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Your Views: Don’t put municipal water in hands of private companies
I vehemently oppose Assembly Bill 554/Senate Bill 432. I do not want control of our municipal water supplies shifted to private conglomerates without citizen input.
Our Views: City of Janesville wise to prepare for the unthinkable
Despite a projected 2017 budget deficit of $800,000, Freitag believes an emergency management coordinator is “absolutely critical” and will ask for it again.
Web Views for Friday, Feb. 5: City deficit, pets at stores, Ryan to speak at Craig, uncontrolled intersections
Pro: Woodrow Wilson’s covered-up illness makes strong case for releasing records
A candidate’s physical and mental fitness to survive the pressure cooker of the presidency in this era of global turmoil should be a pressing concern of American voters.
Michael Gerson: Rubio, Cruz offer a contrast in leadership
Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are social and economic conservatives. ... But they represent two entirely different approaches to the gathering and use of power.
Con: Fitness for office shouldn’t necessarily be judged by age or accumulated health problems
Medical advances and healthier living are pushing out the boundaries not only of life expectancy but also of the ability of people to remain more vital and active far longer.
Charles Krauthammer: The 'establishment' issue is nonsense
The threat to the GOP posed by the Trump insurgency is not that he's anti-establishment. It's that he's not conservative.
At Morocco summit, Muslim leaders stand up for religious freedom
The challenge facing Muslim scholars and religious leaders will be to translate the declaration into societal reforms and peace efforts that counter extremist movements.
Your Views: He appreciates Michael Gerson's view of Donald Trump
I find Donald Trump to have no likable qualities and no qualifications for the presidential office.
Our Views: It's past time to get drunks off state's roads
Our Views: It's past time to get drunks off state's roads
Wisconsin remains the only state that doesn't consider a first offense drunken driving even a misdemeanor crime. Instead, it's a civil violation, a traffic ticket.

Columns

Charles Krauthammer: The 'establishment' issue is nonsense
Michael Gerson: Rubio, Cruz offer a contrast in leadership
Con: Fitness for office shouldn’t necessarily be judged by age or accumulated health problems
Pro: Woodrow Wilson’s covered-up illness makes strong case for releasing records
At Morocco summit, Muslim leaders stand up for religious freedom

Letters to the Editor

Your Views: Don’t put municipal water in hands of private companies
Your Views: They've seen work of Necci and back Johnson for Walworth County judge
Your Views: He appreciates Michael Gerson's view of Donald Trump
Your Views: He applauds public servants dealing with Oregon standoff
Your Views: It's time to name court at Parker High after Tom Klawitter

Our Views

Our Views: City of Janesville wise to prepare for the unthinkable
Our Views: It's past time to get drunks off state's roads
Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, Feb. 1
Our Views: Rock County welcomes Family Care
Our Views: Use anonymous juries only rarely

Other Views

Web Views for Friday, Feb. 5: City deficit, pets at stores, Ryan to speak at Craig, uncontrolled intersections
State Views: We only need political will to fix roadwork needs
Brain Injury Alliance: Concussions are only part of story of brain injuries
Web Views for Friday, Jan. 29: Meth editorial, Milton schools, gun show, policing survey, Hendricks donation
Ted Kinnman: Gov. Walker's cuts to public education lead list of attacks

Sound Off

Sound Off for Wednesday, Feb. 3: Craig embezzlement, city deficit, presidential politics, store pets
Sound Off for Sunday, Jan. 31: Gov. Walker, Milton schools, presidential poltics, Parker court, embezzlement
Sound Off for Wednesday, Jan. 27: Craig embezzlement, Milton schools, presidential politics
Sound Off for Sunday, Jan. 24: Jobs in city, Al Fagerli, embezzlement, GOP candidates
Sound Off for Wednesday, Jan. 20: Embezzlement, newspaper carriers, MLK Day, gun rights, test scores