Dick Steinberg has resided in the city of Brookfield for 35 years. He served 34 years as municipal judge and has been an attorney for 50 years. He enjoys tennis, golf, biking and creative writing, which includes legal issues, sports, government and people.
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This is a blog I never thought would be necessary when I first started. I am certain that this is not a one time snafu for me and the other bloggers who all work hard to create interesting and sometimes provocative commentaries. We all expect to be taken to task , criticized and even be met by an angry comment.
But any person who by proxy uses foul language and writes jokes and puns that violate the moral standards of decency should not be allowed to comment. But, we bloggers no longer have control over the comments and they go in except for reporting abuse which does not always result in a sanction.
My granddaughter, Allison 13, is a member of the Milwaukee Children's Choir thanks to her parents who drive her to rehearsals and concerts, one being at the local Wilson Center. Known as a premier children's choir with different age groups the children experience life skills and teamwork not otherwise available to them.
In a salute to our armed forces the choir sang a special rendition of the Star Spangled Banner, and I have seen them perform pop, multi-language, traditional and other music not heard elsewhere.
Sports fans in Wisconsin this weekend were treated to a series of victorious performances that were fun to watch.
1. The Milwaukee Bucks ran the Golden State Warriors of Don Nelson off the court with a big win and rookie guard Jennings set a record of 55 points held by none other than Kareem Jabbar. The Bucks are now in 1st place thanks to the record setting performance and a great team effort.
The City of Brookfield budget process needs leadership and integrity.
Last year there were major disputes in city hall that spilled out into the community about the mayor wanting to delete the DARE program which costs $25,000.
Thanksgiving is truly a family time to be with our loved ones and celebrate the wonders of our lives. It is also a time to forgive and forget and remember the memories and share with those who are unfortunate.
My memories are filled with the desire to be home while in the military and college/law school even if for only a day. It was a time of peace and comfort.