My grandmother would get far more upset if I used the Lord's name in vain than if I dropped the f-bomb (although she didn't like that). I don't think many people get upset about saying, "God" today.
On Two found dead in Town of Milton
Assuming they owned their residence, I wish they had put in a carbon monoxide detector. If their residence was rented, then the landlord should have put one in.
On More and more employees are being asked to take work furloughs. What are you doing with your time off?
Spending time thinking about how this once great nation of ours is in the pooper because we'd rather give our money to corporate fat cats than to middle American.
On Should we hop aboard bus to Whitewater?
I agree that we should stop adding fees to students. Taxes should pay for this because it benefits seniors, the disabled, students, and the public. It also benefits the society as a whole and commerce.
On Janesville Police Department undergoing staffing changes
On Fired Up
It sure makes us feel good to criticize a parent -- especially a mother, who we know nothing about. We remain silent, however, when we learn that a church has conspired among its male elite to protect child molesters and thwart the efforts of the law enforcers to protect our children. This has hit home here in Wisconsin, and yet we remain silent.
On No medicinal weed for Badgers
If we were to make our legislature a part-time unicameral legislature, we would save money both in supporting the body and in reducing the unnecessary laws and regulations they pass. Why legalize unpasteurized milk? We can just choose not to enforce those laws! There are many laws on the book that aren't enforced, and that no one would choose to enforce.
On Commenter's remorse? Too bad
I really like reading Scott engaging in a dialogue with his readers. Thanks for the info on the limitation of the software.
On Was Obama cartoon racist? Really? Really?
I am all for forgiving people when they say or do even intentionally racist things, but I also think that people need to be more sensitive about how certain images reverberate in our society. Such caricatures of black men (and women) have a long history, having been used to demean them. Add to that the association of black men with guns and crime, and you have a volatile image here. The cartoonist might not have meant to be racist, but the effect is, nonetheless, racist.
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