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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Mayor Ponto is correct in the way he is handling the high speed rail issue. He is doing what he was elected to do. Protect the taxpayers interests. It has been a long time since that happened.
In the very complex financial picture is the big picture. Why here? What are our benefits ? Who pays for it ? Are the roads big and safe enough ? What priority does the Police and Fire Depts. give to the passengers who are out where there is no public transportation and virtually no where to go.
PACKER COACH MCCARTHY LOST ANOTHER GAME BY NOT TAKING A FIELD GOAL FROM THE ONE INCH LINE. INSTEAD HE SCRAPPED THE RUN AND THREW THE PASS THAT WENT ASTRAY. THAT FIELD GOAL WOULD HAVE GIVEN THE PACK A WIN. HE SHOULD HAVE RUN 3 TIMES AND IF NOT A TD THEN KICK THE FIELD GOAL
VINCE LOMBARDI LOVED THE FIELD GOAL AND TOOK IT AT EVERY OPPORTUNITY. LOOK AT THE SCORES UNDER HIM. AND HE HAD GREAT RUNNERS.
In the upcoming elections the pols/politicians who are seeking office have relied on generic party slogans which maybe are safe but do not face the needs in our present era. In my opinion they depend on the public too much and promise to do too little. Their idea is to keep repeating themes like lower taxes until we believe it.