on a disturbing note in April.
What can I do?
This State Journal editorial ran on Oct. 10, 1870:
TOWN OF SPRINGDALE — My wife and I were married July 12, 1997. Not a week later, our dream of starting a new life together was put on hold at the Immigration Office in Milwaukee.
Top lawmakers who want to weaken if not eliminate the nonpartisan Government Accountability Board should read Judge Gerald Nichol’s thoughtful suggestions.
APPLETON — People living near industrial silica sand facilities can breathe easier knowing a new, authoritative, peer-reviewed scientific study monitoring air quality at four frac sand facilities in northwestern Wisconsin has found these facilities have minimal impact on air quality in surro…
CHICAGO — Have you heard the news? Asians will displace Hispanics as the largest foreign-born group in the United States by 2055. I, for one, am thrilled — the pressure will be off.
It’s not too late. The Madison City Council could still reconsider the Judge Doyle Square project and actually begin ways to revitalize Downtown.
Fill in the caption with a clever quip by Wednesday and win publication of your line with the cartoon in next Sunday’s newspaper. You’ll also receive a signed print of the cartoon by artist Phil Hands.
Neighbors are upset about a day time homeless shelter that Dane County wants to create on East Washington Avenue.