I’m waiting for an apology now.
The fact that President Donald Trump misspoke at the Helsinki news conference with Vladimir Putin is not something new in American history. It has happened before.
This week’s performance in Helsinki by our embarrassing president was disgraceful. It is no longer funny and whenever he takes the stage, I brace for what’s next. His ignorance never fails to surface.
If Donald Trump ever again utters the phrase “witch hunt,” he should be removed from office.
Two-hundred years ago, the British poet William Blake observed, "The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way."
Why does President Donald Trump have so many family members, advisers and associates who are perfectly comfortable meeting and cooperating with Russians to explore the possibilities of undermining our democracy (or democracy in Europe, for that matter)?
The July 6 letter to the editor "Nation founded on Christian ideals" claims “the American system is the political expression of Christian ideals.” Yet the author really does not give any basis for making this claim (it is hardly a “truism”).
I hope we will consider keeping our very nice Madison flag.
I never expected to support any idea from a font of privileged delusion such as Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, but I was wrong.
Anti-democratic forces in our nation have always been in the wings, but they have been held back by stronger forces. Since the election of President Donald Trump, these forces have come out in full force and are driving legislative and other public-policy decisions.
In the July 4 issue of the State Journal, a full-page ad titled "God Bless America" expounded, with multiple quotes, that the United States of America is a Christian nation. It even argued the law about prayer in school. This full-page ad was sponsored and paid for by Hobby Lobby.
Oscar Mayer in Madison will soon be history, and Kraft-Heinz Foods has made that decision.
North Korea is funded mostly by China. Their missiles and bombs are provided by China.
Saturday’s editorial from the Chicago Tribune, "Single-payer health care is no panacea," presented the tragic case of baby Charlie Gard in England as evidence against a single-payer system. That case has nothing to do with payment: The parents have resources to pay for an experimental treatm…
In his Sunday column, "State tax burden remains heavy," Mike Nichols said our state's income tax burden is still too high.
The Madison City Council needs to take a close look at its vendetta against Police Chief Mike Koval and the Madison Police Department. When you see gun fire and homicides increasing in the city, the City Council should realize its role in this. Those pondering the commission of a criminal ac…
Another way to achieve low-income housing at the Messner site in Madison would be to lease or gift the property to a nonprofit that would be exempt from property taxes so long as its housing services remained compliant with all applicable statutes.
For several miles on northbound Interstate 39-90 between Edgerton and Stoughton, the road is reduced by construction to two lanes with no shoulders. Both shoulders are obstructed by continuous concrete barriers.
Because of the recent request for voter data by the Presidential Commission on Election Integrity, voters are concerned about the release of their information. Fortunately, Wisconsin is not giving the commission your date of birth, Social Security number or driver’s license number.
If President Donald Trump worked at any business, he would have been disciplined and perhaps lost his job by now for his constant negative comments about people.
Regarding the recent State Journal article about "Madison's 10 most dangerous intersections," drivers see "speed stings" throughout the city. I have even seen "pedestrian crossing" stings to catch those drivers who ignore pedestrians in the new lighted crosswalks.
I noted in the recent article "Vanity plate police on prowl" that missing among "unacceptable" characteristics is misogyny.
I read with interest the recent letter to the editor "Thanks for the East Side memories" and agree with the author's summary of Schenk's Corners' retail destinations.
Does anyone wonder whose crackpot idea it is to make it illegal to sell beer and wine in tasting rooms at the site of the manufacturers?