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Left to their Democratic-controlled devices, California lawmakers have amassed a roster of vital legislation. ... It's a picture the rest of the nation should study.
Selected editorial cartoons for the week of October 11-17, 2015
Does anyone really think tighter controls over the manufacture and sale of firearms will keep guns away from violent people?
Don't have plans Tuesday night? Check out the talk by photojournalist Mark Hirsch on his book, “That Tree,” at 6 p.m. at Janesville's Hedberg Public Library, Opinion Editor Greg Peck writes.
Matt Rothschild, executive director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, called the proposed changes “petty vengeance on the part of Republican leaders."
Our federal government, a gargantuan malignancy, is a paragon of bloat and inefficiency. The nation needs someone in who isn’t afraid to clean house.
Since the trial, I have not seen an apology either to Carla Quirk or for your misuse of the media.
On Sunday, Bernie Sanders said he is not a capitalist, which clarified the meaning of this election—and makes Donald Trump his human antonym.
Two-thirds of teens who report abuse of prescription medicines are getting these from friends, family members and acquaintances.
This call is a sacrifice, not an obligation. Becoming speaker would risk Ryan's career in an effort to clean up the Republican Party mess in the House.
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