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Walters: Winners and losers created from competing budget proposals
Here’s how much school districts would gain, and lose, under the two competing GOP plans.
Walters: Democrats explore themes to shape governor's race
With their party adrift at both the state and national levels, the four Democrats on the Legislature's budget-writing Joint Finance Committee are trying to tease out issues that may—or may not—work against Republican Gov. Scott Walker in next year's election.
John W. Eyster: Looking back at John F. Kennedy
John W. Eyster: Looking back at John F. Kennedy
With Monday marking the 100th birthday of John F. Kennedy, John shares his thoughts and memories of the 35th president.
Walters: Wisconsin takes center stage in debate on school choice
Wisconsin’s first-in-the-nation Parents’ Choice program using tax funds to pay tuition for students in private schools is back in the news in ways good and bad.
John W. Eyster: Discovering Democracy Fair coming up
John urges you to attend the eighth annual Discovering Democracy Fair, where citizens are invited to talk with students who participated in Discovering Democracy field study in Washington, DC.
John W. Eyster: Judging the Academic Decathlon
John W. Eyster: Judging the Academic Decathlon
John shines the spotlight on young citizens who are healthy persons maturing to healthy adulthood as U.S. citizens.
John W. Eyster: Parker High added to ‘most challenging’ list
John W. Eyster: Parker High added to ‘most challenging’ list
Parker High School in Janesville was added to the prestigious “America's Most Challenging High Schools” published by the Washington Post.
John W. Eyster: Principle of integrity of US Elections
John W. Eyster: Principle of integrity of US Elections
John shares his disappointment with what he calls "the undermining of our American democracy" by Donald Trump at Wednesday's debate.
Kathleen Parker: How Trump could still win
As the final presidential debate looms like a Halloween pinata full of October surprises, voters may be less committed to one or the other candidate than the numbers suggest.
Michael Gerson: Trump plunges into ideological psychosis
Given even the lowest expectations, Donald Trump still has the capacity to surprise.

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John W. Eyster: Looking back at John F. Kennedy
John W. Eyster: Discovering Democracy Fair coming up
John W. Eyster: Judging the Academic Decathlon
Eyster: Parker High added to ‘most challenging’ list