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Moe parrots common Democrat talking points

Dear Editor:

Terrance Moe wrote a letter in the July 2 News-Review titled “It’s easy to play with numbers to support false conclusions” in response to a letter I had written contrasting the Jim Doyle/Mary Burke failures with Gov. Scott Walker’s success.

Mr. Moe’s letter parrots common liberal Democrat talking points. I will paraphrase and comment on them to save space.

“Gov. Walker is under an ongoing criminal

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 12:31 PM
 
ATVs would threaten wildlife, quiet in Vilas

Dear Editor:

You may be surprised to learn that on July 2 the Vilas County Forestry, Recreation and Land Committee voted to recommend to the full board an amendment to the current 15-year Forest Management Plan, removing certain language which has, up to this time, prevented all-terrain vehicle (ATV) traffic on Vilas County lands and public roads.

Additionally, the committee has drafted an amendment to the County Code of Ordinances, cancelling the 2004 Resolution, which the board had passed after the countywide referendum vote of 2004 that showed that 63% of voters in Vilas County were opposed to

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 12:31 PM
 
Obstructing, blaming not helping economy

Letter to the Editor:

Until the Iraq War happened, I was gullible. I believed that the leaders of this country had the best interests of the country at heart. During the lead-up to that war, something changed in me and I said “No,” these people are not doing this for the good of this country.

As I learned, so learned the instigators of the war. They learned that if you have not made the American people believe in your plan, it is because you have not repeated your plan enough times and in enough places and in enough ways.

Ten years later, they have gotten

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 12:30 PM
 
Another ATV referendum not needed in Vilas County

Letter to the Editor:

Letter to all Vilas County supervisors:

The 2004 referendum and resulting resolution is obsolete for the following reasons. First, it was a nonbinding referendum only.

Second, it was the result of a two-year anti-all-terrain vehicle (ATV) campaign heavily financed by outside sources.

Third, with the 2010 recognition of ATVs

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 12:30 PM
 
ATV trails would help the outdoor experience

Letter to the Editor:

Open letter to the Vilas County Board of Supervisors:

I would like you to vote for the resolution to amend the 15-year Vilas County Forest Plan to allow all-terrain vehicles (ATV) and utility task vehicles (UTV) on designated trails at the county board meeting July 22, 2014.

My daughter is an amputee. She is unable to walk any distance,

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 12:29 PM
 
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