The Winter Edition of Marquette University’s “Marquette Magazine” includes what appears to be a self-congratulatory piece where open expression on campus is concerned, through its yearlong Marquette Forum series. The column chronicles the university’s fall semester efforts to generate discourse on the topic of racial justice and inequality: During the fall semester the university seized […]
On Tuesday, Media Trackers shared the story of alleged efforts by Marquette University staff to keep a conservative audience from attending an appearance by popular conservative pundit Ben Shapiro. In today’s podcast, we speak with Emily Jashinsky of Young America’s Foundation, who broke the story.
Wisconsin Democratic Congressman Mark Pocan gave credit on Twitter last week to a coalition of liberal groups for an action taken by Republican President Donald J. Trump. The defeat of the #TPP is a testament to the power of grassroots organizing. Our trade deals should benefit US workers not big corporations. pic.twitter.com/CtF01qA3GV — Rep. Mark […]
State Senator Duey Stroebel on Monday released an email in which UW-Lacrosse Chancellor Joe Gow and other senior administration staff criticize President Donald Trump’s executive order concerning immigrant travel restrictions. Stroebel said the email condemns Trump’s actions without pointing out that the seven countries covered by it either sponsor terrorism or harbor terrorist training facilities: […]
There is a new effort to bring liberal talk radio to Wisconsin. Why do these efforts so often fail? Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader discusses in today’s podcast:
A new Wisconsin liberal talk radio station will sign on next month. If history is any indicator, it is a longshot to succeed. That’s because the deck is stacked against commercial the liberal talk format and it has nothing to do with conservative talk radio. As it always does, optimism is accompanying the Left’s latest […]
The principal of Neenah’s Tullar Elementary School claims a fifth grade teacher inadvertently encouraged her classroom to take part Wednesday in a protest of President Donald Trump’s Education Secretary nominee, Betsy DeVos. Principal Diane Galow sent a letter to parents Wednesday explaining that the teacher saw a post on Facebook for “Wear Red on Wed […]
After the Heroin epidemic it is possible that human trafficking is the the fast growing societal scourge with which Wisconsin law enforcement is grappling. A close third might be teen homelessness, which fuels the human trafficking problem. In an effort to address the human trafficking and homelessness issues, State Representative Amy Loudenbeck (R-Clint0n), and State […]