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Bruce Murphy: Where are wage gains Ryan promised?

Companies aren't delivering -- and never promised -- the salary hikes Republicans touted.

Heather Smith: Gov. Walker’s common sense welfare reforms

Critics are wrong, it's all about workforce readiness.

Mitch Henck: Whose fault is Facebook privacy scandal really?

In "Two Minutes with Mitch" radio personality Mitch Henck gives his two cents on reports that the data of Facebook users were compromised in order to sway elections.

WisOpinion.com: ‘The Insiders’ discuss Walker’s welfare reform efforts

The Insiders, Jensen & Chvala, reflect on Gov. Scott Walker's welfare reform efforts and how they compare to what Tommy Thompson and Democrats did in the 1990s. Sponsored by Michael Best Strategies and the Wisconsin Counties Association.

WisOpinion Poll: Should Mount Pleasant be allowed to use eminent domain to acquire land...

The Village of Mount Pleasant is considering declaring an area slated for Foxconn development as blighted in order to use eminent domain to acquire the land from property owners unwilling to sell.

Jerry Bader: Dallet loves her some ‘San Francisco values’

Judge Rebecca Dallet, a candidate for the Wisconsin Supreme Court, told an audience at a fundraiser for her in San Francisco, CA, that her campaign is an effort to bring their values back to Wisconsin.

Bill Lueders: Supreme deception

High court contender Michael Screnock says his rival, Rebecca Dallet,is a judicial activist and he’s not. Really?

George Mitchell: WisDOT secretary’s declining credibility

An element of magical thinking drives the narrative that WisDOT has entered an era of new-found frugality and prudent management. It is reinforced by half-truths. It diminishes the credibility so essential in working with legislators and the public to address Wisconsin’s transportation revenue challenge.

Dave Cieslewicz: Save the state treasurer

It’s an uphill battle for those fighting an amendment to eliminate the state treasurer’s office. It’s always hard when you are trying to convince someone that they really need to keep something they didn’t know they had.

Jesse Kremer: Why have Wisconsin conservatives become afraid of their own shadows?

It is time for Wisconsin Republicans to wake up and realize that we need to continue telling our stories and discussing real common sense fixes.

Noah Williams: The proposed tax rebate and tax holiday would spur consumption

In total, the proposed policies should lead to an increase in consumption in Wisconsin of roughly $370 million over the next year and an increase in output of roughly the same size.

Dave Zweifel: Money trail leads to Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce

Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce secretly raised and spent $33 million between January 2006 and December 2017, the Democracy Campaign reported, most of it on broadcast ads to support conservative Republicans and to smear their Democratic opponents. Walker has been the top beneficiary with $9.5 million.

Patrick Testin: New opportunities for Wisconsin farmers

Wisconsin farmers feed the world – and I hope you’ll join me in offering them thanks and support.

Steven Walters: Supreme Court rewrites flowage property rights

Restricts ability to build piers. Dissenting judges say it’s an issue for legislators.

Matt Rothschild: Koch Volunteer of the Year helps sink Wisconsin marine sanctuary

When Gov. Scott Walker rescinded his nomination for a federal designation of a marine sanctuary north of Milwaukee on March 6, he caught a lot of people by surprise.
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