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Vos, Fitzgerald to state ethics, elections chiefs: Resign

Republican legislative leaders are seeking resignations from the chief staffers of the state Elections and Ethics commissions, citing “concerns over partisan influence remaining” from their predecessor, the former Government Accountability Board. > Wisconsin State Journal

Geerhardus Vos on the Eschatology of the Sabbath

“The principle underlying the Sabbath is formulated in the Decalogue itself. It consists in this, that man must copy God in his course of life. The divine creative work complete itself in six days, whereupon the seventh followed as a day of rest for God. 484 more words


Cap Times: Open the records on complaints about lawmakers

Amazingly, Republicans and Democrats in Wisconsin’s Legislature are in agreement. Republican Assembly speaker Robin Vos and Democrat Assembly Minority Leader Gordon Hintz announced they would not release any information on behavioral complaints involving legislators or their staffs, exhibiting an amazing willingness to embrace bipartisanship when it comes to taking care of their own. > Cap Times


Vos achtervolgt me deze week net iets meer dan gewoonlijk, bij deze

En ’t lijkt zo ellendig lang
tot ik wakker word
niet langer droom… 68 more words


Walker administration, Assembly Speaker highlight sexual harassment policies

Gov. Walker’s administration is reminding agency leaders about state policies on sexual harassment, and Assembly Speaker Robin Vos is calling a mandatory meeting for staff to discuss sexual harassment reporting processes.  24 more words

Review: Dark Disciple

Title: Dark Disciple
or: Christie Golden
Genre: Sci-Fi
Version: Hardback
Page Count: 302
Publisher: Del Rey
Synopsis: GoodReads
Notable Notables: New Canon Tie-In, Anti-Hero Protag… 642 more words


Wisconsin Gazette: Let students refinance their loans

After you’ve bought a house, you can refinance your mortgage when a lower interest rate is available. But Wisconsinites with student loans are prevented from taking advantage of lower interest rates because state law doesn’t allow it. 18 more words