Thanksgiving means inclusion. President Abraham Lincoln made that point profoundly during our Civil War. On Oct. 3, 1863, the White House issued the Thanksgiving Proclamation.
If you’re having trouble thinking of reasons to be grateful—perhaps because your refrigerator broke down one day before you’re expecting 20 guests—we’ve made a small list for you.
The fact is the tax code pits the least fortunate against the well-connected and takes too much hard-earned money from ordinary Americans struggling to get by. In other words, the opposite of respecting and rewarding hard work.
Does anyone really think that giving large corporations millions in tax breaks will suddenly incentivize them to invest in capital or hire more people? If so, Rep. Paul Ryan has a tax plan for you. These corporations are literally swimming in cash now....
You’re a Democrat planning to run for governor? Take a number. The line forms on the left.
Thumbs up to geothermal at Edgerton hospital and Rock County suing opioid makers. Thumbs down to hedging over Roy Moore, the next perpetrator exposed.
I had to respond to Steve White's letter to the editor Thursday (“'Resist' movement leading to violence”). What complete nonsense. The assault on the senator was a neighborly dispute over a pumpkin patch. Nothing political about it....