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Revelations that Virginia Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, actively urged state legislators in Wisconsin and Arizona to cast aside results of the 2020 presidential election and declare each state for Donald Trump make it imperative that Justice Thomas resign from the court.

Middleton’s Good Neighbor Festival parade was well-attended last Sunday. Earlier, the annual parade was moved to a neighborhood street to allay fears of violence following the mass shootings at a July 4 parade in Illinois. The fleeing alleged killer had traveled to Middleton.

Last Sunday's letter to the editor, "Border crisis is killing children," exposed the need for immigration reform. And it is indeed sad that way too many people feel the need to come to America for a better life. That's the humanitarian crisis.

Democrats in Congress have lauded the Protecting the Right to Organize Act (PRO Act) as a means to give workers a voice in the workplace. While it does give workers a voice, it doesn’t go far enough. Union democracy provisions should be added to give workers a real voice in the workplace.

I was raised on a dairy farm in central Wisconsin. Stating that I attended a one-room schoolhouse until fifth grade gives away my age. But the quality of education was thorough and well-rounded. Students joined band, participated in sports, learned personal finance, civics, reading, writing and arithmetic. Students weren’t questioning other students' sexual tendencies -- we were too busy learning about our own.

The Federal Reserve Bank’s recent statement that they will keep raising interest rates to fight post-pandemic demand-inflation won’t curb inflation. The problem isn’t a return to normal demand, the problem is a combination of excess federal government spending and excess money supply. This is a classic case of government-driven inflation.

I read with horror Thursday's article, "Not-so-fine dining behavior," regarding customers screaming at staff in restaurants and businesses. Are these possibly the very same people who ask themselves, "What would Jesus do?" when facing other problems?

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We have a substantial surplus and Gov. Tony Evers is asking Republican lawmakers to support his recommendations of refunding a portion back to the taxpayers, eliminating the minimum markup on gas, and capping insulin copays at $35. These are all reasonable requests which will benefit all Wisconsin taxpayers.

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