Did RUSD Board Form A “Shadow” Committee?

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IF AT FIRST YOU DON’T SUCCEED… A few years after the last failed referendum of $85 million, the Racine Unified Board of Education decided to pursue their latest referendum drive – this time for $128 million. Their last three attempts have … Continued

Superintendent Haws Hits the “Reply” Button… to the Wrong Parent

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POLITICKING ON SCHOOL GROUNDS On October 22nd, a parent/teacher meeting at Starbuck School for an engineering program hosted Michael Frontier, a school board member to discuss the pending referendum vote with parents and students. His appearance was accompanied by the distribution of two-sided flyers … Continued

Racine Journal Times Shames Itself, Insults Readers

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For the second time in a week, the Journal Times of Racine, WI has shamed itself through bad journalism and insulted its readers by arrogantly wagging its finger at us about a single fact we’ve used among many, while refusing to print … Continued

The Time Has Come (Again) For Caledonia

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WE’VE BEEN TOLD NO BEFORE In 1842 the Town of Caledonia was established after it had grown beyond a few farms to an actual community. Governor Doty of the Wisconsin Territory signed into law the creation of what would one … Continued

Creating New Trade Zones Could Revolutionize and Bolster National Security

Gov. Perry has a Bold Idea… For 100 years, the United States has taken living on this planet for granted; we have been the leader in culture, economic growth and military security. That changed over the last two decades as … Continued