Liberal journalist John Nichols vowed to wipe conservatives out of Wisconsin history books.Read More
In a night when multiple elections appeared to come down to slim margins, most of the school district referendum questions were handily approved.Read More
At $30.2 billion in 2019, universal health care would nearly double the state’s annual budget, drastically increasing taxes.Read More
Madison’s costly broadband-for-all dream has gone out “with a whimper and not with a bang.”Read More
Just how Evers plans to fund it all remains a bit murky, but one thing is certain: Somebody would have to pay for the candidate’s government expansion plans.Read More
Through these programs, students can take college-level courses at their high school or at an institution of higher learning.Read More
Taxpayers shelled out nearly $437 million for administrator salaries in the 2017-2018 academic year, according to new data from the Department of Public Instruction.Read More
The city of Madison spent a half million dollars of taxpayer money on a failed pilot program to bring broadband to four low-income neighborhoods.Read More
The city of Madison and its pursuit of a broadband-for-all, Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) initiative may well fit the definition of insanity.Read More
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