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Dave Zweifel: Scott Walker beneficiaries should pony up

The state workers and the teachers were required to bail out the GOP and help provide funds for corporate incentives and tax breaks. Now today, private workers are being asked to sacrifice decent wages to fix the shortfalls created by the convoluted Walker style of government.

Christian Schneider: Wisconsin Democrats look like an endangered species

While Democrats keep griping about partisan gerrymandering, they have lost sight of the fact that conservative dominance in Wisconsin has been statewide and complete. Progressives are even having trouble mustering up a candidate to run against Walker in 2018.

Bill Kaplan: Trump, a new Korean War?

The column below reflects the views of the author, and these opinions are neither endorsed nor supported by WisOpinion.com. In 1945, Korea, then a Japanese...

Tia Nelson: It’s time to renew Earth Day’s bipartisan commitment to a clean and...

No one can question the fundamental duty of government to protect the health and well-being of its citizens. Like our national security and public safety, protecting public health and the environment is a basic government responsibility.

James Rowen: For Walker, Earth Day is just another Saturday

Walker disdains Earth Day, as he also disregards the environment, also because Earth Day focuses attention on former Wisconsin Governor and its founder Gaylord Nelson.

Patrick Testin, et al: An introduction to the Wisconsin Veterans Farm Bill of 2017

Bill would bring together Wisconsin's traditions of military service and agriculture.

Chris Holman: Milking scapegoats

American farmers need to stick up for themselves and demand better for themselves, their families, their farms, and their animals. If we cannot muster the energy to do so in moments like this one, we never will. At that point, Canada won’t be around to scapegoat, and we’ll only have that reflection in the mirror to blame.

Mitch Henck: Bill O’Reilly and the politics of sexual harassment

In "Two Minutes with Mitch" radio personality Mitch Henck gives his two cents on the ouster of Bill O'Reilly from Fox News.
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‘The Insiders’: Conservative rank-and-file legislators driving Capitol discussion

The WisOpinion.com Insiders explain how conservative rank-and-file legislators are driving a lot of the discussion in the Capitol. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Counties Association and Michael Best Strategies.

Wendy Riemann: Advantageous Advocacy: The FUP

Follow-ups demonstrate a person is engaged, cares about outcomes, and is willing to pound the pavement on the issue.
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