People like myself who have an autoimmune disease have some of the strongest immune systems, but it does not make us healthy.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that a pink ribbon is for breast cancer awareness.
Imagine for a moment America has undergone an attack from a foreign nation. Incendiary bombs have been dropped on the west coast.
We’ve got some news that will affect most every person in Wisconsin, and will hopefully set legal precedent in other states as well to protect kids and their families.
The National Congress of American Indians has called for a ban on the appropriation of Native American images, names and cultural symbols. Schools and sports teams respected the call and retired their Native mascots, which they now recognize as offensive and disrespectful. Evidently, some Wisconsin law enforcement agencies never got the memo. The Sheboygan Press reports that sheriff and police departments across Wisconsin use Native logos on patrol cars and uniforms. To name a few: Barron, Sauk, Jefferson, Pepin and Chippewa Falls sheriff departments, and police ...
Hospitals are being bogged down by unvaccinated people requiring treatment for a preventable illness.
In my role as editor of a left-leaning publication, I am very careful about drawing false equivalencies. I see this done far too often by other media outlets, and it turns my stomach. However there is one area where the left and right are equally egregious: the theater of mock outrage.
In our last edition, I wrote a couple of stories that reflected my mood. Sometimes, with all of the wicked problems the world faces these days, it can just get to a person. The news is often depressing, but I felt more frustrated than anything because while wicked problems are tough to solve, so many of them could have been prevented.