1-10 of 2005
The 1st District is privileged to have Paul Ryan serving as House speaker. He’s working to advance a conservative reform agenda that will deliver real solutions.
Democracy, freedom, civilization—it all hangs by a thread. America was always just an idea, a dream founded in the faith that men were capable of great good.
Attacking the credibility and legitimacy of the judiciary is a tyrant’s timeworn tactic. It is designed to erode checks and balances. It's an invitation to mob intimidation.
This report is even more surprising because, for decades, Republicans claimed to champion “local control” more than Democrats.
Being on a gateway to downtown, the new station serves as a showcase to prospective businesses that Janesville values first-class services.
Thumbs Down to do-gooders trying to save infant creatures, to Sam Liebert and Jens Jorgensen and to leaving grass clippings in streets; Thumbs up to Morning Rotary Club.
The district promotes a teacher-driven math curriculum that will prepare students to succeed in college and career.
The largest political choice Paul Ryan and Marco Rubio have made this year will be one of the worst mistakes of their careers.
Justice David Prosser, who was one of the four votes to block the Republican-backed law, has resigned from the high court, effective at the end of July.
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