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Desensitized To Hate?

This image just makes me cringe. Why would someone be proud to have someone hate them?

Is this is where we are now? Let’s poke the other guy with a stick and say “It’s not that my views are better, but wait, THEY ARE BETTER because they cause you to hate me?” 602 more words

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Warbler Gallery Opening Tonight

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel covered our Warbler Gallery Opening. Go here to read about it, and other things regarding birds in spring.

Sleeker, Cohesive Album: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Danny Gokey

“Following an awkward attempt at a country career, Milwaukee native and “American Idol” season eight finalist rebranded himself as a Christian pop singer”

With an opener like that, you can guess it can be hard to please a hometown critic… but things do get better. 92 more words

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Local and national news now with 360-degree video and virtual reality content.

From critically acclaimed storytelling, photography, videos, full 360-degree experiences and virtual reality, we’re now able to not only tell the news, but allow you to be completely immersed in it. 389 more words

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Upcoming Appearance: Edgerton Sterling North Book and Film Festival

In case you missed it, my column on small town life is posted online in today’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.  If you’d like to talk with me about it, stop by at the Sterling North Book and Film Festival. 16 more words

North Of The Tension Line

In Praise of Small Towns

My column that will appear in Sunday’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

A writer in a national magazine recently theorized that small town voters who are worried about the deterioration of American culture are “insular” and unenlightened, stuck in the past, resistant to progress. 547 more words

North Of The Tension Line