Apr 6th, 2010 by Ted Bobrow
Different civilizations have developed all kinds of rituals for celebrating Spring but can any compare to the first day of the baseball season?
Apr 3rd, 2010 by Ted Bobrow
Opponents claim that a higher standard for renewable energy would wreck the state's economy but promoting wind and solar power creates jobs and is patriotic.
Mar 31st, 2010 by Ted Bobrow
We teach our children about consequences, but nobody is being held accountable for the failure of Milwaukee's schools.
Mar 26th, 2010 by Ted Bobrow
Joseph Zilber and Frederick Pabst are undoubtedly together watching with great interest what will become of the prominent land just north of the county courthouse.
Mar 24th, 2010 by Ted Bobrow
History will give Barack Obama credit for passing health care reform but the Vice President delivered the day's most colorful soundbite.
Mar 19th, 2010 by Ted Bobrow
The nation seems divided on health care reform, but doing nothing won't make anybody happy.
Mar 18th, 2010 by Ted Bobrow
Whether traveling for business or pleasure, staying in Wisconsin is good for your bottom line... and the state's.
Mar 10th, 2010 by Ted Bobrow
A regional approach to southeastern Wisconsin's transit needs makes sense. Time will tell if the state legislature agrees.
Mar 5th, 2010 by Ted Bobrow
Ted Bobrow sits down with Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett to talk about his campaign to become Wisconsin's next governor
Mar 4th, 2010 by Ted Bobrow
New jobs are always welcome, but these recent announcements are particularly good news.
Mar 2nd, 2010 by Ted Bobrow
The Senator says he will even support reconciliation to pass it - as long as the rules are followed
Feb 24th, 2010 by Ted Bobrow
Architect Howard Roark may be a heroic figure, but he's fictional. In the real world, government has an important role to play.