Had Evers announced that his “Safer at Home” order has worked great at ‘flattening the curve’, he could’ve taken credit for the low numbers of COVID-19 cases we’re seeing.Read More
When Snow argued, and won, her case before the Supreme Court, Abrahamson actually voted against Snow in the decision.Read More
While judicial races are technically non-partisan, I don’t think it’s a coincidence that Sempf joined the Dodge County GOP just in time to announce his candidacy.Read More
As we head into RPW2019, we have to get up off the mat, look at what went wrong, what went right, make appropriate adjustments, dust ourselves off and get to work.Read More
In what appears to be a move of revenge from the disgruntled former sheriff of Dodge County, Dodge County Sheriff’s Lieutenant James Ketchem of Horicon filed nomination papers to challenge incumbent Sheriff Dale Schmidt in the August Republican primary.Read More
The answer isn’t to punish the good Republicans – it’s to send more good Republicans to Washington.Read More
While the left and right argue over gun control, the Second Amendment, and what we as a broader society need to do; we’re arguing over long-term solutions that never happen anyway. Securing our schools and not accepting that our schools have to be killing fields is a way to fight back immediately.Read More
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Similarly, a comparable @NevadaPolicyRI analysis found that Nevada's prevailing-wage rates were ~60% higher than market rates.
Looking for ways to narrow the #Coronavirus budget gap? Abolishing prevailing-wage mandates is a good place to start...
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