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Letter to the Editor 2-16-2022

I watched a video whereby Father Nolan said that “Those ignorant of history are doomed to repeat it”.  This led into the subject of unethical medical experimentation on American citizens by our US government agencies. To be labeled unethical these medical experiments were performed without the knowledge, consent or informed consent of the test subjects. …

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Letter’s to the Editor 2-9-22

A variety of November 2020 election irregularities were exposed during the last Wisconsin Assembly Informational Hearing. During the 2020 election, there were 211,000 ballots cast from indefinitely confined voters which meant that none of these individuals showed identification to vote. We assume that only government officials have access to the voter rolls but it was…

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Letters to the Editor 1-26-2022

In Timothy Ramthun’s “Let There Be Light #5” report, it is noted that Judge Bohren ruled that absentee drop boxes and ballot harvesting are not permitted by state law and that the Wisconsin Election Commission’s (WEC) guidance documents (about drop boxes) should have been handled by the legislative rules process, not WEC.  During the 2020…

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LTE – Gary Stene – 1-19-2022

I would like to thank the Colfax School Board and Administration for their handling of the issues surrounding the past school years. And an unprecedented pandemic (Once in 100 years) created situations that no one had answers for and no template to navigate it. I know everyone involved and am positive that their only goal…

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LTE – JoAnn Utphall – 1-19-2022

Last week I was listening to a video of Representative Kat Cammack (Florida). She was concerned about two bills that passed the House and will head to the Senate. One is H.R. 1 “For the People Act” and H.R. 4 “Voting Rights Advancement Act.” Between the two, it gets rid of voter ID requirements (during…

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LTE – JoAnn Utphall – 1-5-2022

The ‘Violence Against Women Act’ (VAWA) that passed the House (H.R. 1620) is being unveiled in the Senate by Dianne Feinstein.  VAWA is promoted as creating and supporting comprehensive, cost-effective responses to domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking. There are some points in this bill that could have unintentional consequences.  One key provision…

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LTE – JoAnn Utphall – 12-29-2022

Dear Editor Last week I visited Lilydale’s to listen to former WI Supreme Court Justice Mike Gableman speak about the November 2020 election investigation that he is heading.  He spoke about the Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC); the $500 million Zuckerburg money that was funneled through certain organizations into five major WI cities; what that money…

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Letter to the Editor – Joan Malcein – 12-22-2021

Dear Editor It is written that if you are willing and obedient to God’s laws you will eat of His good land. IN the first 39 chapters of Isaiah (like the first 39 books of the Old Testament) are filled with judgment upon immoral and idolatrous men/women/ Judah has sinned; the surrounding nations have sinned;…

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LTE – Greg St. Onge -12-15-2021

Letter to the Editor: My path to a more conservation minded future: A step at a time approach has served me well towards reducing the amount of gasoline and power grid electricity that I use. I’ve approached the idea of reducing my energy use from a conservation perspective during the last twenty years and to…

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LTE – JoAnn Utphall – 12-15-2021

Evidence is surfacing of election irregularities and nefarious activity, not only in Wisconsin, but throughout the US.  Former WI Supreme Court Justice Gableman submitted a report to the WI Committee on Campaigns on Wednesday, Dec. 8th. Using the report as the resource, Liz Harrington stated that, “There are 119,283 ‘active voters’ registered who are over…

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