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Our Views: Save schools from the city's budget woes

Asking the Janesville School District to fork over more money to pay for five liaison officers is a tempting way to reduce the city's estimated $1 million shortfall.

But the city council shouldn't do it.

The school district already...

Your Views: Feingold no friend of military or the unborn
Throughout his 24 years as a Washington politician, Russ Feingold has taken some extreme positions.
Your Views: Jorgensen’s style is to be a good listener
As the presidential race gets contentious and the volume on political speech is turned up, it’s a relief to find a candidate who is keeping things positive.
Your Views: Disrud has excelled as deputy register of deeds
I am writing this letter to proudly show my support for Sandy Disrud, running for Rock County register of deeds in the Aug. 9 primary election.
Your Views: Mussolini wanted to make Italy ‘great again’
The GOP presidential nominee likes to quote him, “It is better to live one day as a lion than 100 years as a sheep.”
Your Views: ‘Globalist’ Ryan favors open borders

Congressman Paul Ryan is undeniably the most predictable politician on earth. We all knew that when he started to lose his grip on the primary, that he would do his flip-flop routine and become gung-ho for border protection and talk like he's the...

Your Views: ‘Zombie’ companies in China killing U.S. jobs

With Chinese trade a hot button issue this election year, the real problem of many Chinese manufactures being arms of the Chinese government seem to be getting ignored.

A perfect example is the Chinese steel industry. Filled with companies...

Your Views: Wiedenfeld has backing of law enforcement

Zeke Wiedenfeld, candidate for Walworth County district attorney, has the endorsement of over 100 Walworth County active and retired law enforcement personnel.

You may wonder why so many people in Walworth County law enforcement support Zeke...

Our Views: Nehlen goes too far with campaign stunt
Extremist, narrow-minded views of the world only invite gridlock, which is why blaming Rep. Paul Ryan for killing children accomplishes nothing.
Your Views: Welch has what it takes for 43rd Assembly District

I have been a Milton resident for 38 years, employed by the Rock County Sheriff's Office for 34 years and have known Anissa Welch for the last 10. I've observed her skills as a Rock County juvenile probation officer, a city council member and our...

Columns

Steven Walters: Exploring reasons Wisconsin is a presidential battleground
Charles Krauthammer: A theory on why Comey won’t prosecute Clinton
Kathleen Parker: Who are the people for whom Trump tolls?
Michael Gerson: We can’t know who we are without knowing who we were
Steven Walters: In campaigns, numbers differ in battle about school aid

Letters to the Editor

Your Views: Disrud has excelled as deputy register of deeds
Your Views: Jorgensen’s style is to be a good listener
Your Views: Mussolini wanted to make Italy ‘great again’
Your Views: Feingold no friend of military or the unborn
Your Views: Johnson has fought for businesses, residents

Our Views

Our Views: Nehlen goes too far with campaign stunt
Our Views: Save schools from the city's budget woes
Our Views: State law gives bedbugs place to hide
Our Views: Johnson, Ryan perform awkward Trump dance
Our Views: Thumbs up/down for Monday, July 25

Other Views

Other Views: Keep our state government open and accountable
Guest Views: Ryan's 'Better Way' embraces toxic trade
Web Views for July 13: controversial curriculum, Cullen's possible governor bid
Broman: Peddling papers and proud of it
Your Views: State redistricting needs an overhaul

Sound Off

Sound Off for Wednesday, July 27: building walls, media bias, Rep. Ryan
Sound Off for Sunday, July 15: Melania Trump, budget woes, public notices
Sound Off for Wednesday, July 20: Milton referendum, political ad, driving high
Sound Off for Sunday, July 17: police shootings, street projects, hummingbirds
Sound Off for Wednesday, July 13: Clinton's emails, I-90/39, goose poop