Jennifer Epps-Addison, a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel blogger and community organizer, condones the violence and vandalism in Ferguson, Missouri.
Forget about restrictive laws that curtail and limit the purchase, ownership and use of real firearms. Liberals have their eyes set on a new set of guns in need of regulation: toy guns.
Montana Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock released his executive budget proposal for the 2016-2017 biennium last week, estimating that oil prices will hold steady at between $90-100 a barrel from 201-15-2017. However, recent market forecasts have oil trading at far below those prices in 2015.
It sure didn’t take long for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin to forget about its 2014 gubernatorial nominee Mary Burke.
Lawmakers and trade groups alike are skeptical of a massive spending, taxing and fee hike proposed by the Department of Transportation
Budget wishes for the state historical society include big ticket items for taxpayers to fund.
Despite the reforms of Wis. Gov. Scott Walker’s Act 10, a report suggests Wisconsin’s public employee retirement system still needs reform.
As several Montana Republican Party County Central Committees go forward with a federal lawsuit challenging the state’s open primary law, controversy is brewing once again as the state party has announced a meeting in January to discuss whether or not to join the lawsuit.
Those that support the program have been called “pro-privatization minions” that are part of a “pro-voucher cabal” with a “radical privatization agenda.” But while the Left attacks the “pro-privatization minions” on the Right, little has been said about the fact that those who benefit from the Wisconsin GOP’s statewide expansion of the Parental Choice Program – often referred to as the school choice or voucher program – are limited to students of low income households.
A study on state tax burdens published this month by Columbia University and the National Center for Children (NCCP) in Poverty has found that Montana has the third highest tax burden of any state for a family of four living at the poverty level, tied with Illinois.