Democrats at their state convention late last week launched a cheap political ploy that, frankly, appears hypocritical.
A well-paid lobbyist who used to work for Gov. Scott Walker is now attacking the Governor suggesting that because Walker didn’t agree with him on an issue, he is anti-veteran.
According to BLS data, in Burke’s final four quarters as commerce secretary Wisconsin, employment grew at a paltry 0.2% as compared to Walker’s 1.2% over the most recently available four quarters.
A collection of state contracts reveals that taxpayers may have to spend up to $184,500 while paying for the defense of law enforcement officials involved in the recent John Doe probe of conservative groups.
Even with the Ho-Chunk opposing a new casino, the tribe waits for a decision on their fourth off-reservation gambling facility in Beloit. The Ho-Chunk say their gaming compact already gives them approval for the facility.
A new casino in Kenosha could cost taxpayers money, according to the Ho-Chunk nation, a native tribe that already has a gaming compact with the state and operates six casinos.
Adamantly anti-gun Wisconsin Representative Jon Richards has officially filed paperwork to run for attorney general as a Democrat. If elected, Richards would lead the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) as the state’s top cop. Earlier this month, the DOJ issued its 200,000th concealed carry permit. A week later, Attorney General JB Van Hollen announced he […]
A liberal organization pushing for Wisconsin to accept federal Medicaid expansion dollars provided by ObamaCare has assembled a list of groups that are opposed to Governor Scott Walker’s decision to reject the federal money. The effort, though noteworthy in its scope, reveals absolutely nothing that was not already known: liberal groups in Wisconsin oppose Governor […]
Declaring the Circus World Museum to be “Wisconsin’s crown jewel” with nothing like it perhaps in the “galaxy,” Circus World supporters told the legislature’s Joint Finance Committee last week that state taxpayers need to spend millions of dollars to support the museum in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Circus World Foundation, a private entity that runs the Circus […]
It is bad news for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, but good news for Wisconsin workers. The John K. MacIver Institute, a think-tank in Madison, has reviewed data from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages and found that the number of private sector workers in Wisconsin grew by 137,372 from January 2011 to September […]