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First Amendment: Let's celebrate 'our' World Press Freedom Day
In the larger sense, we're all “press” every time we post, tweet or blog—whether we want that title or not.
Kathleen Parker: Ted Cruz’s fall from grace
Cruz’s truest self was revealed in an unscripted moment captured Sunday by TV cameras, un-fortuitously just two days before the Indiana primary.
Greg Peck: Are you among the 60% who grill out year-round?
My wife and I are among the 60% of Americans who use their grills all year. Are you among them, too?
Steven Walters: Schreiber’s last campaign is advocating for dementia caregivers
Former Gov. Marty Schreiber is crusading on behalf of everyone with dementia, and caregivers—like him—who don’t realize they are destroying their own health.
Matt Pommer: In contrast to Walker, the UW will honor Thompson
Tommy Thompson’s life is both a Horatio Alger-type story and a love affair with UW-Madison. It also is in stark contrast to Gov. Scott Walker.
Greg Peck: Mother Nature exercises her will with baby birds
We tried to do the right thing with a purple finch who built her nest under one of our kitchen windows. But I don't think her babies survived.
Michael Gerson: The state of disunion
With the influence of Bernie Sanders and the success of Trump, American politics have launched into uncharted ideological waters.
Esther Cepeda: Low-income, ‘first-gen’ college students benefit from an extra boost
Everyone wants low-income, first-time college students to succeed. Policymakers and university administrators can help them by recognizing they need reinforcements.
Kathleen Parker: On women, repeating Trump's own words
If Trump were a woman, not only would he not get 5 percent of the vote, he'd be tarred, feathered, branded and ridden out of town backward on a donkey.
Greg Peck: Remembering when one of Wisconsin's 10 deadliest tornadoes hit Rock County
I was surprised to recently find a website naming Rock County as suffering one of Wisconsin's “10 deadliest tornadoes.” Here's the story.

Opinion Matters

Greg Peck: Are you among the 60% who grill out year-round?
Greg Peck: Mother Nature exercises her will with baby birds
Greg Peck: Remembering when one of Wisconsin's 10 deadliest tornadoes hit Rock County
Greg Peck: Recycling those old housing materials
Greg Peck: Dealing with disruption of home improvement

We the People

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John W. Eyster: Thoughts on the spring election
Eyster: Evangelical Christians and Trump
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