OUR VIEW: Waukesha and Oshkosh shootings show importance of officers in high schools. They build trust, get tips, help deter and defend against violence
OUR VIEW: The Wisconsin State Journal has stood for public good, just as first edition in 1839 promised
OUR VIEW: Madison board should endorse creative plan to smooth traffic, cut crashes
OUR VIEW: Expanding state loan program will help diversify staff and inspire struggling students
OUR VIEW: Neither the press nor public officials can be muzzled in a free society
An open internet is a threat to repressive countries that want to extinguish freedom
OUR VIEW: The governor has no excuse for hiding a single day of his messages from the public
OUR VIEW: Center for the Study of Liberal Democracy promotes intellectual diversity, invites conservatives to campus
OUR VIEW: Republican senators stiff the homeless, ignore gun violence, bounce advocate for farmers
The years since the 2010 Affordable Care Act’s passage have driven home a clear message: Reforming health care is a monumental undertaking even when the policy prescriptions are relatively modest.
OUR VIEW: Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald should follow the will of voters if he isn't willing to lead
OUR VIEW: Thousands of desperate people need a hand up with winter arriving early
OUR VIEW: School building referendum justified; permission for higher spending on operations a harder sell
Why was a Texas police officer charged with murder just two days after he shot and killed a woman in her home Oct. 12?
As the 2020 election approaches, the United States is deeply and bitterly polarized, shaken by acts of random and not-so-random violence, with wages still rising too slowly, income inequality continuing to increase and the American dream feeling more and more out of reach for too many people…
OUR VIEW: Firing worker targeted by N-word exposed the folly of zero tolerance
OUR VIEW: Firing staff even when they are victims of slurs ignores common sense
OUR VIEW: Senate action, bipartisan support key to finding, creating more stable housing
OUR VIEW: Too much of proposed $40 charge would pay for services the city of Madison already provides
If anyone has become the conscience of the Republican Party in Wisconsin during Donald Trump’s chaotic and norm-shattering presidency, it’s Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke.
OUR VIEW: Sheboygan and two-thirds of Wisconsin counties now favor nonpartisan redistricting
OUR VIEW: Holding congressional primary Dec. 30 would set a bad precedent and hurt turnout
OUR VIEW: Despite some mistakes and conflict, chief mostly fulfilled difficult mission with heart
OUR VIEW: The benefits of landing America's most advanced fighter jet in Madison far outweigh any nuisance