Turning plenty into scarcity
Abbi Debelack: Elmbrook School Board tables controversial equity non-negotiables that resemble critical race theory
Elmbrook parents speak up to earn major victory but wary critical race theory is already in the classroom.
At this crucial moment for this project — and for infrastructure in America, more broadly — what do highway expansion opponents in Milwaukee and Wisconsin have to say?
A decades-old pipeline called Line 3, run by the Canadian company Enbridge, is in the midst of a controversial upgrade. That has sparked fierce resistance from Indigenous communities living along the route.
While portions of riot-ravaged Kenosha were still smoldering, Gov. Tony Evers’ health czar fired off an agency-wide email on “Advancing Equity” at the Department of Health Services.
If anything they helped Trump, an analysis of state election results show.
Flynn and other pro-Trump crackpots are getting more dangerous every day.
The controversy has followed its usual pattern for Johnson: say something controversial, get the blowback, then run around like a martyr to paranoia complaining that “cancel culture” is out to get him.
“TitletownTech” is a 13,000-square-foot hub that is home to 20 emerging companies, a $25-million investment fund, three main floors of tech-enhanced space and the dreams of entrepreneurs who are finding their footing in northeast Wisconsin.
With the opportunity to address the challenges facing our flagship university, we are baffled to see state lawmakers delay the enumeration of the vital College of Engineering building.
We should not be willing to accept the Joint Finance Committee’s decision to harm our K-12 school system at a time when the state has the resources to support the increases in funding Go. Tomy Evers proposed.
Working to roll back voting protections, roll back voter engagement and roll the country back to circa 1950, all while wrapping themselves in the flag and faith, Wisconsin Republicans have decided to try and maintain power at all costs.
In a world where the Republican Party has gone mad, the most important county party in the state is leading the way.
I don’t like much of what the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty does, but they’re dead right to challenge discrimination.
Rather than crack down on large gatherings and rowdy behavior by flooding the city with police officers during the late-night hours, Milwaukee seems content to let the party keep moving. Now, though, it’s reached downtown—the crown jewel of Barrett’s failed empire—and one wonders whether he will finally be motivated to crack down on the lawlessness that has engulfed the rest of his city.