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Your Views: Breu wrong about research in column on Paul Ryan, poverty issue
Tom Breu claimed the Employment Policies Institute supported economic research from San Diego State University professor Joseph Sabia via a “shell company.” This isn’t true.
Charles C. Haynes: Blasphemy, free speech and Oklahoma’s ‘black mass’
Just when you think offensive speech attacking religion has hit rock bottom, along comes a new candidate for the Rogue’s Gallery of culture war provocateurs.
Your Views: Make incentives permanent to conserve precious lands
The incentive is a win-win for Wisconsin, protecting natural resources important to our community while keeping our lands in productive private ownership and management.
Michael Gerson: The Jews and the importance of history
Jews have been a stateless entity on which people projected their anger and resentments. With the advent of a Jewish state, those projections are focused on Israel.
Our Views: Auto museum proposal poses dilemma for city of Janesville
Janesville has a sad history of demolishing heritage. If the gas station becomes a museum, no one would want to see the site used to expand the police department.
Charles Krauthammer: Whopper of a move shows need to cut corporate tax rates
What is maddening about the corporate “inversion” problem is that it is so easily solved: tax reform that lowers the accursed corporate rate.
Your Thanks: Janesville Craig volleyball coaches appreciate farm’s fundraiser
My fellow coaches, Mike Tollefsrud and Michelle Hecimovich, and I would like to thank the Hodge family for creating and hosting the event.
Esther Cepeda: Farmers markets, here I come
Three books take us behind the scenes of food trends, modern agriculture and livestock production systems, giant industrial complexes most of us rarely think about.
Dick Polman: Obamacare, the incredible shrinking campaign issue
You rarely hear Republicans railing wildly anymore about an imminent “train wreck” because the law they hate is doing what they feared most: It’s working.
Sound Off for Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014

Columns

Michael Gerson: The Jews and the importance of history
Charles Krauthammer: Whopper of a move shows need to cut corporate tax rates
Our Views: Auto museum proposal poses dilemma for city of Janesville
Charles C. Haynes: Blasphemy, free speech and Oklahoma’s ‘black mass’
Esther Cepeda: Farmers markets, here I come

Letters to the Editor

Your Views: Make incentives permanent to conserve precious lands
Your Views: Breu wrong about research in column on Paul Ryan, poverty issue
Your Thanks: Janesville Craig volleyball coaches appreciate farm’s fundraiser
Your Views: Law isn’t applied equally to our energy producers
Your Views: True patriarchy is grounded in sacrifice, not tyranny

Our Views

Our Views: Unite to halt bloodshed in Beloit
Your Views: Come November, remind those in office of their role
Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, Aug. 25, 2014
Our Views: Council should reject petitions
Editor's Views: Sharing joy of north woods rekindles memories of youth

Other Views

Caroline Little: Newspapers are still here and still making money
Web Views for Friday, Aug. 22, 2014
Bill Lueders: Attorney general matchup could be November sizzler
J.B. Van Hollen: Teams keeps students safe on college campuses
Local Views: Ryan's poverty plan ignores value of living wage

Sound Off

Sound Off for Wednesday, Aug. 27: Readers comment on petitions
Sound Off for Sunday, Aug. 24: Readers react to Paul Ryan, new book
Sound Off for Wednesday, Aug. 20: Readers comment on policing with radar
Sound Off for Sunday, Aug. 17: Readers reflect on elections
Sound Off for Wednesday, Aug. 13: Voter ID on minds of readers