Bill Wineke

Wineke: Roger Olsen lived Christianity

If you were to Google the name “Roger Olsen” you would turn up two or three entries, one of them noting he was pastor of Grace Church in New Glarus and the other announcing he was speaking at another church.

Wineke: APT, MSO join in midwinter concert

One valued highlight of the Madison cultural scene is the annual “Beyond the Score” concert of the Madison Symphony Orchestra and actors from Spring Green’s American Players Theatre.

Wineke: Don't pray for Trump?

Of all the resentments President Donald Trump seems to have against Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, none seems to bug him more than Pelosi's claim that she "prays for him every day."

Wineke: Touch Trump and die?

A couple of years ago a Republican operative named Rick Wilson wrote a book asserting that "Everything Trump Touches Dies."

Wineke: 'Prosperity gospel' is ongoing heresy

In the midst of all the other controversies this week, President Trump announced that Florida preacher Paula White will be the new spiritual adviser to his Office of Public Liaison.

Wineke: 'La traviata' shows Madison Opera's class

One way to explain how much the Madison opera scene has improved since the 1980s is that I was once allowed to sing in a performance of Giuseppe Verdi's "La traviata" and was applauded for my efforts.

Wineke: Trump's moat won't float

The real question dividing Americans today isn't whether President Donald Trump should be impeached, but whether Trump proposed defending our southern border with a moat.