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Web Views for Friday, May 27: Schulte's retirement plan, Evansville teacher pay, makeup of juries
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.
Your Views: Sam Liebert shouldn’t push benefits for opposite-sex couples
What is keeping domestic partners (same-sex or opposite-sex) from getting married? They have the option to do so if they wish to reap the benefits as married couples.
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.
Our Views: Racial makeup of juries in Rock County is issue worth exploring
Our Views: Racial makeup of juries in Rock County is issue worth exploring
No one's suggesting deliberate discrimination in Rock County, but concerns about fairness and the constitutional right to a jury by one's peers arose at a recent local trial.
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.
Your Views: Math education system failing Janesville students
Large numbers of high school mathematics students are unprepared for the rigors of post-secondary education.

Columns

Charles Krauthammer: In foreign policy, are we doomed to repeat failures?
Michael Gerson: The Syrian fire will continue to burn
First Amendment: Without virtue, freedom fails
Yes: Michigan Gov. Snyder knew about Flint water crisis early, failed to react
No: Don't be fooled by finger-pointing and buck-passing in Flint water crisis

Letters to the Editor

Your Views: Sam Liebert shouldn’t push benefits for opposite-sex couples
Your Views: Math education system failing Janesville students
Your Views: Proposed railroad bypass of Chicago raises suspicions
Your Views: Janesville Education Foundation thinks disruptive student behavior requires communitywide solution
Your Views: Event at Janesville Craig High School showcases pursuit of excellence

Our Views

Our Views: Racial makeup of juries in Rock County is issue worth exploring
Our Views: Ambulance runs by Janesville Fire Department appear to benefit city coffers, patients
Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, May 23
Our Views: Mixed legacy for Schulte
Our Views: Income study suggests challenges in Janesville-Beloit region

Other Views

Web Views for Friday, May 27: Schulte's retirement plan, Evansville teacher pay, makeup of juries
Web Views for Friday, May 20: Schulte's retirement, meeting about student behavior, Milton lawsuit
Community foundation: Death of Prince shows importance of estate planning
Ted Kinnaman: Band together to ensure Donald Trump is not elected
Web Views for Friday, May 13: Gun crimes, school demographics, Ryan's answers, Milton schools committee

Sound Off

Sound Off for Wednesday, May 25: Pain prescriptions, Hillary Clinton, jobs coming, burning in city
Sound Off for Sunday, May 22: Politics, young author, good Samaritans, superintendent, pepper spray incident
Sound Off for Wednesday, May 18: Schulte's retirement, student behavior, accused teacher, Ryan and Trump
Sound Off for Sunday, May 15: Presidential politics, Trump and Ryan, Obama and Janesville school issues
Sound Off for Wednesday, May 11: Janesville schools, motorcycling safety, Milton schools, presidential politics