Michael Dougherty of The Week recently penned a piece astonishingly titled: “Scott Walker, the gutless wonder of the 2016 presidential race.” He’s wrong.
Washington County just announced that its 2015 budget will include a cost of living adjustment for county employees while also reducing the county property tax levy by $1 million.
From 2007 through 2012, Democratic congressional candidate Mark Harris created county budgets that were bigger than the last budget of his predecessor.
Madison Teachers Inc Executive Director shows just how much he doesn’t understand WI Act 10 or his own lawsuit against it.
Wisconsin AG candidate Jon Richards (D) has declared Act 10 unconstitutional, but the state Supreme Court disagrees.
Democrat gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke has allied herself with notorious flip-flopper Charlie Crist while accusing Republican Governor Scott Walker of changing his position on the issue of gay marriage.
A well-funded political group widely regarded as a proxy for the Hillary Clinton machine has opened fire on a television advertising and public education effort recently launched by AFP.
The head of the GAB believes his staff was harmed by Act 10, and that bias doesn’t matter when administering election and campaign finance law.
Former GOP state Sen. Van Wanggaard was the driving force behind limiting school choice opportunities for students in the Racine Unified School District.
The station’s confusion says more about the inability of Burke to communicate her position on a basic issue than it does about the station’s original story.