Since the end of 2019, our nation has been in a lot of trouble.
I am Michele Jacobs, and I am asking for your vote to allow me to continue my 15 years of public service as Walworth County Register of Deeds.
There is one thing I do not understand about the President's claim that we are only having a rise in COVID-19 numbers because we are doing so …
Sue Conley supports teachers, and she has my support for state Assembly.
I enthusiastically support Sue Conley for state Assembly.
In these days, when Wisconsin is among the top states in the nation for COVID-19 infections and with hospitalizations and death rates steadily…
Congressional action is needed very soon to save the Central States Pension Fund.
I may not have my body rest in the rotunda of the state capitol in Washington, D.C.
Joseph Goebbels was Hitler's minister of propaganda during World War II. He believed that if you tell a lie often enough, people will believe it.
When a person is elected as president of the United States, that person serves for four years.
We have a problem with leadership at City Hall.
Concerning President Trump's persona, individualism and temperament, permit me to share my beliefs.
It’s time. The craziness in the White House needs to stop.
In her Oct. 21 regurgitation, Angela Cardinal said federal Judge Amy Coney Barrett “is another incompetent fool”.
As a former nurse, I know how important the Hippocratic ethos is to the medical community: “First, do no harm.”
I had the chance to vote in person today at Janesville City Hall along with many others who are taking advantage of the early voting opportunity.
First of all, I believe that abortion is a poor and unfortunate choice.
America cannot take another four years of Donald Trump.
Roe v Wade, the ACA, and LGBTQ+ rights will likely be overturned, regardless of who is elected president in 2020.
Kudos to The Gazette for printing the guest editorial from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on the free market and climate change.
Every time I put gas in my car recently, I remember a letter to this newspaper about a year or two ago asserting that gas prices were always h…
I find it unbelievable how The Gazette Editorial Board couldn't choose a candidate to endorse for the presidential election!
The only thing that Virgil Parker got right in his recent letter to the editor was that DuWayne Severson is a nice person.
As a former Republican member of the state Assembly from Milton (1981-87), I strongly encourage readers to support Democratic Rep. Don Vruwink…
The new Congress in January needs to pass legislation that codifies what was common sense and tradition concerning the office of the president…
That which we worship we become.
My letter is a response to the Oct. 15 letter submitted by Anita Peters shaming The Gazette for not endorsing a presidential candidate.
It must be tough being in the minority party, but despite that, Democrats and Republicans worked across the aisle this past term.