As the page turns in January from the Obama administration to the Trump administration, one of the few things that can be said with a high degree of certainty is that repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act will be one of the most highly anticipated debates in Washington. President-elect Donald Trump and Congressional Republicans […]
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One of the stunners in what has been described, repeatedly, by the media as Donald Trump’s stunning victory over Hillary Clinton November 8 was the GOP nominee carrying the state of Wisconsin. Ronald Reagan last accomplished the feat in 1984 and Democrats are attempting to blame Wisconsin’s Photo ID requirement to vote for breaking their […]
When protestors crashed an event by Ben Shapiro titled, “Dismantling Safe Spaces: Facts Don’t Care About Your Feelings,” the contrast between the conservative students in attendance and the protestors could not have been more clear. When the protesters interrupted Shapiro with shouts of “safety” every time he attempted to speak, the conservatives responded with chants […]
It appears the week after Election Day was an emotionally draining one for college faculty around Wisconsin. While reports of professors cancelling classes were not uncommon, UW-LaCrosse Assistant Professor of Political Science/Public Administration, Regina Goodnow, wore her emotions on her sleeve in this email to students in her Comparative Politics class. Of course, not all […]
Following the lead of protests across the nation, liberal groups in Milwaukee are seeking to form a Milwaukee Coalition Against Trump. In the wake of Donald Trump’s election last week, protests against his “hateful rhetoric” have spread across the country. People from New York to Seattle have been taking to the streets to protest the […]
Lawrence University establishes a “healing space” for non-white only students who are upset with the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.
Ryan used his Congressional campaign to give more money to state GOP than Trump/RNC victory committee gave to state GOP.
In a 2010 editorial, then-Senator Russ Feingold (D) made a number of claims about ObamaCare. Six years later, here’s how inaccurate he was.
PolitiFact’s decision to wholesale discount a sizable portion of Feingold’s voting record may be a creative way to reach their preferred outcome, but it is at best an uninformed – and at worst dishonest – way to hold elected officials accountable.
Democratic Senate candidate Brian Smith sure makes it look like he’s endorsed by the Waupaca High School and its local football team.