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Observation & Opinion – The March of Unity

by Bill Sell Dear I walked this morning with thousands of Milwaukeeans, mostly Latinos, protesting the criminalization of immigrants. I believe the march was the largest in my own memory, perhaps, even larger than the vast throng that turned out in honor of Martin Luther King shortly after his assassination. The massive turnout was mostly […]

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Journal Sentinel Out of Touch with Milwaukee Neighborhoods, Politics

by George F. Sanders

The recent aldermanic endorsement of every single incumbent by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel indicates how out of touch the big paper is about what is really going on in Milwaukee. Most egregious was its endorsement of the12th Ward incumbent even though terming him “a big disappointment . . . in the hope that he will ascend the learning curve more rapidly in a second term.”