Racism is our nation’s oldest sin and most vile disease, and I am grief-stricken that we are again mourning more black lives lost and more communities capsized, all the while lamenting that nothing has changed since the last atrocity. Well, we must change, and we must start now.
Video of the bedlam in some of America’s cities, — including Madison and Milwaukee — make it clear that peaceful protesters, rioters, and looters alike in recent days have failed to practice social distancing orders to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Will the Wisconsin Department of Health Services track potential increased cases of COVID-19 with the same zeal they had following the spring elections?
Many in Milwaukee Archdiocese offered Mass Sunday, in violation of city shutdown order.
Ends rule requiring nonprofits spending on campaigns to disclose names of anyone giving $5,000 or more.
Joe Parisi and the County Board are showing, by example, that environmental protection and a booming economy not only do not conflict, but they can go hand in hand.
We all need to remember is that we are one nation, one people. Our futures are inextricably tied to one another. When we devalue the life of one group, we devalue everything that America represents.
Our nation needs a lot of things, but it needs more than anything else a single unifying, credible, grounded, calming, reasoned, and adult voice to lift us up and beyond the times in which we now find ourselves.
This was supposed to be Milwaukee’s signature summer, the culmination of a years-long pursuit of a real, meaningful breakthrough moment for the city. It’s not going to happen now.
Madison is under a coronavirus lockdown and a curfew.
Until the Floyd explosion in dozens of cities, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow was trying to split the nation’s attention in her nightly news show between the global pandemic and the steady but diverse deterioration state by state, nursing home by nursing home, prison by prison, meat packing plant by plant, doctor by doctor. In many ways, this is the real human story of the president’s failure and where our nation must be paying attention to recover.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reached shocking milestones.
Pandemic and Gov. Tony Evers’ lockdown policies have battered and bruised Wisconsin’s economy. As the Badger State slowly shakes off the dust of a statewide shutdown, economic indicators show it will be some time before the economy really rebounds.
Trump calls the USPS a "joke," falsely claims it is giving his enemy, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, who personally owns the Washington Post, money-losing rates and seemingly doesn't care if millions of Americans will be without mail.
A New York Times bestseller, "Evicted" follows eight individuals and their families right here in Milwaukee as they seek housing and struggle to find stability.
However you decide to Do Dairy Month Differently, take some time this month to think about the importance of dairy – and all of agriculture – in our communities.