State revenues are up $55.3 million over May projections by the LFB, but the media is generally failing to report on how that works.
While the mainstream media tries to attack Wis. Gov. Scott Walker over a judicial appointment, letters indicate opponents of Walker supported his pick for judge.
The Wisconsin State Journal ignores key components of a state law requiring employers pay a “living wage.”
The newspaper of record on Sunday continued its editorial assault on the facts about a mining project in northern Wisconsin.
“It is wrong for any person to point to this sentence in a legal argument as a finding by the special prosecutor that Governor Walker has engaged in a criminal scheme. It is not such a finding,” declared an attorney for a John Doe prosecutor.
In a stunning rebuke for state and national media, an attorney for a Wisconsin prosecutor leading a once-secret probe into conservative groups says that nothing in recently released documents should be construed as evidence of guilt.
By burying key information, and paying extraordinary and unqualified attention to previously discredited theories, the Times sought, intentionally or not, to convict Gov. Walker in a makeshift court of public opinion. Here is why the Times is wrong, and why its story and editorial piece reveal a deep bias against a Republican governor.
There is more evidence that Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editor Marty Kaiser is tied to the outrageous and bizarre tweets of former Democratic Party of Wisconsin spokesman Graeme Zielinski than that Gov. Scott Walker illegally coordinated with conservative organizations during Wisconsin recall elections.
Marty Kaiser, an editor at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, responded to a critic with factually inaccurate and misleading statements.