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Brian Hofmeister April 2, 2013 at 02:24 pm
Eric was a delightful young man... for the community of Lakepoint Church, and to me personally asRead More well.
Scandihovian Lady January 23, 2013 at 01:01 pm
How very tragic is the loss of life of such a young and vibrant young woman! Condolences andRead More prayers to her family and friends.
Jon Heil January 8, 2013 at 12:48 pm
Heard about the loss from Amy, Prayers go out to you and the family!
Denise Konkol (Editor) January 8, 2013 at 07:11 pm
I had wondered if there was a relation there, and then read through the family list. My thoughts andRead More prayers to you all.
The Anti-Alinsky October 26, 2012 at 09:38 pm
Shripathi Kamath wrote: "...Oh wait, what you meant to say was the rapist and the victim bothRead More exercised their free wills, and the rape was their unanimous choice?..." Not at all. Unfortunately atheists like to blame GOD for the evil that men. GOD would love to prevent a rape from happening, but to interfere would be to take away the free will HE gave all men. To take it away from one would be to take it away from all. Instead, HE will reserve his judgement and action until the time of HIS choosing, ie. when the rapist dies and stand in front of GOD for judgement. To illustrate, the rapist is violating the victims free will (choice if you will) not to be raped. In return, the Judicial System will, justifiable, "violate" the rapists free will of not being sent to prison. In other words, we as men will deliver our judgement on the rapist, but GOD will deliver a far worse judgement later. If you are indeed an atheist, then since you don't believe in GOD or HIS gift of free will, your argument is moot. It's just another way for you to try and convince Christians, Jews, Muslims and other Monotheists how intelligent you are by disproving GOD exists. But it doesn't matter. GOD will continue to exist with or without your approval!
mhazzard October 27, 2012 at 12:34 am
800 rape supporters, feel the rush!!!...
Colter95 October 27, 2012 at 05:34 pm
Consider these facts before you vote: 1. Is the economy better off now than it was four yearsRead More ago? Based on the evidence, I'd have to say no. Wages are down, the the prices of everything we buy is up. The price of gas has doubled. Good jobs are scarce. 2. Are the slight "up tics" in the economy a solid trend in the right direction? I don't think so. First, the gains are very slight. Second, I believe they are the result in the temporary stimulus by the Federal Reserve, in which they printed a lot of new money. It provides a slight bump now, but the cost will come later - after the election. Ben Bernanke is trying to save Obama's job, along with his own. 3. The continual misrepresentation of Romney on the auto bailout by the Obama administration. Obama appears to be taking complete credit for the bailout, while simultaneously saying that Romney was for liquidation of the auto industry. This is an absolute falsehood. It was Bush who initiated the bailout and TARP. Obama continued it and then expanded it, to his credit. However, Romney was one of the first to say that the industry needed to go through bankruptcy reorganization, and eventually they did exactly that. He also said that any needed loans should come from the private sector. He never said that the industry should be liquidated, or that he would deny federal funds if he were president, and private sector funds were not available. Obama lies! 4. The Benghazi coverup and lies.
Concerned Citizen June 5, 2012 at 05:16 pm
@Laura - I agree - glad we have nice weather!
Alleen Smithee June 5, 2012 at 07:39 pm
One of my customers said she saw the line and kept driving. My polling place had a long line thisRead More morning which could have been avoided if the clerk had divided up the names better. Three tables and only one had a line out the door, everyone else with last name starting with different letter voted ASAP. Ridiculous.
Denise Konkol (Editor) June 5, 2012 at 09:04 pm
Lines don't always mean a long wait, and really, pack patience anyway. Look at it as a chance toRead More talk with fellow residents. Alleen - the voter rolls can't be divided, and unfortunately not everyone walks in with A-L and M-Z evenly divided. Voting in any election is too important to give up because it may take a little longer.
Nate D. April 16, 2012 at 07:11 pm
You get credit for #3....#1 and #2 go to Walker. Don't try to bogart his accomplishments.
The Anti-Alinsky April 17, 2012 at 01:45 am
Actually Nate, Governor Walker gave local governments the ABILITY to manage their budgets byRead More enacting ACT 10 & 32. It is still up to local governments to carry those reforms out. Many are still struggling because they still roll over for the public unions. Yes, give Governor Walker credit for empowering them, but give Mayor Chiaverotti and the common council credit for carrying them out.
Noelle Lorraine April 22, 2012 at 02:32 pm
Bravo Kathy!
Concerned Person April 9, 2012 at 02:15 pm
Well done people of Muskego, we will never again have this opportunity. The cost of this land onceRead More the condos will have built might as well have been 10 million dollars, because everyone was too close minded to realize it's real value . It is priceless and will now be lost forever. This explains why this uptight city only brings in soon to be social security collectors and no new money is coming into the city. Well done.
Interested Party April 9, 2012 at 02:48 pm
To Concerned Person: I agree with you about a missed opportunity, but I disagree with you onRead More specifying "people of Muskego". The opposed were a relatively small group of closed minded individuals from the Bay Breeze condominiums and other lake residents. I refer to them as the noMls (not on MY lake). They don't want to share "their" lake with others in the community, and heaven forbid, "outsiders". They spread their misinformation to others in this community, who unfortunately swallow it up. I have heard that business that had considered building or moving to this community, feel that Muskego is unfriendly to new businesses. It is unfortunate that Muskego has been labeled as "unfriendly". I feel that the problem lies with the population that will only accept a new business if it doesn't impact them. In other words, "not in my backyard" or "not on my lake". We had this problem when Kohl's and Wal-mart wanted to build here and now the citizens will not have a park where we can actually see and use the lake because of the citizens who only consider their needs and wants, not what would be beneficial for the community.
Mary C. Steinbauer June 29, 2012 at 05:11 pm
The land where the condos now are placed was the old Muskego Beach and it was offered to the CityRead More by Mr.Masterson in the 1980s for $750,000 and citizens wanted it but the City did not. That is when J.Ingersoll bought the property
Lynnette (Cookie) and John Schuette February 17, 2012 at 10:24 pm
How sad that Scott has passed away. John and I are praying for you, Nancy and the entire family. IRead More lead the prayer and John folds his hands with me. We both say amen together. Scott will be remembered as a kind and loving person. He seemed soft spoken and a person who liked to have fun. One could only say good things about him. Now, he shall be with Bammy, Pa Pete, Bette, Lowell, Marcille, Chester, and Elmer up in Heaven. May they all rest in peace. Love and Prayers, Cookie and John Schuette
Denise Konkol (Editor) February 18, 2012 at 11:28 pm
I didn't know him, but I am amazed at the litany of service he had in community and church. That isRead More a life well lived, but still too short at 62 years of age. I am glad we could post this so he and his family could receive your wishes.
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