Here is a collection of recent Voice of the People pieces that have been printed in the Kenosha News.
There is no shortage of advice about retirement: the ideal age to retire; how much you should save for retirement each year; the amount your nest egg should be when you finally leave the work world.
If you’ve lived in Kenosha for the past year, or anywhere in the country really, you’ve most likely heard of Betsy Ade and the Well-Known Strangers.
We all know it, but not enough of us do it.
We have just learned that Fox News can be considered the propaganda arm of the White House. President Trump now has what every other dictator in the world has, a “state-run” news outlet that will give a voice to whatever he wants us to hear/read and wants us to believe.
When Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth spoke to the Kenosha News after a news conference about a shooting at a Wheatland home on Nov. 15 that claimed the life of 23-year-old Joseph Riley, he lamented the fact that the crime had become more common in his years serving the community.
This is what the path to positive change looks like: People coming together to make a difference.
LAUREL — To all of the volunteers — including 14 members of Bernice Faser’s family — who helped to put on the First United Methodist Church’s annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner. “Every year we do something as a family,” said Jack Birren, Faser’s nephew. For 40 years, the Kenosha congregati…
Count us among those who would like to see Wisconsin voters have more of an impact on the presidential race with an earlier primary election.
WASHINGTON — When will discrimination die?
Stand up and be heard
Unfortunately, mass shooting have become routine in this country.
Gov. Scott Walker has signed two guns bills into law this week in the wake of the shooting in Charleston, South Carolina. One would allow retired and off-duty cops to carry concealed weapons in schools, and the other repeals the state's 48-hour waiting period to purchase a handgun.
Removing the Confederate flag from the grounds of the State Capitol in South Carolina, is more politically palatable than calling for tougher gun laws.
Congress not listening to demands for gun control thanks to NRA ear plugs.