“With all of her experience with being a Senator, she clearly wasn’t prepared last night,” 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
Was Mandela Barnes being calculating when he said President Donald Trump is trying to create a “superior race” or is this a case of a small-time politician not ready for a bigger stage?Read More
This week on an abbreviated segment on the Steve Scaffidi show on WTMJ, RightWisconsin Editor James Wigderson and Scaffidi spoke about the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.Read More
Is the media being fair on the Lincoln Hills story? Why does Ed Wall get a pass? Does anyone care about this issue?Read More
RightWisconsin Editor James Wigderson joined WTMJ’s Steve Scaffidi to talk about Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI)’s criticisms of the tax cuts.Read More
On his weekly appearance on the Steve Scaffidi show on WTMJ-AM, RightWisconsin Editor James Wigderson discussed the legacy of Sen. John McCain (R-AZ).Read More
“His campaign later tried to backtrack on it, but when Tony Evers says sure, a dollar per gallon is on the table, that’s going to haunt him between ow and November.”Read More
Our friends at the MacIver Institute captured the highlights of last week’s protests, including the “non-partisan” Wisconsin Democracy Campaign Executive Director Matt Rothschild’s rant against capitalism, Trump and fascist sperm and eggs.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