Voters who really understand what government can and cannot do may be what's needed to achieve better results.
The Insiders, Kanavas and Chvala, debate whether Scott Walker is the education governor. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Counties Association and Michael Best Strategies.
Gov. Scott Walker recently proposed expanding Wisconsin’s Earned Income Tax Credit, or EITC. To the casual observer, this may not sound like exciting news, but for more than 100,000 Wisconsin families, expanding the EITC will mean more job opportunities, higher take-home pay and a less-resistant path to prosperity.
Too often, school choice is Wisconsin is considered to be an issue only for Milwaukee.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction candidate John Humphries wants to set the record straight about his consulting contract with the Dodgeville School District, where he was the full-time administrator before deciding to run for office.
Governor advises Iowa legislators on bill to decimate unions.
While the 5% tuition cut makes for a good sound bite, it's a lost opportunity to help the students that really need tuition relief.
He had voters who discounted his wildest behavior because they wanted a change. But even they can’t go on for four years watching him dog-paddle at the shallow end of the pool.
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" radio personality Mitch Henck gives his two cents on President Donald Trump's Thursday news conference.
If our Republic is to be rescued from the anti-democratic and corrupt Trump-Putin partnership, there is a relatively short list of influential Republicans who will have to step to the fore and put the American people ahead of partisan agendas.