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Instead of killing people with weapons of war, we now plan to kill them with economic sanctions.
The announcement Tuesday that Wisconsin’s projected surplus is $2.9 billion higher than the already “unprecedented” June surplus projection was hailed by Republicans and Democrats alike.
Everywhere we go we see the scars of logging in our county and state forests.
Economics is not an exact science. The economy, and the way we carve up the economic pie, is a political and social process. It is not set in stone and can be improved.
The rural economy includes tourism, services, small manufacturing, forestry, government and many retired people.
Housing costs and large scale acquisition of homes by multibillionaire asset manager groups such as Black Rock, as well as a gross miscalculation of the number of true homelessness — by half — paint a bleak future for working and low income people securing a safe abode or buying a home and building equity.