Despite Evers’ broad statements regarding that “there is more to an economy than jobs creation,” Democrats and Evers seemed to be very concerned about those numbers a few months ago.Read More
While a bill hasn’t been drafted, the mention of support of a potential bill has already caught the attention of gun rights advocates and counter protesters in Madison over the weekend.Read More
While the mainstream media refuses to acknowledge the movie, it has made its way into the Top 10 movies in the country on its opening weekend.Read More
Lindgren’s defense of Evers stands in stark contrast to her harsh criticism of Department of Public Instruction (DPI) actions at the time of the Harris case.Read More
Absent candor on key issues, the source of much of his campaign funding may give the best indicator of what voters could expect of Kaul as Attorney General.Read More
While Pope blames Walker for the “deteriorating state” of the DOC, under the governor the percent of non-compliant registered sex offenders has decreased.Read More
Despite what Dan Kohl tells the camera, his history tells a different story.Read More
Following his victory in the Democratic primary for governor Tuesday night, Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers made big promises on education but omitted any plans for funding them in his victory speech.Read More
What was the cost to Marquette University after the nearly four year battle?Read More
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