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Greg Peck: Study leaves sobering spotlight on Janesville-Beloit
Greg Peck: Study leaves sobering spotlight on Janesville-Beloit
A new study shines a nationwide spotlight on many Wisconsin cities, including the Janesville-Beloit area, and it’s not a positive one.
No: Don't be fooled by finger-pointing and buck-passing in Flint water crisis
What we all need to keep in mind is this: Delivering clean water to homes and businesses is the responsibility of local authorities.
Yes: Michigan Gov. Snyder knew about Flint water crisis early, failed to react
Snyder, a Republican, knew plenty about Flint’s problem months before the city’s water was deemed unsafe by environmental and public health officials.
Charles Krauthammer: In foreign policy, are we doomed to repeat failures?
For realists, generally conservative, history is an endless cycle of clashing power politics. Patterns repeat. Only the names and places change. Idealists believe otherwise.
Michael Gerson: The Syrian fire will continue to burn
The theory—practiced by Obama and endorsed by Trump—that the Syrian conflict will somehow burn itself out has been a security debacle and humanitarian catastrophe.
First Amendment: Without virtue, freedom fails
Perhaps soul-searching about how we got to this unfortunate place should begin by asking the American people to take a good, hard look in the mirror.
Esther Cepeda: Grit is good
In her book, “Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance,” Angela Duckworth fleshes out the concept so it can be applied to any endeavor.
Kathleen Parker: With old Clinton conspiracy, we are a Trump too far
Donald Trump is going too far in suggesting that Hillary and Bill Clinton played a role in Vince Foster's death.
Peter Funt: Clinton needs a crash course
The most radical thing Hillary Clinton should do to get her campaign back on track is compel her husband to step back—way back.
Greg Peck: Playing it safe by dialing Diggers Hotline
Have you ever called Diggers Hotline? I did three years ago. And I did so again last week.

Opinion Matters

Greg Peck: Study leaves sobering spotlight on Janesville-Beloit
Greg Peck: Playing it safe by dialing Diggers Hotline
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