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Our Views: Thumbs up/down for Monday, Dec. 5
Thumbs up to reduced charges for jail officer and Parker and Craig high schools' closets. Thumbs down to Janesville residents' apathy and slip in UW-Madison's research ranking.
Our Views: Enough with the whining
If your biggest worry drops from trees, life must be pretty good.
Our Views: Walker's plan would 'drain the swamp'
As a presidential candidate, Gov. Scott Walker pledged to take on federal unions, and President-elect Trump could demonstrate he's truly an outsider by following in Walker's footsteps and even turning to Walker for guidance on how to go on the attack.
Our Views: Nothing wrong with a recount
Jill Stein and other liberals are throwing a Hail Mary from the 10th row of the bleacher section in a desperate bid to prevent their worst fear from coming true—Trump as the 45th president. They have a right to seek a recount as long as they pay for it.
Our Views: Thumbs up/down for Monday, Nov. 28
Thumbs down to talking politics, overcooking the turkey. Thumbs up to being grateful, Ocean Spray cranberry sauce.
Our Views: Shopping local is more important than ever
If you were unsuccessful in getting out the door yesterday and visiting a local business, do not fret. There's still plenty of time to infuse the local economy with your money before Christmas arrives.
Our Views: Thanksgiving's last stand
Online lifestyles complicate families' task to reclaim sense of togetherness
Our Views: Thumbs up/down for Monday, Nov. 21
Thumbs up to possible end to Milton spat, study of voter ID law's effects. Thumbs down to needless death of Chris Rabuck, post-election taunts.
Our Views: Voting ‘yes’ becomes the new normal
Voters are realizing what school administrators have always known. Revenues must rise with inflation, or districts must begin to cut staff and defer building maintenance.
Our Views: Cheer on the Electoral College
Any Wisconsin resident or lawmaker seeking to abolish the Electoral College would be working against the region’s self-interest and succumbing to the siren song of personality politics.