By James Wigderson for Media Trackers A “happy hour” fundraiser planned for the end of January for Randy Bryce for Congress with former comedian Chelsea Handler and Democratic Congressman Mark Pocan (WI-02) was “postponed” indefinitely without explanation after inquiries by Media Trackers on Thursday. Handler stirred up controversy last week with an obscenity-laced rant on […]
Green Bay Public schools have been bleeding students to other school districts for years through open-enrollment. And under a K-12 education spending plan unveiled by Republicans this week, the loss of students to other public school districts could cost Green Bay more than $2 million a school year in state aid. When a student transfers […]
How do you appeal to voters statewide when your party seems married to two of the state’s most populous counties? That’s the question the Democratic Party of Wisconsin (DPW) has going before it as it prepares to meet in early June for its annual state convention outside Middleton. How can the party move past its […]
If there’s one thing that unites most Democrats in Wisconsin and the rest of the country, it is hatred of Donald Trump and other elected Republicans such as Scott Walker and Paul Ryan. Beyond that, they are as divided as ever on everything from stances on public policy to where to take the party politically […]
Madison television political reporter Greg Neumann apparently took issue with White House Chief of Staff Reince Preibus’ call for reporters to stop using anonymous sources. In fact, anonymous sources are a staple of reporting. It is accepted in journalism that, at times, it is necessary for a reporter to provide anonymity to a source in […]
A trio of Wisconsin mayors are part of a government-backed group that backs the Obama Administration’s immigration agenda.
Madison Metropolitan School District shares sealed bids with favored local and union bidders, and has a contracting policy that likely violates state law.
A Madison columnist tells an African American which office he should spend his time seeking based on his race.
VIDEO: Everett Mitchell is a former Dane County prosecutor, and now as Director for Community Relations at the University of Wisconsin Madison he says shoplifting isn’t a real crime.
A small crowd protested outside of a Taco Bell in Madison demanding an increase to the minimum wage and protesting the “exploiting rich” and bosses.