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Jason Stanford: 2016 presidential campaign already boring
If Republican donors choose a nominee and Hillary is never challenged, then Americans are cut out of a very important and entertaining discussion.
First Amendment: Sure, you can say that—but please don’t
More and more news, commentary and information sites are doing away with comments on some or all of their online offerings.
Michael Gerson: A global conspiracy of health
According to a recent report, about half of the gains in infant survival came from reductions in pneumonia, diarrhea and measles—diseases addressed by vaccination.
Pro: CIA report encourages terrorists, makes allies reluctant to help
The report will undoubtedly endanger American lives by giving terrorists one more rallying cry to attack U.S. interests.
Your Views: Product of union wages understands their value
Local businesses boomed because of the UAW! Most of my father’s earnings were spent in Brodhead, where I grew up, or in Janesville, where the money was earned.
Your Views: Sen. Rubio’s comments show what’s wrong in Washington
Rubio said he doesn’t care if 99 percent of people in Florida want the Cuban embargo lifted, that he wouldn’t go alone with it.
Our Views: Chryst, chancellor strike right notes on UW admissions
To her credit, Chancellor Rebecca Blank won't apologize for UW's admission standards. Academics, she says are a strength that should attract coaches.
Charles Krauthammer: How to fight the lone wolf
There are two kinds of lone wolves—the crazy and the evil—and the distinction is important.
Con: Terrorists have long known the CIA employed torture after 9/11
Despite gruesome details included in the report about what was done to detainees, the release is not likely to lead to any immediate increased risk to Americans.
Esther Cepeda: In matters of inequalities, the rainbow that isn’t
It has historically been taboo for Hispanics to wade their own discomforts into matters where the inequalities at issue are significantly worse for African-Americans.

Columns

Con: Terrorists have long known the CIA employed torture after 9/11
Charles Krauthammer: How to fight the lone wolf
Pro: CIA report encourages terrorists, makes allies reluctant to help
Michael Gerson: A global conspiracy of health
First Amendment: Sure, you can say that—but please don’t

Letters to the Editor

Your Views: Product of union wages understands their value
Your Views: Sen. Rubio’s comments show what’s wrong in Washington
Your Views: Maybe Obama should vacation in Chicago
Your Views: Spending habits belie city of Janesville's supposed fiscal needs
Your Views: Vote in Congress raises concerns about pensions

Our Views

Our Views: Chryst, chancellor strike right notes on UW admissions
Our Views: Rethinking structure of Rock County Board is worth the effort
Our Views: GIFTS Men's Shelter in Janesville continues to show remarkable success
Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, Dec. 15, 2014
Our Views: Cameras can boost policing in Janesville, elsewhere

Other Views

Web Views for Friday, Dec. 12, 2014
Local Views: Former councilman offers insight for candidates
State Views: Wisconsin remembers Pearl Harbor
Web Views for Friday, Dec. 5, 2014
Dr. Timothy Paterick: Your health is largely about your choices

Sound Off

Sound Off for Wednesday, Dec. 17: Bilingual education concerns readers
Sound Off for Sunday, Dec. 14: Freitag raise raises eyebrows
Sound Off for Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014
Sound Off for Sunday, Dec. 7: Ferguson remains the focus
Sound Off for Wednesday, Dec. 3: Ferguson fuels comments