Governor Scott Walker joined Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader to discuss the disagreement he is having with Assembly Republicans over transportation spending and eliminating the state property tax.
The Democratic Party of Wisconsin bristles at the notion that it is in disarray. But that denial comes at roughly the same time as news that one of their highest profile potential candidates to challenge Republican Governor Scott Walker in 2018 is taking a pass. Dane County Executive Joe Parisi said Tuesday he will not […]
Wall Street Journal columnist Kim Strassel joins Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader to discuss U.S. airstrikes on Syria, the “nuclear option” and her Friday column “The Conflicts of J. Edgar Comey.”
8th CD Congressman, Republican Mike Gallagher, joins Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader to discuss how he would have voted on the pulled health care reform bill and the Russian threat.
Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader interviewed 7th CD Republican Congressman Sean Duffy on Thursday’s planned vote on a Republican health care bill. You can here the interview here:
Saying he is running to head up Wisconsin’s education bureaucracy, and not for governor, candidate for state Superintendent of Public Instruction John Humphries on Thursday addressed many of the controversies swirling around his recent political past. Humphries, a veteran school administrator at a number of various school districts throughout Wisconsin, joined talk radio host and Media Trackers Communication […]
Jerry Bader talks to a former GB school principle who uncovered misleading data used to promote the “need” for a new, 5th high school in Green Bay.
At a time when traditional newspapers are struggling to maintain circulation, one Milwaukee editor has an odd message for someone who still reads his work: “Good riddance.”
Just days after digging in and declaring that the public and media would not be allowed to attend a climate change forum hosted at the state Capitol, state Rep. Jeff Mursau has relented.
The climate change forum being held at the state Capitol on December 11th will be a secret, with members of the public and media prohibited from attending.