Mike McCabe could be a formidable candidate. He's smart, a great orator and has a friendly down-home demeanor that wins fans.
Liberals and cities would be better off opposing funding.
This is a time of opportunity for us in agriculture to learn from the lessons of our past, refocus and move forward together.
Teacher Appreciation Week is a great time to show respect for the educators in your life, and to encourage the amazing work they do to prepare our children to be better citizens. But it would be even better to appreciate them every week.
The firing of FBI director James Comey shut out other headline-making news but not the one headline President Trump had tried to suppress – the nature and depth of the Russian interference in the US presidential election he won and whether his associates were in any way involved.
If there was a most-hated man in American politics, it might have been FBI Director James Comey. But why now?
The effect of the REINS Act could be wide reaching. New laws that could be stopped might be related to consumer protections; human, animal and plant health; workers compensation, unemployment and discrimination protections; road and bridge construction; food, water and air pollution. Even clawing back state money from companies that refused to deliver promised jobs.
So say Madison’s leftists to cover for their complicity in harassing conservative speakers.
An economics instructor and Walker fan uses shaky research to say yes.
How we've been misled -- repeatedly -- about Brewers “economic impact.”
We have a chance to shake things up when it comes to thinking about how to attract national and international businesses to our area and how our regional partners are involved and can benefit.
A new study shows how voter-ID laws decreased turnout among African-American and Democratic voters.
There is reason for considerable caution about this study, which is at odds with what other studies of the effect of Wisconsin’s voter id has found and there are questions about the study’s methodology.
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" radio personality Mitch Henck says Madison officials should look to New York on how to deal with gun crime.
Instead of taking meaningful action to reduce gun deaths, some of our representatives in Madison are trying to weaken our existing gun laws.