To the editor, On April 2 Wisconsin will choose our next Wisconsin Supreme Court justice. Judge Brian Hagedorn is running based on his experience as a current Appellate Court judge who has the endorsement of 38 county sheriffs, five state Supreme Court justices and many district attorneys from across Wisconsin. They agree with Hagedorn that a Supreme Court justice’s role is to rule on the law — not to make law from the bench.
To the editor, Racial discrimination, ignorance and exclusion are everywhere. Parents refusing to have their children vaccinated for measles makes no sense. Politicians lying to their constituents happens every day. Building a wall costing billions of dollars carries a message of exclusion and racism. Politicians and radio and television talk show hosts emphasize fear and conspiracy theories.
To the editor, Judiciary Committee Democrats have revealed their anti-Catholic bias multiple times during various confirmation hearings, saying Catholic candidates’ convictions would impede the discharge of their judicial duties.
After eight years of reforms, Wisconsin is in a great position. Our economy is strong and unemployment continues to be at historic lows. Moreover, our state budget has a $2.4 billion surplus for the upcoming budget cycle. This healthy surplus has been achieved while K-12 schools are funded at the highest rate in our state’s history.