Recent polls confirm a drop in allegiance, even among American Jews, where two-thirds of those over 65 still admit an emotional attachment to Israel while it drops to under 50% for younger generations of American Jews.
Department of Administration Secretary Joel Brennan’s “special guest” status next Tuesday at Sen. Brad Pfaff’s posh fundraiser in Madison is a departure from the days of former Republican Gov. Scott Walker, who forbade his secretaries from shilling for political campaigns.
The critical divide is not between the progressive and establishment wings of the Democratic Party, or even between Democrats and Republicans, but between those who stand for truth and those who do not.
That is not to say that racial discrimination in sentencing may not exist; it certainly may. But the Office of Research and Justice Statistics study does not produce sufficient evidence to reasonably allow one to come to that conclusion.
Eighty-seven percent of people who would qualify for an expungement under proposed legislation have never committed anything more serious than a misdemeanor, according to new data from the Badger Institute.