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Palestinian peacemaker Zoughbi Zoughbi's visit to Janesville is not an occasion to miss, community blogger John W. Eyster writes.
When it comes to the attack on Mary Burke from Republican operatives, John says it's important to consider the source.
Leif Erikson Day and Columbus Day are both on their way, and both could use some modification, community blogger John W. Eyster writes.
A heroin epidemic has been sweeping the nation, and small Wisconsin towns are no exception, community blogger John W. Eyster writes.
Community blogger John W. Eyster considers the loss of war reporter and Marquette University alumnus James Foley, who was murdered by members of an Islamic State extremist group.
For community blogger John W. Eyster, the Democratic primary for the 15th state Senate race comes down to two choices. But which one deserves his vote?
Community blogger John W. Eyster is against Blackhawk Technical College's $4 million referendum. Here's why.
Almost all candidates take part in political gymnastics, community blogger John W. Eyster writes. Gov. Scott Walker's recent comments about outsourcing are no exception.
President Barack Obama, who ran on a ticket pledging transparency, has gone on to lead one of the most secretive administrations in decades, blogger John W. Eyster writes.
Community blogger John W. Eyster sends praise to Gazette reporter Neil Johnson for his article about the closure of a homeless shelter in Janesville.
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