Inherent in the qualities you want in a judge, especially one for the highest court in the state, is a person who has good judgement. In his editorial in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Patrick McIlheran exposes Kloppenburg’s lack of good judgement in her past legal cases. Read the story here.
Today, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinels ever popular Politifact rated Milwaukee County Executive candidate Chris Abeles claim that opponent Jeff Stone equals Scott Walker as mostly true. Politifact seems to do their homework on this one finding the similarities in Walker and Stones voting record and their differences on transit issues. But if Jeff Stone = […]
PolitiFact recently analyzed an ad that the Greater Wisconsin Committee is airing that insinuates that Judge David Prosser failed to prosecute a pedophile priest back in the 1970s. They rated the ad as barely true. See their analysis here
In the last week the media focused attention on a heated conversation between Justice David Prosser and Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson that happened in a private meeting of the justices. The media has focused on this sideshow in a last ditch attempt to derail the campaign of incumbent David Prosser. However, the media is […]
There is a huge experience gap between incumbent David Prosser and JoAnne Kloppenburg that is most stark in the area of criminal law. At a debate this week, Kloppenburg even admitted she was not tough on crime.
The Greater Wisconsin Committee released an attack ad on Justice David Prosser for his decision in 1979 to not prosecute priest John Patrick Feeney for abuse. Troy J. Merryfield, one of the victim’s of former priest John Patrick Feeney is featured in the ad. Now Merryfield has released a letter that calls for JoAnne Kloppenburg […]
The Waukesha County Bar Association’s members picked Justice David Prosser as most qualified for a position on the high court. Justice Prosser had nearly 150 members say he was qualified or highly qualifed, while his opponent, JoAnne Kloppenburg had under 90 members say the same of her experience. The election is April 5.
JoAnne Kloppenburgs husband, Jack, a UW-Madison professor, has publicly opposed Gov. Walkers attempts to restrict collective bargaining for public workers and donated money during the past years to two of the formerly AWOL Democratic state senators including Sen. Mark Miller, the Minority Leader who gave the opposition speech to Gov. Walkers budget address.
JoAnne Kloppenburg stated pointblank this week: there’s nothing untrue about what they are posting on my Facebook,” referring to her official campaign social media site (Wispolitics.com). Really? Nothing untrue? Does that mean Kloppenburg thinks her opponent David Prosser is the equivalent of Scott Walker? Does that mean she thinks its true that Prosser is a […]
On April 5, Wisconsinites will go to the poll to pick a new supreme court justice. The election has gained prominence because many political analysts believe the Budget Repair Bill may one day end up before the high court. Throughout the campaign, challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg has claimed she is politically unbiased and impartial. However analysis […]