A new review of 22 major voucher studies has found that the majority of studies nationwide found positive effects on students in private school choice programs.
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" radio personality Mitch Henck says health care reform should start with price transparency.
Trump’s Commission on Election Integrity could answer many important questions.
By focusing only on racial gerrymandering justices miss the bigger picture.
The party needs to work on its messaging and start bringing people together.
Walker’s DOT is planning a $40 million “temporary fix” next year.
It’s clear from the empty platitudes, misinformation and misdirection heard from the GOP as they engaged in the debate that when it comes to student loan debt, they just don’t get it.
For many lifelong Republicans, this transformation of the Republican Party from one of principled small-government enthusiasts to one incapable of shame has been a shock.
We, as elected officials, should be trying to prevent wanton gun violence – not encouraging it by promoting legislation that merely increases the number of handguns in our midst. Concealed Carry 2.0 (or the right to carry) provides no real deterrence to crime and is terrible public policy.
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" radio personality Mitch Henck gives his two cents on a Wisconsin Republican proposal that would allow people to carry a concealed weapon without a license or training.
Milwaukee alderman want more pursuits. Chief Flynn says they are endanger innocent people.
As prosecutors in Wisconsin who often espouse competing political ideologies, this is one thing we agree on: the need to bring improved data collection and objective performance measurement to the world of criminal justice.
If Clarke leaves Milwaukee County, Governor Walker should go far beyond the basics and pick a new Sheriff who respects the Constitution, honors civil liberties and upholds the rule of law.
New study says voucher students do better. Except on achievement.
The taxpayer-first philosophy has carried the day for fiscal conservatives in Wisconsin and elsewhere. It's that philosophy that governing Republicans need to remember as they work through the abundantly more challenging phases of budget-writing ahead.