Federal Judge Richard Posner of the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago strongly disagrees with Wisconsin’s voter ID law. Posner blasted the law in a dissenting opinion to the court’s decision to not rehear arguments in a voter ID lawsuit before a judicial panel made up of the entire court. In writing his decision, […]
Facts matter little to James B. Nelson and his editors at the Wisconsin affiliate of PolitiFact, an opinion and editorial feature that recently reviewed mining in Wisconsin.
A social media post by the Democratic National Committee got the facts wrong about voter registration in Wisconsin. Contrary to what Democrats said, it is still possible to register to vote in Wisconsin.
The SEIU funded group unveils its new get-out-the-vote campaign aimed at boosting the prospects of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke.
A recent report on Montana carbon emissions from an environmentalist group laments the fact that Montana emits as much carbon dioxide as the country of Mongolia, a country where one-third of its residents did not have access to electricity as of 2009.
Two news stories that have garnered national attention have ignored key pieces of information in an attempt to hit Wisconsin Republican elected officials just weeks before the fall election.
If PolitiFact had only checked with the newspaper that runs its feature, it would have found the facts it needed to not issue a false rating.
Dept. of Revenue officials now report they are processing claims faster and with less staff than when the program was operated out of the state treasurer’s office.
State revenues are up $55.3 million over May projections by the LFB, but the media is generally failing to report on how that works.
With Election Day less than a month away Montana’s far-left is organizing in an effort to defeat LR 126; the voter ballot initiative which seeks to eliminate the state’s election-day registration practices.