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When No Words Are Needed About Our Priorities

January 26, 2020

With cloudy skies and January-like temperatures, we are spending a low-key Sunday in Madison.  With the heavy load of news this past week I am drinking coffee and catching up on the newspapers.   The world is, without my pointing it out to my readers, a rather unsettled place.   It can be rough, crude, toxic, and unforgiving.   But I must say it does not get more showcased for all that, and more, then from the pages of Friday’s Mansion section of The Wall Street Journal.

From the front page.  It is a story about the excess wealth that the Koch Brothers have used to buy hundreds of millions of dollars of luxury properties.

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From the third page. A former auto executive’s home is now for sale.

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From the fifth page.

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