Fitzgerald couldn't help exhibiting his Donald Trump bona fides last week when asked to comment on Trump's suggestion that the presidential election be delayed this fall.
When Black Lives Matter rioters in June ripped down the statue of Col. Hans Christian Heg, they destroyed one of Wisconsin’s most profound symbols of liberty.
It is ironic that Republicans voted for and Trump signed legislation to fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund after years of trying to do just the opposite.
What constitutional entitlement means in a nation created unequal.
The impact of Morales firing, Brunson hiring, and where this leaves the city.
It’s long past time for the Wisconsin GOP-led legislature to accept that Medicaid expansion in Wisconsin would cover more, substitute federal funding for state funding and save state spending on uncompensated care, mental health and drug-alcohol treatment.
“Politics ain’t beanbag” we’re told, but less-than-surreptitiously propping up a third party candidate to siphon off votes from your opponent goes beyond hard ball tactics.
The Democrats’ desire to take the majority in the US Senate should not overlook those incumbent Democratic seats that are in play in the November election.
Last week, radical New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a lawsuit against the National Rifle Association that ultimately seeks to destroy the storied Second Amendment advocate.
The legislature’s version of the state budget invested in the people of Wisconsin and the needs of our communities while protecting taxpayers. It was especially helpful for rural Wisconsin and I worked hard to make sure the rural voice was heard in this discussion. Rural Wisconsin matters.
In 2019, the tourism industry had one of its best years in more than a decade. But in 2020, these businesses desperately need your help.
Two of the city's prominent newspeople announced last week that they will retire.
With the statewide partisan primary slated for Tuesday, the WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, consider how these low-turnout elections may affect legislative and congressional representation for years to come.
Joe Biden will not accept the Dem presidential nomination in Milwaukee, citing concerns over rising COVID-19 cases in the state.
The Democratic Party should hold its convention in Milwaukee in 2024.