As I See It is Wisconsin’s only daily radio editorial, a staple on WIZM since 1971. Hosted by WIZM’s Scott Robert Shaw, the feature has won numerous awards from the Wisconsin Broadcaster’s Association as the best editorial in Wisconsin. Feel free to share your comments. Tell us how you see it!
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Many Republican candidates are running on the issue of personal safety. While Democrats hope to make the November election about abortion, Republicans are again relying on the “we’re tougher on crime” approach. Their tv ads show shadowy figures doing bad things while suggesting only their party can keep people safe. But we haven’t heard much […]
Since the Supreme Court decision, there have been many serious and difficult decisions about abortion. Moms have talked to their daughters, women have talked to their doctors, others have taken part in rallies. In Kansas, voters got to have a direct say on the matter when they rejected a measure that would have allowed that […]
It used to be so much simpler. On election day, we would proudly go to our local polling place, step behind a curtain, and pull a lever to indicate our political preferences. Whether our candidate won or lost, we accepted the outcome and moved on. When there was a tie, the candidates drew straws. Oh, […]
In the summer of 1962, the La Crosse County Board okayed plans for a brand new courthouse and jail, to be built a couple of blocks up the street from the existing courthouse built 60 years earlier. The expected cost, just over 2 million dollars. Even at that price, the county was looking for ways […]
It may be an Olympic year, but it’s not a leap year. February 29th in history has been memorable on occasion. On that day in 1940, “Gone With the Wind” won the Oscar for best picture…and a big band hit was number 1 on the charts: On February 29th, 1940, ”In the Mood” […]
In 2017, Central High School won its first state basketball championship since 1925. The final score of that game was 55-53, against Cedarburg — a very high-scoring contest compared to March of 1925, when the La Crosse High School defeated Shawano at Madison in what one newspaper described as a game with ‘cautious playing’ on […]