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Our Views: Becoming invisible
More and more seniors are living alone; we cannot forget them.
Our Views: Website lets agenda get in way of facts
The conservative website, professorwatchlist.org, claims its list comes from credible sources, but the website's entry portraying a UW-Whitewater professor as a left-wing radical smacks of fake news.
Our Views: Thumbs up/down for Monday, Dec. 5
Thumbs up to reduced charges for jail officer and Parker and Craig high schools' closets. Thumbs down to Janesville residents' apathy and slip in UW-Madison's research ranking.
Our Views: Enough with the whining
If your biggest worry drops from trees, life must be pretty good.
Our Views: Walker's plan would 'drain the swamp'
As a presidential candidate, Gov. Scott Walker pledged to take on federal unions, and President-elect Trump could demonstrate he's truly an outsider by following in Walker's footsteps and even turning to Walker for guidance on how to go on the attack.
Our Views: Nothing wrong with a recount
Jill Stein and other liberals are throwing a Hail Mary from the 10th row of the bleacher section in a desperate bid to prevent their worst fear from coming true—Trump as the 45th president. They have a right to seek a recount as long as they pay for it.
Our Views: Thumbs up/down for Monday, Nov. 28
Thumbs down to talking politics, overcooking the turkey. Thumbs up to being grateful, Ocean Spray cranberry sauce.
Our Views: Shopping local is more important than ever
If you were unsuccessful in getting out the door yesterday and visiting a local business, do not fret. There's still plenty of time to infuse the local economy with your money before Christmas arrives.
Our Views: Thanksgiving's last stand
Online lifestyles complicate families' task to reclaim sense of togetherness
Our Views: Thumbs up/down for Monday, Nov. 21
Thumbs up to possible end to Milton spat, study of voter ID law's effects. Thumbs down to needless death of Chris Rabuck, post-election taunts.