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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Bin Ladin and Hitler. Both died as enemies of the USA. Both were violent killers of the innocent. Both were hiding when killed. It does no good to see pictures of the now dead killer of humanity. To release a picture of a half blown off head only will incite those who are already incited. It would be below the dignity of the USA to rub it in to those who need no further reason to condemn us for killing him execution style. It would be exploited by t-shirt images, background for dark music and give our children bad thoughts. I trust the USA and the Navy Seals.If the Navy Seals say they killed him, to be sure they killed him.
Yes,there is a serious problem with a faction of a religious sect. But that was the case with the Crusades.
Sports in Short.
Brewers. starting pitching now in rotation. need a big winning streak to catch up. never thought that parra coming back was meaningfull. only one lefty on roster now. braddock will be back too. another lefty much needed. fielder and braun cannot do it all. need mcghee and hart to start hitting soon. surprise so far is betencourt at ss.
This headline story in the JS on Sunday May 8, 2011 caught my eye. It is written by George Will a columnist for the Washington Post and well known political analyst.
you can read it for yourself . the parts that stand out are herein stated.
Yes, Brewer pitching is now A+. that means perfect and you cannot expect them to continue to be perfect but you can now project a pitching staff that early season visions were made of.
During the off season two key trades quickly made the Brewers a better team. the payoff is now coming to fruition. April sceptics were already critical about the value of the newly tooled pitching staff. spring training woes and nagging injuries hampered the pitcing staff, both starters and relievers.