Kevin Binversie

Polce Finances Raise Questions

The news that House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Janesville) would retire from Congress at the end of the current session t has lead to a re-examination of other Republican campaigns vying for Wisconsin’s First Congressional District. While not getting many second look by the voters, Nick Polce is certainly getting them from political observers. Polce may […]

Nation’s Largest Teachers Union Expects Membership Exodus

Could a U.S. Supreme Court ruling have the same effect nationally as Act 10 has had in Wisconsin? That seems to be very likely. With many court watchers focusing on cases regarding redistricting and cake bakers in Colorado, one court case could send shock waves throughout the political landscape. If the nation’s highest court rules […]

Foxconn Begins Its Outreach to Wisconsin Businesses

With an estimated pot of $1.4 billion in contracts, supply chain placement and jobs for the taking, Taiwanese tech giant Foxconn has begun the process of looking for its local Wisconsin vendors. With construction of a 10,000 acre facility near Mount Pleasant set to begin later this spring, Foxconn is reaching out to Wisconsin-based businesses […]

The Truth Behind HR 5087

A recent YouGov poll showed that 39 percent of Democrats supported the full and outright repeal of the 2nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. If that is indeed the case, than their representatives in Congress look to be doing just that. As a result of the tragic shooting at Parkland, Florida high school last month, […]

Dallet Exposes Her Recusal Hypocrisy

What Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Rebecca Dallet says on the campaign trail is not what she appears to be practicing on her own bench. For months now, liberal advocates have tried to make the issue of when a judge should recuse themselves from cases before the Wisconsin State Supreme Court. The apparent goal is […]

New Report Says Teachers Stopped “Fleeing” Wisconsin Years Ago

A new report from the non-partisan Wisconsin Policy Forum, the name for the newly-merged Madison-based Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance and the Milwaukee-based Public Policy Forum, may put a dent in a popular Democratic narrative about Act 10’s effect on the Badger State. It seems that teachers aren’t fleeing Wisconsin as so many have liked to claim; […]

Prominent Democratic Donor Facing Prostitution Charges

It may be a local story involving the president of the school board and a local credit union, but it could have an effect on Wisconsin state politics. In January, it was reported that authorities in Menomonie had arrested Gerald P. Fahl, on charges of attempted solicitation of a prostitute. At the time Fahl was […]

Randy Bryce No Stranger to Social Media Controversy

With much of the media obsessed over a now-deleted “$1.50 Tweet” by House Speaker Paul Ryan, they might find gold going through the archives of the man hoping to defeat him. Randy Bryce, the self-proclaimed “Iron Stache” and hope of progressives nationwide to defeat the House GOP leader, is no stranger to controversial moments on […]