Illinois is surrounded. Surrounded that is, by six states with right-to-work laws, and to counter what many in the Land of Lincoln feel may be the inevitable (Enactment of its own law), forces of the status quo are doing a full court press to maintain it. Among those is a familiar face to Wisconsinites, former Doyle […]
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While not as extreme as taking out a new credit card to help pay for your mortgage, the fiscal situation in Illinois is one which continues to boggle the mind. On Thursday, as part of its attempt to dig out of a mountain of unpaid bills, Governor Bruce Rauner (R) announced plans to begin a […]
A federal judge Tuesday dismissed Sarah Palin’s defamation lawsuit against the New York Times. Palin sued after a Times opinion piece in June falsely tied Palin to the 2011 shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and others in Arizona. The Times editorial included a long discredited claim that shooter Jared Loughner was motivated by an ad […]
So it’s come to this with the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and its continued assault on dairy farmers and the dairy industry in general. Cheese is Rape. Those aren’t my words, but those of PETA in its latest campaign announced over the weekend. You'd be surprised. Why Cheese Is the Most Sexist […]
U.S. Senator Ron Johnson has called Central Wisconsin postal worker Timm Kopp a “courageous whistle blower.” Two things are clear from talking with Kopp. First, he wears that title uncomfortably. Second, he had no political motivations when he complained about a longstanding practice last year that created staffing shortages at post offices around the country. […]
The owner of a liberal talk radio station in Milwaukee claims the owner of WTMJ-AM is attempting to kill the format in the city. But the General Manager for the highly rated heritage talker denies the allegation and the evidence would seem to support his position. Michael Crute purchased WRRD-AM earlier this year, after a Madison […]
The five conservative jurists on the Wisconsin Supreme Court were heavily criticized in April for rejecting proposed rules that would have forced judges off of cases involving those who helped get them on the bench. As the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported back then: The retired judges who asked for the rule to be rewritten argued there should […]
U.S. Senator Ron Johnson joined Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader Thursday to discuss what he believes may happen next in the health care debate, and the finding of Hatch Act violations by the US Postal Service.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan joined Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader Tuesday to discuss the rapidly changing developments in the health care debate.
An investigation requested by U.S. Senator Ron Johnson has found that U.S. Postal Service practices during the 2016 election cycle violated the Hatch Act. Media Trackers exclusively reported last week that the investigation would likely find Hatch Act violations and we obtained the U.S. Office of Special Council’s final report on the probe Tuesday. Media […]