RightWisconsin Editor James Wigderson, calling from Madison, joined the Steve Scaffidi Show on WTMJ-AM on Monday to discuss the relationship between Governor-elect Tony Evers and Assembly Speaker Robin Vos.Read More
Wigderson, Adams and Scaffidi also talked about Milwaukee’s last-minute absentee ballots, different sides of the “Trump Effect,” Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s victory over state Sen. Leah Vukmir (R-Brookfield), healthcare as an issue, pent-up Democratic anger, and the effect of the Baldwin-Vukmir race on the other campaigns.Read More
Wigderson on Scaffidi: Final Pre-Election Day Thoughts on Walker, Vukmir, Schimel, Steil, Duffy, Grothman, Kooyenga
WTMJ’s Steve Scaffidi and RightWisconsin Editor James Wigderson covered a lot of ground in this special pre-election conversation.Read More
RightWisconsin asked a number of sharp-eyed political observers to stick their necks out to predict the results of Tuesday’s elections in Wisconsin. Predictions are not guarantees so, please, no wagering on the election.Read More
You don’t only owe Dale an apology, but you owe all of us an apology. This is just another example of divisive, negative politics tearing us apart. Be better.Read More
Wigderson on Scaffidi: Evers and Plagiarism, Tammy Baldwin’s Music Tastes, and Which Democrat is Not Coming to Town?
“What’s interesting to me is how Evers is not holding anyone accountable in his agency,” Wigderson said. “It’s kind of the way Evers works. He doesn’t hold schools accountable when they’re failing. He doesn’t hold his own staff accountable when they do things that are wrong. And that would be the kind of governor he would be.”Read More
Wigderson on Scaffidi: Josh Kaul, Vukmir-Baldwin, Evers’ Tax Cut, Walker’s Education Spending, and Shorewood Kept Mockingbird Alive
“Tony Evers talking about tax cuts is like Bill Clinton talking about fidelity in marriage,” Wigderson said.Read More
What is the state of the race for governor? Is Governor Scott Walker really behind, and should we get used to the idea of “Governor Tony Evers?”Read More
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) should follow the lead of state Sen. Leah Vukmir (R-Brookfield) and demand that the Senate vote to confirm Kavanaugh as soon as Senate procedures allow. Any delay now would be an unconscionable and unpardonable injustice.Read More
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