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Dave Zweifel: ‘Dairyland’ slogan just fine by me

I'd much rather be known as the dairy state than drive around with a license plate that says "Home of corporate giveaways."

Aaron Rodriguez: Our frozen melting pot … and who’s responsible

The left’s complaints about cultural appropriation keep Americans separated rather than united.

Jon Erpenbach and Melissa Sargent: Funding Elections Commission staff ensures secure and efficient elections

To make our elections run securely and accurately, we need to repair the damage to the Wisconsin Elections Commission caused by Gov. Scott Walker’s veto last month, which removed five necessary staff from the commission.

Cindi Duchow: Tax cuts should sail through Congress

By passing the tax cuts President Trump praised in Indianapolis, Congress can right a longstanding wrong and put the wind back into our economic sails.

Jake Curtis: Flambeau mine a useful example in current debate

The Flambeau mine in Ladysmith can, and should, serve as a useful example of the possibility of safe mining and strong environmental stewardship.

James Rowen: Walker’s ’18 campaign baggage getting heavier

Walker will carry a host of problems into his re-election bid.

Bill Kaplan: Stop threatening regular folks

Trump is still trying to sabotage the Affordable Care Act.

Christian Schneider: Don’t try to regulate ‘fake news’

As was the case in the 16th century, the world will have to adapt to the influx of unreliable information. Hopefully, trusted sources will once again form to make sense of what's real and what's not.

WisOpinion.com: ‘The Insiders’ assess Tommy Thompson’s legacy

The WisOpinion Insiders, Jensen & Chvala, assess Tommy Thompson's legacy in advance of Monday's premiere on Milwaukee Public TV of the documentary: "Tommy Thompson: A Wisconsin Life." The Insiders' "Two-Minute Take" is sponsored by the Wisconsin Counties Association and Michael Best Strategies.

Paul Fanlund: The far left’s attacks on moderate Democrats get old

The Sanders-Stein-Nader crowd apparently doesn’t think the rest of us on the pragmatic left are as righteous or passionate as they. They seem to think they can unleash some tsunami of support from huge numbers of the politically disaffected.
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