Evers has changed his tune on key policy issues like school choice, Foxconn, abolishing the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. (WEDC), the minimum wage, and Act 10.Read More
Liberals swept to power on November 6, seizing control of all the offices up for a statewide vote – governor, attorney general, treasurer, U.S. Senate. In an especially difficult upset for conservatives, Gov. Scott Walker went down in a narrow defeat to state Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers. As they always are, this election year was packed with half-truths and outright lies, again proving the adage that a lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes. We thought 2017 had more whoppers than the front counter at a movie theater. But...Read More
Black Friday is almost upon us again, and in Wisconsin that means only one thing: an epic crime wave is about to consume the state.Read More
Families in Milwaukee buying basic items like notebooks, markers, and crayons can expect to pay anywhere from 14 to 146 percent more than Walmart shoppers in Dubuque, Iowa, and Kalamazoo, Mich.Read More
Wisconsin’s largest teachers’ union again is a national leader in membership losses.Read More
The Trump administration on Sunday approved a plan by Gov. Scott Walker to stabilize Wisconsin’s individual health insurance market by implementing a reinsurance plan for health insurers offering plans in the state.Read More
Direct primary care opens the door to potentially enormous cost savings to patients, employers, and taxpayers by introducing a seemingly quaint notion back into health care — free market economics.Read More
As we head into another election season, there’s no doubt that we’re going to hear more over-the-top claims by the left about the supposed evils of voter ID. While those attacks rely on deeply flawed extrapolations and conjecture, hard data points us to a real concern.Read More
Even though 3,871 voters across the state couldn’t be verified, only 954 were referred to the local district attorneys.Read More
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