Results tagged with 'climate change'
Published June 21, 2016
You can name any of 100 issues that divide Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, but if I had to choose one that is most representative of the difference between the two, both as people and as candidates, climate change would be at the top of the list.
Published Dec. 2, 2014
It's December, we're deep into this year's War on Christmas -- you have probably been Happy Holidays-ed repeatedly in the last week -- and it's easy, under fire like that, to forget about the many other ongoing wars and the casualties inflicted in them.
Published May 4, 2014
Is disappointing weather enough of a reason to move from Milwaukee? This is the question asked of the Social Circle this week, and for some, it is. For others, it's a small price to pay for other great aspects of the city.
Published June 9, 2013
The slow start to summer has disgruntled a lot of people. Has spring disappeared in Milwaukee? Are the summers shorter? The winters less snowy?
Published Jan. 17, 2013
Our winter is a part of our identity. It's part of what we sell to people to come to Wisconsin. It's how we try to make people think that sub-zero wind chill is a joyous event that we can all celebrate with a romp in a snowbank followed by hot chocolate or spiced rum and a roaring fire. But where, oh where, has our winter gone?
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Monday January 6th, 2014 – Island Lake, IL If I ever have a chance to meet Al Gore in person, there better be an extra set of Secret Service agents on duty because I want a piece of that halfwit. I want to ball up both fists and make it rain bolo punches on his skull until o...
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