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Greg Peck: Thinking about home improvements
Greg Peck: Thinking about home improvements
If you're like me, you checked out the South Central Wisconsin Builders Association's 43rd annual Home Show over the weekend.
Michael Gerson: How to block a bad deal with Iran
Michael Gerson: How to block a bad deal with Iran
A Senate bill with the potential for wide bipartisan support is the proper way to block a bad nuclear deal with Iran.
Kathleen Parker: Let’s not talk (at Starbucks, about race)
Howard Schultz isn’t new to corporate activism, but this time he seems aggressively out of touch with his target audience. Nobody wants to be lectured before her coffee.
Greg Peck: Recalling Janesville's Rax Restaurant
Greg Peck: Recalling Janesville's Rax Restaurant
In my weekly series of blogs reflecting on former Janesville restaurants, today I'm focusing on Rax Restaurant.
Greg Peck: Gazette's endorsement process underway
Greg Peck: Gazette's endorsement process underway
The Gazette's editorial board is again busy meeting candidates for local and state offices. Here's the lineup of our upcoming endorsement editorials.
Con: Protesters oppose energies that make life cleaner and better for all
Coal provides 40 percent of our electricity and is the lifeblood of modern society. Coal is the only way we can meet environmental goals trumpeted by those opposed to its use.
Michael Gerson: Hillary’s Nixonian path to office
Hillary Clinton is not unbeatable, but Republicans' effort to label her as Nixonian will not beat her.
Pro: Prospective students are looking for schools with an energy moral and an intellectual base
Unchecked climate change promises to devastate millions of lives, and the relevant question is whether a university profits from fossil-fuel extraction.
First Amendment: LGBT rights, religious freedom and the Utah miracle
In this legislation, everyone means everyone: Transgender people are protected, an issue that has blocked agreement in other states.
Charles Krauthammer: No peace in our time in the Mideast
Blaming Netanyahu for the absence of Arab-Israeli peace is misguided.