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Your views: Dems' talking points have been debunked
The charge that Republicans prevent women from making their own health decisions? How is the Left's radical abortion agenda empowering for women, or the children that abortion kills?
Your views: Public opinion shouldn’t alter morals

The slippery slope of declining moral and ethical standards continues. Recent polls allegedly indicate that legalizing marijuana and allowing gay marriage are now a majority opinion of the American public.

 How soon these issues become rights...

Your views: We’ll give up our freedom if you give up yours
We should give up our freedom, and you should give up your freedom of the press right.
Your Views: Republicans, not Democrats, will balance state budgets
By continuing to grow the economy, finding further efficiencies in government and eliminating waste, Republicans will solve future structural issues.
Your Views: Will America ever learn that war is not the answer?
The current ISIS mess is the latest in a long list of tragedies we are responsible for fostering on the people of Iraq.
Your Views: Is same-sex marriage at root of today’s woes?
You wonder why there are so many disasters, wars, plagues? Look at what we, as a world, have become.
Your Views: Mary Burke’s background, beliefs make her best leader for state
Wisconsin needs a smart business leader who knows how to excel in local, national and global economic markets.
Your Views: We should go after ISIL with all means necessary
In our response, we probably should mirror the enemy. Step up (or down) to his level. Even—or especially—if it's barbaric savagery.
Your Views: Scott Walker's reforms working; Wisconsin can’t afford to elect Mary Burke
The only time Wisconsin’s unemployment rate has been higher than the national average in the last 25 years was when Burke served as Jim Doyle’s chief job creator.
Your Views: Minnesota's economy does better than Wisconsin's
Minnesota is doing much better than Wisconsin. Its annual per capita income is more than $4,500 higher than Wisconsin.