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Your Views: Was Orlando really worst mass shooting in U.S. history?
Mom informed us that the worst mass shooting in U.S. history happened in South Dakota at Wounded Knee on Dec. 29, 1890.
Your Views: We must reject assaults on constitutional freedoms
Those joining the military take an oath to defend the Constitution. “We the people” must also defend our Constitution and our freedoms it protects.
Your Views: Apply conservative model to environmental problem
Solving environmental problems requires long-distance cooperation with government-supplied motivation. Global warming is a looming example of this.
Your Views: All area citizens should examine proposed railway
The GLB’s proposed 200-foot rail/utility easement was submitted by investor Frank Patton without endorsement from any existing railroads or proof of need.
Esther Cepeda: Seeking a path to academic success for low-income children
An author makes the compelling case that we should bolster our societal willingness to look for workable solutions even as education challenges seem insurmountable.
Web Views for Friday, June 24: GM finalists, Burger King, deaf father, go-kart track, Peck's retirement
Yes: Clinton has the right ideas for dealing with North Korea, now must crystallize them
Making North Korea a top foreign policy priority would be a welcome change from President Barack Obama’s policy of “strategic patience.”
Our Views: Help save 911 calls and dispatch, police time for real emergencies
Our Views: Help save 911 calls and dispatch, police time for real emergencies
What can be done to reduce such calls? Plenty. First and perhaps most important, don’t let your kid play with your cellphone.
Charles Krauthammer: Hillaryism embodies essence of modern liberalism
The mission of modern liberalism is to patch the fraying safety net with yet more programs and entitlements.
Michael Gerson: The Christian right surrenders faith for politics
Support of Trump made this event a sad parody of Christian political involvement, summarizing all the faults and failures of the religious right.

Columns

Greg Peck: Five memorable editorials as I close the book on my journalism career
Kathleen Parker: Does Brexit spell win for Trump?
Steven Walters: GAB's death revives Capitol punishment
Matt Pommer: In Wisconsin, debate over troubled waters
Esther Cepeda: Seeking a path to academic success for low-income children

Letters to the Editor

Your Views: Paul Ryan is a man we can believe in
Your Views: Paul Ryan on wrong side of gun control
Your Views: All area citizens should examine proposed railway
Your Views: We must reject assaults on constitutional freedoms
Your Views: Was Orlando really worst mass shooting in U.S. history?

Our Views

Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, June 27
Our Views: Contentious process makes $87 million plan no sure bet in Milton School District
Our Views: Help save 911 calls and dispatch, police time for real emergencies
Our Views: GM finalists boosting hopes for redevelopment in Janesville
Our Views: Safe city of Janesville is getting even safer

Other Views

State Views: It’s time for paid family and medical leave in Wisconsin
Web Views for Friday, June 24: GM finalists, Burger King, deaf father, go-kart track, Peck's retirement
Web Views for Friday, June 17: Student behavior, Diane Hendricks, council-manager clash, Schools of Character
Attorney General Brad Schimel: Death of Prince reminds us of perils of opiate misuse
Web Views for Friday, June 10: Cruise Night, Ryan endorses Trump, Popeyes restaurant, what to do in Janesville

Sound Off

Sound Off for Sunday, June 26, 2016: Register of deeds race, Fourth Ward coverage, Paul Ryan, Leonard Pitts
Sound Off for Wednesday, June 22: Shootings and terrorism, county elections, Milton Avenue construction
Sound Off for Sunday, June 19: City Hall rift, presidential politics, Orlando shooting, Milton schools
Sound Off for Wednesday, June 15: Orlando, Parker graduation, Hendricks taxes, Craig embezzlement
Sound Off for Sunday, June 12: Presidential politics, Milton schools, rural vegetation hazards, Cruise Night