Make it at home and if you need to take it with, you can buy disposable coffee cups with lids at the grocery store! The drink I make at home for pennies costs almost $5 at Starbucks.
 July 2, 2015 at 11:05am
He’s the real deal. I have lived in Wisconsin all my life. We tend to swing a bit left over history, the governor before Walker was very left. It has been refreshing to have Walker in the office! He says what he means to do and then works to accomplish it. The way he led during the Act 10 passage was amazing. He stuck to his guns!
He went through more scrutiny than any candidate in recent memory during the recall election. His opponents found NOTHING. I think they are starting a whisper campaign against him talking about dark money groups and the like because they really have nothing they can prove to get him on.
 June 27, 2015 at 9:44am
This is an absolute affront to all three of the Abrahamic faiths!
 June 25, 2015 at 10:38pm
“Hier stehe ich, ich kann nicht anders, Gott helfe mir, Amen“ – Martin Luther
I will stand on things of faith. Lutherans have a long history of that.
 May 11, 2015 at 9:09am
He should swap in the name of all other sinners on a weekly basis on his sign: adulterers, thieves, idolaters etc.
I get the tongue in cheek humor of your comment. The difference between homosexuals and adulterers, thieves, and idolaters is that these people have not yet formed a coalition asking for equal protection (recognition) under the law. Would folks be offended if the pastor posted a sign saying, "Danger: Bridge out ahead. Turn around now?"
 May 1, 2015 at 9:14am
This is who this guy really is! Everything we have heard about him back in his home territory is like this. What you see is really what you get.
Refreshing. A politician who lays it all out on the table.
We need a genuine person who doesn't mince words or drive around in a chauffeured mini van claiming to be one of us regular people.
So what do we get? A president of only the Christians? A Pastor in Chief? Someone pushing for a theocracy? Is he going to listen to the non Christians and the atheists? I want someone who can listen to everyone and think for himself without resorting to mythology to run the country. Oh yes. Happy Beltane!
Yep. I am not a particularly religious person. But having said that, I know that time and time again Walker has shown his strength and courage as Governor of Wisconsin. Regardless of where that strength and courage comes from, I hope to have an opportunity to vote for him.
 April 17, 2015 at 11:36am
Perhaps a book on etiquette for the PARENTS would be an appropriate gift to bring.
Now THAT is a great idea.
And personalized, with one of those "From the library of ..." stickers.
 April 5, 2015 at 10:23am
I hope the Badgers just ignore this idiot and keep focused to win Monday. Go Bucky!!!!
March 25, 2015 at 9:39am
What ever happened to modesty? Does it prove she is more of a woman because she can wear so little?
March 24, 2015 at 7:56pm
We noticed Mom’s memory slips years ago, so the family doctor did a little 10 question memory quiz two years in a row and said she did just fine, so those slips were probably nothing to worry about. When we thought more about it we took her to a clinic that specialized in gerontology. They gave a better quiz and found dementia, probably Alz. That was 4 years ago. Her condition has steadily declined. I think our family doctor just did not have the right tools to look for the problem.
 March 16, 2015 at 10:22am
No way the principal didn’t know what was going on beforehand. Large group programs are always screened by administration! And if for some reason she didn’t know, she should loose her job for not being aware of what was going on in her own school.
 March 10, 2015 at 6:04pm
The biggest problem in at the primary level. Children in Grades 1-3 should be taught phonics and math facts. Unless those are mastered, they should not move up to the next level. Period. If they have identifiable special educational needs, they have to be provided specialized instruction, but still have to meet the standard of knowing phonics and math facts before going on to level 4. Every other academic pursuit depends on this information. If you are the parent of young children, you owe it to them to be sure they can read and do math. Teach them yourself, hire a tutor, whatever it takes.
Seriously, get these folks back indoors before they kill each other in that scary white stuff. Meanwhile the rest will continue driving 75 in it here in the North. Ha ha!
 February 24, 2015 at 8:23am
This child was beaten. This was NOT a spanking! At middle school age, the time for corporal punishment should be past.
The mom is in over her head with this child and needs to learn how to deal with her through parenting classes and having a mentor she can turn to. For a time, the child needs to be in a safe place until the mom can learn better techniques for changing the child’s behavior.
The child needs discipline. I hope the adults in her life can show her a better way.
Maybe the kid earned what she got. Some kids will not take a hint.
Sometimes middle school age is when spanking is needed the most as so many kids turn into mean, disrespectful hoodlums at that time. The spanking however, belongs on the rear end.
 February 22, 2015 at 8:30am
I am sorry for your loss. Thank you for taking the time to share your experience.
 February 20, 2015 at 10:15am
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 February 19, 2015 at 9:00am
I wonder if there was an RSVP requested on the invitation. Do people actually respond to those anymore?
When my kids were little, they went to every birthday party they were invited to if there wasn’t a scheduling conflict. It shows that they care about the birthday person!
It’s too bad that none of this boy’s classmates were available for his party, but we don’t know all their circumstances. I know that Saturday mornings, for example, are prime time for scheduled activities. If she put the party at that time, it is conceivable that many of the classmates were committed to something else.
 February 10, 2015 at 10:26am
I was allowed a brief glimpse of Heaven in 1988. It turned me onto another path! It was the shove I needed to find a Christian husband and from that to raise three faithful children. I firmly believe that glimpse was for my benefit, sure, but more importantly, it was for whomever those children are going to become.
It is an indescribable place. I hope to meet you all there in His time.
 February 10, 2015 at 10:22am
That is absolutely amazing. I am so sad for you that your daughter died. I am happy for you that her being here blessed you in such a monumental way.
 January 29, 2015 at 9:07am
You were gifted with the message you needed to have. :)