The Wisconsin win of the gigantic Foxconn manufacturing plant for Southeastern Wisconsin creates as opportunity to apply some new thinking about how to regulate the environmental side of its operations.
It’s stunning to hear Democrats putting a value on any job, across any sector. With the gubernatorial election around the corner, it’s time to stand up for working people. Not attack the thousands who will inevitably work for Foxconn in southeastern Wisconsin.
After weeks of wrangling and a few modifications, the Wisconsin State Assembly passed a $3 billion incentive package for Foxconn to build a massive new plant in Wisconsin. Now it is up to the State Senate to follow the Assembly’s lead and bring Foxconn to Wisconsin.
In Charlottesville, evil had a name, and it was white supremacy. Trump’s repeated assertion that there was violence “on many sides” speaks volumes about the real Donald Trump and offers a unique insight into what he really thinks.
When it comes to standing up to racists, somewhere between the non-engagement of a sheet-cake eating Tina Fey and the black-clad violence of the antifa is a better approach honed by Madison’s own Solidarity Sing Along.
Alt-right, white supremacists, KKK, Nazi sympathizers are hate groups.
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" radio personality Mitch Henck says President Donald Trump is in the political bunker after losing support left and right.
It sounds like President Trump is going to follow in the footsteps of all his predecessors dating back to Harry Truman in continuing to fight unwinnable wars.
Review of past deals shows its 35 times more than biggest prior state payout.
Every Wisconsin legislator and local official sworn to protecting honest and open government, environmental law and taxpayer money absolutely should slow down the Foxconn deal until they know know they are getting a straight story, forthcoming advice, accurate data and unfiltered facts.