Evers may be the governor-elect, but he will only control one part of state government. That has consequences, too.Read More
Farms hosting weddings and other events are escaping the attention of a legislative committee that had targeted them for more regulation, but only because they are being threatened on another front.Read More
Wisconsin Right to Life Executive Director Heather Weininger is already seeing signs that Governor-elect Tony Evers will be just as pro-abortion in his administration appointments as he was on the campaign trail.Read More
Judge Maria Lazar announced Monday that she will not be running for the Wisconsin Supreme Court in 2019 and is endorsing Judge Brian Hagedorn instead.Read More
You may think about pilgrims, Squanto and the Charlie Brown Thanksgiving special. The Department of Military Affairs hears “Thanksgiving” and thinks fire and destruction.Read More
In “How to Have a Conversation With Your Angry Uncle Over Thanksgiving,” Tamerius creates a bunch of no-win (if you’re a conservative) conversation paths similar to the “build your own adventure” books for children. At the end of the process, everyone at the family Thanksgiving table will be in favor of nationalized health care, higher taxes, forced unionization, and even rooting for the Detroit Lions.Read More
Returning to where his career began, outgoing Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel is being appointed as a Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge by Governor Scott Walker.Read More
Also discussed, the transition to Governor-elect Tony Evers and the end of the pro-business era in Wisconsin. Will Evers have an impact on Foxconn?Read More
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#Wisconsin wedding barn owners deserve certainty that the government isn't going to impose costly regulations on them.
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WI farmers have enough challenges w/out being forced to buy another license to serve beer in their private barns at a wedding. Excessive licensing is one of many tools used by politicians to increase their power & reduce yours. Great work @WILawLiberty. https://t.co/Pdpb8Alw9D