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John W. Eyster: Considering gun rights in the wake of the Virginia TV reporter murders
John W. Eyster: Considering gun rights in the wake of the Virginia TV reporter murders
Community columnist John W. Eyster offers a roundup of opinions on the Virgina TV reporter shootings.
Charles Krauthammer: What six years of ‘reset’ have wrought
President Obama's limp foreign policy has emboldened—and enabled\—Vladimir Putin.
John W. Eyster: A need for foster parents once more
John W. Eyster: A need for foster parents once more
As Rock County experiences a rising need for foster parents, community columnist John W. Eyster again finds himself a foster father.
Esther Cepeda: Don’t bake your DNA in the sun
One person dies of melanoma every hour, and about 74,000 new cases of invasive melanoma will be diagnosed in the U.S. in 2015.
Dick Polman: Will Joe Biden ‘Feel the tingle’?
Supposedly, Joe Biden sees a late bid as potentially tingleworthy because Hillary Clinton’s email baggage has created an opening.
Greg Peck: Staying alert to dangers while biking
Greg Peck: Staying alert to dangers while biking
As a frequent bicycler, I took notice of two recent reports on bicycling fatalities.
Greg Peck: Cautious about vicious dogs
As the owner of a little dog, I take notice whenever stories emerge about dog attacks, be they in Monroe or Janesville.
Matt Pommer: Will 'Walkercare' stir controversy?
Scott Walker would eliminate the taxes required to finance Obamacare and then use refundable income tax credits to help people obtain health insurance.
Steven Walters: Personal Capitol stories trump sound-bite speeches
Two Democratic and two Republican legislators told personal stories framing an emotional issue--use of fetal tissue from induced abortions in research.
Jason Stanford: We need an exchange program for racial integration
We lack the political will for forced integration—even though it worked—but should consider a student exchange program to build bridges between our communities.

Opinion Matters

Greg Peck: But would you go to vote in a mosque?
Greg Peck: Staying alert to dangers while biking
Greg Peck: Cautious about vicious dogs
Greg Peck: On losing Packer Jordy Nelson
Greg Peck: Remembering storm that socked Janesville 15 years ago this month

We the People

John W. Eyster: Advice for Walker as he slides in the polls
John W. Eyster: Considering gun rights in the wake of the Virginia TV reporter murders
John W. Eyster: A need for foster parents once more
John W. Eyster: Dysfunctional public policies created in budget
John W. Eyster: Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty