Gov. Tony Evers’ dysfunctional Department of Safety and Professional Services no longer wants to be bothered with lawmaker emails on behalf of frustrated constituents suffering through long professional license application delays. Instead, the bungling agency has developed a “new tool” requiring lawmakers to become case workers for DSPS.
Under the guise of patriotism, Trump supporters have been encouraged to commit fraud (fake electors), tell lies (there was election fraud), spew hate (the Proud Boys), sew distrust (fake news claims, when the truth is inconvenient) and lack decency (threats and acts of violence) in expressing political differences.
Marxism failed to take root in the United States because we are not a class-based society. Anyone can live their piece of the American Dream.
I’ll fight like hell to block any attempt by Republicans to jeopardize Social Security and I’ll go to the mat to protect our hard-earned benefits.
Earlier this month, Mandela Barnes touted that his campaign had the support of active law enforcement officials. He provided a list of nine police officers who had endorsed his candidacy.
Faced with the prospect of losing out, Johnson has grown desperate.
We should get government out of the business of delivering education.
The wholesale cost of chicken wings might be down to pre-pandemic levels, but you’re probably not seeing any decrease in the price.
The WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, discuss the end of the 2020 election investigation led by former Justice Michael Gableman that failed to turn up widespread voter fraud. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Counties Association and Michael Best Strategies.
If there ever was any doubt about why Tim Michels shouldn’t be Wisconsin’s next governor, Florida’s Ron DeSantis made it perfectly clear last weekend.
Independent voters could decide the November elections. So, why is Tim Michels moving hard right?
The WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, look at the most recent Marquette University Law School Poll and factors affecting the Wisconsin governor and U.S. Senate races. Sponsored by Wisconsin Counties Association and Michael Best Strategies.
On this week’s episode of “Rewind,” WisPolitics.com’s JR Ross and CBS 58’s Emilee Fannon discuss the Wisconsin Elections Commission rescinding guidance following a Waukesha judge’s decision that clerks can’t fill in missing witness information on absentee ballot envelopes, the issue of police funding in the governor’s race, results of the latest Marquette University Law School Poll and more.