Will Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders win the Wisconsin presidential primary? Let us know your thoughts in a new WisOpinion poll.
Regular elections are a symbol of both the strength of our civil institutions and ability to come together under the most trying of circumstances.
Still won’t use Defense Production Act to ramp up production. Baldwin pushes for action.
Asking for help is not a sign of weakness. It is not a failure. It is, in fact, the opposite.
As perhaps the single most liberal, soft-on-crime judge on the single most liberal, soft-on-crime court in the state, Karofsky has repeatedly bent over backwards to not hold violent criminals accountable.
Judge Karofsky is prepared to serve on the Supreme Court and deserves an overwhelming victory.
The amendment, commonly known as Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin, seeks to strengthen the rights of crime victims to ensure their rights are equal alongside those of the accused. No more, no less.
Imagine the potential psychological and human toll if this shutdown continues indefinitely, unemployment reaches 20% or higher, as some now predict, and we sink into a deep recession or depression.
Many states doing better, data suggests. Milwaukee County looks behind, too.
Is it really wise or noble to sacrifice our way of life, even for a moment, in an effort to save a small percentage of the population-- when it seems possible, and perhaps even probable, we are not even pursuing the most effective strategies to protect that vulnerable, small percentage of our population? We should stop conceding our right and duty to think and decide on such questions to the health experts who occupy unelected offices.
In recent weeks, some northern Wisconsin counties have drawn a COVID-19 line asking visitors to stay away—the opposite of the welcoming and inviting messages they have spent millions of dollars sending over decades—and threatening those that do come.
It's no wonder he's been elected for 64 years. He has stood for what's good about Wisconsin and its people.
The television ads urging support for Marsy’s Law to grant equal rights to crime victims may sound reasonable. But a careful review of Marsy’s Law and the grave damage that enacting it could do to every accused citizen’s constitutional rights is anything but reasonable — it is dangerous.
All over the state, private and public charter schools are rallying to not only continue to provide educational services, but to care for their community.
There are many thousands of coronavirus cases and a rising death toll in the Midwest.