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WisOpinion.com: ‘The Insiders’ examine the political impact of impeachment on Wisconsin voters

With an historic House vote on impeachment of President Trump looming, the WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, examine the political impact on Wisconsin voters. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Counties Association and Michael Best Strategies.

Paul Fanlund: Turning the page on the politics of resentment

A UW-Madison program that links university students and faculty with Wisconsin communities seeking research assistance is gaining traction.

Matt Kittle: Democrats looking to kill Voter ID laws

The Democrat-controlled House last week passed the “Voting Rights Advancement Act.” It’s the latest in a line of noble-sounding legislation that cedes more power to the federal government and erodes election integrity.

Michael Rosen and Jeffrey Sommers: To address African American poverty, Milwaukee must support union...

If Milwaukee’s corporate leadership is sincere in wanting to address the city’s segregation and African American poverty, it needs to support the Fight for $15 living wage movement, recognize the right for workers to organize unions and engage in collective bargaining and support increased investments in public and public higher education.

Gregg Walker and Richard Moore: Stand up for the U.S., stand up for the...

It's way past time for the lip service we've been given for decades. As Wisconsin prospers, so should northern Wisconsin and all the citizens of the state.

Connor Norris and Edward Timmons: A missed chance for bipartisanship on licensure reform

Gov. Evers vetoes bill that would have helped aspiring certified nursing aides and eased CNA shortage in Wisconsin.

Margaret Krome: Trump’s new food stamps policy is shameful

Instead of punishing those who work hard under adverse circumstances not of their own making, we need policies supporting them as they struggle to climb to higher income levels.

Vicki McKenna: Racism 2.0: The making of a racist

Using America’s historical sins, her people’s passionate penance for those sins — and their longing for absolution, the left has turned racism inside-out, cloaked it in virtue and weaponized it for the cause of destroying the fabric of this nation.

Bruce Murphy: Journal Sentinel veterans vanishing

Seven more journalists leaving, including some big names, as paper shrinks further.

James Rowen: Rural Wisconsin water cleanup has murky future

Without a change in the make-up of the CAFO-loving Legislature, substantive relief is still years away.

Matt Kittle: WMC Report: Taxpayers taxed twice by local lobbying

Local governments are spending millions of your tax dollars on private lobbyists to beg state government for even more of your money, according to a new report by Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce.

David Blaska: Impeachment: Now more than a T-shirt under the holiday tree

Democrats have settled on abuse of power and obstruction of Congress — charges sufficiently vague and ambiguous as to be dismissed by any local municipal court.

Gregory Humphrey: Democrats not gloating, serious nature about impeachment dominates

Democrats are not gloating. We know how serious constitutional process is, and what happens when it is not followed.

Barry Orton: Save us, Jim Sensenbrenner

Sensenbrenner is in a unique position to make the Trump impeachment inquiry and its public hearings truly bipartisan, and greatly increase the chances of a Senate conviction of President Trump.

Patty Schachtner: Preventing rural homelessness

The column below reflects the views of the author, and these opinions are neither endorsed nor supported by WisOpinion.com. As I joined my family around...
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