Identification of African-American slaves as immigrants, by Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson, seemingly has unleashed a firestorm of criticism.
I screwed up and I’m sorry. When’s the last time you heard that from a politician?
How do people change their minds? Changing your mind is common — until your worldview is challenged. Then the process becomes interesting.
If you were a young boy looking for heroes in 1940, you could find a bunch in Carson Park.
Gov. Scott Walker has made it a priority to take actions to control the cost of higher education.
An open letter to Gov. Scott Walker and all Wisconsin state legislators:
I read an article in a recent Leader-Telegram concerning the Eau Claire school district’s food service program with great interest. And, as I read and reread the
MADISON — A federal court has ordered the Wisconsin Legislature to redraw voting districts in time for the 2018 elections. This is a victory for voters, who have been
It came to my attention recently, after the March on Washington, that many young women are completely satisfied with their lives right now. I will refer to this as their
I am about to head to Rochester, Minn., for my six-month check-up.
When today’s pundits present their lists of possible Democratic candidates for governor, they seldom include the best candidate, Ron Kind, a U.S. Congressman who
Should we help other human beings? Should the inclination to aid one another be a basic guiding principle at the foundation of our world view?
I am a retired Circuit Court judge and have been asked to represent home and property owners and citizen groups opposed to the creation of more frac sand mines in our region
In the near future, the Wisconsin Group Insurance Board, or GIB, will consider several options for the ongoing State Group Health Program, which provides health care coverage
I have a dirty little secret. My secret could inspire public ridicule the likes of which I’ve not yet personally experienced. Given the third-class status of