Is there any doubt that many Democrats agree with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi when she says she wants to see President Trump “in prison”? After the Mueller report, House Democrats seem to believe almost unanimously that the president is guilty of obstruction of justice. Their increasingly hea…
Grad season has wound down. Completing high school or further studies, millions across America donned the traditional caps and gowns to signify their graduation.
In many ways, the current fad in red states to pass unconstitutional laws banning abortion, even for rape and incest victims and the threat to a pregnant woman’s life, is nothing short of disgusting.
Wisconsin’s Capitol rotunda is an impressive feat of architecture, its massive dome rising over Madison’s skyline, nearly the size of the dome of the nation’s Capitol in Washington, D.C.
My dad turns 86 next month. He never thought he’d live so long — or see as many Father’s Days as he has — because his parents both died far too young.
A sign in a northern Wisconsin bait shop reads, “If people finally figure out what’s important in life, there is gonna be a shortage of fishin’ poles.”
Earlier this week I traveled to central Illinois to speak at a memorial service at Eureka College, my dad’s alma mater, on the 15th anniversary of his death.
My first job as a reporter when I joined The Capital Times’ staff back in 1962 was to cover the farm beat. Family farming was a huge deal in those days, fueling the economy of many small Wisconsin communities and well deserving of a newspaper beat all its own, just like the police, the court…
It’s no wonder some people are confused about the tariff issue since the president, who is raising them on Chinese and Mexican imports without input from Congress, continues to lie about who ultimately pays them.
The ambulance takes another 90-degree turn as Highway 13 stair-steps along Lake Superior for the 51 agonizing miles from Port Wing to Duluth.
For all the faults we find with Facebook, and we could name a number of them, I continue to scroll through to see travel stories, family and vacation photos, babies and puppies.
There was a big media buildup and a lot of wild guessing by the pundits on FOX and CNN about what Special Counsel Robert Mueller was going to say in his public statement Wednesday.
An investigative piece in the Wall Street Journal last week took an inside look at how states and cities come to compete against each other, seemingly giving away their treasuries to land companies that promise jobs and economic gains in the future.
Theatrical directors decide what styles of clothing fit the personalities and attitudes they want each character to portray. Adults do the same thing when we decide what to wear. But, does what we wear reveal the kind of person we are, or the kind of person we want to be?