Campaigns

Kohl, J-Street and Jerusalem

When a country sets up an embassy, they tend to be in that nation’s capital city. So why has the American Embassy in Israel been in Tel Aviv instead of Jerusalem? That’s a great question and it’s been a diplomatic headache for decades. Nearly every President of the United States since Bill Clinton has publicly […]

Campaigns

Herb Kohl’s Nephew to Run Against Glenn Grothman

Will a last name be enough to land you into a seat in Congress? That’s what Dan Kohl, the 51 year old nephew of former U.S. Senator Herb Kohl (D-Milwaukee) and a Mequon area businessman, is hoping with his challenge against 6th District Congressman Glenn Grothman (R-Glenbeulah). Kohl, along with Scott Olmer of Plymouth, are hoping […]

Policy

Working Families Flexibility Act: Separating Fact from Fiction

A bill that will allow private-sector employers to offer  employees the choice between being paid extra for overtime hours worked or getting  paid time off  instead of cash,  allowing them greater choice and increased time flexibility in the workplace, passed out of a House Committee last week. Wisconsin 6th District Congressman Glenn Grothman said in a news release […]

Grothman Faces Raucous Crowd at Sheboygan Town Hall

Sheboygan – No one can ever say Representative Glenn Grothman (R-Glenbeulah) isn’t willing to face a tough crowd. The second-term Congressman from Wisconsin’s Sixth Congressional did just that on Monday morning before an overflow crowd of nearly 200 during an hour-long town hall meeting at Sheboygan’s Mead Public Library. Quite a turnout for the @RepGrothman […]