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One of the most puzzling pieces of our fragmented politics is the propensity of our elected public officials to completely ignore what is clearly the will of the people they supposedly represent.
Young conservatives fear and loathe cancel culture.
They somehow think that we will ignore our lived experiences and the pain and trauma suffered by our ancestors, just so they can be comfortable living with the lies they prefer.
The same Democrats attacking Republican-led investigations into Wisconsin’s 2020 presidential election were pushing election investigations of their own in 2018, long after their Public Enemy No. 1 — Donald Trump — surprised the hell out of them.
Amid all the horrible language of the woke left, probably the most damaging single phrase is “looks like me.”
The WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, look at the factors behind President Joe Biden's poll numbers and how Biden's performance may impact on Wisconsin politics. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Counties Association and Michael Best Strategies.
The largest of the Great Lakes is experiencing an alarming increase in its water temperature which, in turn, the experts believe is causing an equally alarming amount of toxic blue-green algae that has historically never been a problem in the lake.
A frank conversation excerpted from the Badger Institute’s podcast series, Free Exchange.
On Thursday, my YouTube channel was suspended for one week after I posted an interview with Johnson in which he voiced opposition to both President Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate and the FDA’s pending approval of the vaccine for use in 5- to 11-year-old children.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu unveiled the new maps they’ve cooked up to keep themselves in power for another 10 years.
The Republican redistricting plan is disappointing, in the extreme. It is a hyper partisan concoction specifically designed to ensure uninterrupted control of both chambers of the Wisconsin Legislature throughout the next decade until 2031 and beyond.
Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, who seems to have disappeared from his “work” as Gov. Tony Evers’ second in command to campaign full-time for U.S. Senate, has been hitting the fundraiser circuit hard.
Two hundred miles south of the Wisconsin border on the University of Illinois campus, a $200-million initiative announced Oct. 19 offered ample evidence that our neighbors are gearing up to compete for an infusion of federal science and technology money.
Gov. Tony Evers and his lackeys have told some tall tales over the Democrat’s tenure in office, but their audacious victory lap on Wisconsin’s record state budget surplus is a doozy.