Dave Blaska

We remember Wiggie

Even if he had never served in public office, he would have been one of the best-known personalities in the Madison area for operating Wiggie’s tavern at 1901 Aberg Avenue, in the shadow of the now-shuttered Oscar Mayer plant, where he was once a proud worker and union steward.

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@WILL on Twitter

10 hours ago
WILL in @WSJopinion in 2018 urging delisting of gray wolves in Wisconsin. | Wolves attack Wisconsin with Washington’s help, writes Cori Petersen of @WILawLiberty https://t.co/RH9lhIATLo via @WSJ
12 hours ago
“Working with a reform-minded Legislature, we enacted bold policies in Wisconsin that led to more people working than ever before, and public assistance that was more like a trampoline and less like a hammock." - @ScottWalker on results in WILL study

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16 hours ago
"Inflation-adjusted spending has increased while NAEP scores stagnate."

1 day ago
Even as spending per student has increased in Wisconsin, #NAEP scores have remained stagnant. More money is not the solution for Wisconsin schools. #wiright #SchoolChoice https://t.co/uDip2TPlBX WILawLiberty photo

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