To the editor, We’ve been bombarded with claims that our country is being “infested” with hordes of criminal invaders pouring like vermin over the southern border. The truth is that the number of people apprehended at the border has been steadily declining for years. Last year 300,000 were apprehended, the lowest level since 1971.
To the editor, I am planning to cast my August primary vote in the 1st District for Nick Polce, because I believe he is a person of action and integrity. I, for one, am tired of complacent politicians and entrenched bureaucrats from both parties whose motivation seems to be maintaining the status quo. Whatever their motivations, career politicians have gotten us into the stagnant mess we are in today.
To the editor, We had the honor of listening to Nick Polce, a Republican conservative candidate running for Congress. We agree with Polce on his stance regarding term limits. He believes that senators and representatives should go to Washington for six years each and then return to the private sector. This encourages problem solving for the country instead of self-interest that you see with the career politicians. This change also should include all of their staff.
To the editor, I am appalled and frightened for our democracy by President Donald Trump’s performance at his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He defended our country’s greatest adversary, Putin, and maligned our own country and its law enforcement agencies.
In August 2017 the School District of Janesville Board of Education approved the Janesville Promises (www.janesville.k12.wi.us/about-us/promises), a five-year plan developed around the core deliverable that “every student will graduate ready for college, career and life.”