In January, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel ran a two-part series on the Enbridge pipeline system running under Wisconsin and the Straits of Mackinac. In a decidedly alarmist tone, reporter Dan Egan strongly implied the pipelines posed a potential hazard to the public. Media Trackers responded with a piece that heavily quoted a spokesperson for Enbridge. Our […]
Lee Bergquist, a Gannett reporter, ignored a prominent judicial conflict of interest between a Madison judge and one of the parties he ruled in favor of in an ongoing environmental lawsuit.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has criticized GOP Sen. Ron Johnson 3 times more often than it has reported on Democratic Sen. Russ Feingold.
Caseload for enforcement of environmental regulations remains flat as DOJ finds better ways to force polluters to improve environment.
If you can get a Veterans Administration ID card, you have what it takes to get a free Wisconsin ID card. The mainstream media hasn’t pointed this fact out.
The second largest paper in the state has joined the largest paper in the state in criticizing a plan to require more accountability in school spending referendums.
Ernst-Ulrich Franzen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editorial board excoriates Sen. Duey Stroebel, but ends up agreeing with him. What gives?
Repeatedly, Wisconsin editorial boards have called for the state to repeal the Unfair Sales Act of 1939. Lawmakers are again considering doing just that.
GE says its Waukesha, WI plant is closing due to the expiration of the Ex-Im Bank, but here is GE’s deception effort uncovered.
According to union data recently reported to the U.S. Department of Labor, the Milwaukee Newspaper Guild – the union representing many newsroom employees of Wisconsin’s largest newspaper – may be the poster child of what happens when employees find no value in a labor union.