- Commentary: Walker’s budget calls for schools to stop reporting sexual assaults
- Wallace hopes for redevelopment expansion
- Teravainen makes instant impact on return to ‘Hawks
- Oregon mayor reacts to Exelon talk of closing nuclear plant
- GiGi’s benefit for Down syndrome, March 21
- What’s the future hold for Rose?
- ‘Hogs keep pace in tight Midwest
- Qatar continues to confound
- Meet John Doe: Keep public notices in print
- Commentary: Rauner’s minimum wage plan just more of the same from GOP
To the Editor: Party affiliation not the point
To answer Mr. Gorski’s (Paul Gorski’s “Meet John Doe: Sheriff’s race: Will the real Democrats and Republicans please stand up?” from the Feb. 26-March 4, 2014, issue), query, NO, NO, NO! Party affiliation should have no determination in a person being elected to the office of sheriff, judge and state’s attorney. These positions enforce the law; they do not interpret the law, as we all know. As to why Mr. Randy Olson switched parties: I’m sure he can get more support from Mr. Gasparini and his fellow Dems than he can from his FORMER PARTY! WHEN HE LOSES, THEY CAN ALL go fishin’ at the WCFPD’s newest fishing spot. Will some LOCAL RADIO STATION, PLEASE BRING BACK TALK RADIO? The politicians have no one holding them in check now, and by the time it hits print and you reply back, the damage is DONE! THE PEOPLE NEED A VOICE!!!
From the April 2-8, 2014 issue