I liked it better when we celebrated Lincoln and Washington’s birthdays. I’m not sure a president should be celebrated just for getting elected. He should have to do something, take a courageous stand maybe.
But I’m celebrating Presidents Day anyway, because I am glad we have 4-year, two-term max, presidents rather than hereditary monarchs, Presidents for life, Beloved Leaders or whatever else dictators call themselves.
The citizens of Wisconsin are showing there governor that he is an elected public servant subject to the laws of the land. He cannot arbitrarily cancel contracts or take away the rights of teachers and other state employees to representation.
I am ashamed at house of representatives in my state who think that punishing the children for the sins of the fathers and mothers will somehow improve the economy.
Maybe the state senate will be wiser and more compassionate.
Children who came to this country under the age of 18, regardless of the circumstances, broke no law. They grew up here, they have no other home. If they stayed in school, stayed out of trouble, and graduated from high school, they should be welcome in our state’s colleges.
I hope one of our state legislators will introduce a law requiring citizenship class in high school for students who do not have legal citizenship. I suppose states cannot grant U.S. citizenship, but they could grant a certificate of state citizenship to all students who graduate from high school in one of the state’s public schools.