Dave is editor emeritus of The Capital Times.
When it comes to environmental protection — or more accurately, destruction — departed EPA head Scott Pruitt and Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel are two peas in a pod.
Several gofundme accounts have been set up to help the family of Fire Capt. Cory Barr, who died in Tuesday's gas explosion, and other victims of the disaster. It's a chance to help our neighbors.
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision that public employees can't be required to pay their fair share of union costs to win them raises is another assault on the middle class. No wonder the wealth gap keeps widening.
Many people no doubt missed the role that hedge funds played in the downfall of the iconic toy company, which left 33,000 workers without jobs.
Martin Luther King knew that whites' insistence on civility usually stymied civil rights and that it was not until there was some disruption that people, including President John F. Kennedy, started taking notice.
Imagine what the GOP would be saying had Barack Obama met with North Korea's dear leader, saluted a cadre of his generals and proclaimed him to be a good man.
The state and federal governments have got to stop using climate change as some kind of political punching bag, admit it's for real and start addressing ways to combat it.
That Mr. Evjue was prescient in warning about a dictatorship of wealth was exemplified earlier this month when the Seattle, Washington, city council — bowing to pressure from Amazon.com and other corporate giants —voted to repeal a "head tax" it had enacted a few weeks earlier to raise money to help the homeless and build affordable housing in the city.