I'm sure if Grampa Zweifel were still around today, he'd be proclaiming, "I told you so" as the state of the farm economy under Trump's policies could well be the worst in history.
Dave is editor emeritus of The Capital Times.
Let's clear my desk of a few notes I made to myself in recent days.
This will be the third annual and, from what the schedule portrays, promises to be better than the first two, both of which received rave reviews from the hundreds who attended.
Evers made his blunt assessment after GOP leaders Robin Vos and Scott Fitzgerald, dutifully followed by their submissive colleagues in the Assembly and Senate, announced they had no intention of even considering Evers' proposals to address what has become a national crisis.
My longtime friend Ed Garvey passed away more than two-and-a-half years ago. Yet it was like he was in my living room last week while I was reading Rob Zaleski's just-released book, "Ed Garvey Unvarnished."
It was at least 20 years ago that I met a young man named Jeff Simpson.
Every so often, in between his outlandish tweet bullying and know-nothingness, we get a glimpse of what's happening beneath the radar, but not often enough for Americans to realize how bad it is.
You can see and feel it at the Labor Temple today, where hope for a brighter tomorrow for America's working people will be on display.
It's because of Bill Lunney's leadership — although he'll insist that he had loads of help from many compatriots, including his wife, Judie Pfeifer — that Dane County has one of the finest park systems in the country.