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Oscar Films: Two RBG Films, One Good, One Bad
Oscar Films

Two RBG Films, One Good, One Bad

She’s so omnipresent maybe they could hire justice Ginsburg as Oscar host.

Evers Taps Barca, Former Obama Official

Evers Taps Barca, Former Obama Official

Rep. Barca will run revenue department, Andrea Palm will run Health Services.

Op Ed: Lame Duck Mischief Defamed the State
Op Ed

Lame Duck Mischief Defamed the State

Walker opted to divide and conquer up until last day in office.

Op Ed: Republican Power Grab Unprecedented
Op Ed

Republican Power Grab Unprecedented

Legislators “don’t trust” newly elected governor, so they want to take away Evers’ power.

Governor Walker: What Will Your Message To Gov.-Elect Evers Be?
Press Release

Governor Walker: What Will Your Message To Gov.-Elect Evers Be?

I call on you to veto any and all bills passed during our lame-duck session that will limit the powers of our newly elected Governor and Attorney General.

Patrick Paolantonio Joins Joyce Garbaciak For “WISN 12 News at 6”
Press Release

Patrick Paolantonio Joins Joyce Garbaciak For “WISN 12 News at 6”

12 News fills Kathy Mykleby's seat internally with veteran anchor

Milwaukee Television News Icon Kathy Mykleby to Retire in November
Press Release

Milwaukee Television News Icon Kathy Mykleby to Retire in November

WISN 12 honors Mykleby's more than forty years of award-winning storytelling and journalistic excellence.

The State of Politics: The Rise of Absentee Ballots
The State of Politics

The Rise of Absentee Ballots

Just 12% of all ballots in 2004, could hit 33% in 2020.

Op Ed: Tommy Could Help Create Prison Reform
Op Ed

Tommy Could Help Create Prison Reform

Thompson, former Republican governor, regrets increase in incarceration, could team with Democratic reformers.

Statement from Rep. Dana Wachs in Remembrance of Peg Lautenschlager
Press Release

Statement from Rep. Dana Wachs in Remembrance of Peg Lautenschlager

"My heart goes out to her family and friends in their time of loss."

Smart Politics: History Gives Walker Slim Odds to Win
Smart Politics

History Gives Walker Slim Odds to Win

State voters rarely elect a gubernatorial candidate whose party holds the presidency.

Op Ed: Kicking Us When We’re Down
Op Ed

Kicking Us When We’re Down

Requiring photo ID for FoodShare recipients will make it harder to get help.

Data Wonk: Will Federal Tax Plan Succeed?
Data Wonk

Will Federal Tax Plan Succeed?

Past economic data suggests it won’t. And voters think it will fail.

Smart Politics: Sensenbrenner Could Break State Record
Smart Politics

Sensenbrenner Could Break State Record

If reelected would beat David Obey’s record of nearly 42 years as state congressman.

BritBeat: A Tribute to the Beatles Comes to the Marcus Center!
Why Does Urban Poverty Persist?

Why Does Urban Poverty Persist?

Two-day summit examines issue and impact of ending AFDC in 1997.

City People: Harold Lewis, the Pfister Ambassador
City People

Harold Lewis, the Pfister Ambassador

He's met countless celebrities, and now has become a little famous himself.

Op Ed: Impeach Donald Trump
Op Ed

Impeach Donald Trump

Evidence suggests he is radically changing US foreign policy for personal gain.

Op Ed: Why My Budget Hikes K-12 Spending
Op Ed

Why My Budget Hikes K-12 Spending

I believe giving every child access to a great education is a moral imperative.

Winona LaDuke, two-time Green Party vice presidential candidate, to speak at Marquette April 6
Press Release

Winona LaDuke, two-time Green Party vice presidential candidate, to speak at Marquette April 6

LaDuke works on issues of climate change, renewable energy and environmental justice alongside indigenous communities.

Out Look: To March or Not to March?
Out Look

To March or Not to March?

Plans for National Pride March disrupt pridefest schedules in Milwaukee, 20 cities.

Data Wonk: Can Trump Voters’ Pessimism Be Overcome?
Data Wonk

Can Trump Voters’ Pessimism Be Overcome?

Identity politics failed. Democrats need policies that help all, regardless of race, region.

Murphy’s Law: An “Epidemic” of Voter Suppression
Murphy’s Law

An “Epidemic” of Voter Suppression

Experts say it's a massive problem in the state and may have swung election nationally.

Revenge of the Forgotten Class

Revenge of the Forgotten Class

Clinton and the Democrats wrote off white workers in Rust Belt states like Wisconsin.

Data Wonk: Is Obamacare Failing?
Data Wonk

Is Obamacare Failing?

Rhetoric aside, what does the data show?

The Honorable George Mitchell to discuss turbulence in the Middle East at Marquette on Oct. 6
Press Release

The Honorable George Mitchell to discuss turbulence in the Middle East at Marquette on Oct. 6

The Senate majority leader from 1989 to 1995, Mitchell was the former chairman of The Walt Disney Co.

Op-Ed: Agenda Items for Walker’s Second Act
Op-Ed

Agenda Items for Walker’s Second Act

Gov. Walker needs to focus on policy, including job creation in Milwaukee, not politics.

Plenty of Horne: Mexico Opens 50th US Consulate Here
Plenty of Horne

Mexico Opens 50th US Consulate Here

A big turnout of American and Mexican politicians with "Trumpism" in the air.

Op-Ed: Anti-Trade Movement Will Hurt State
Op-Ed

Anti-Trade Movement Will Hurt State

Wisconsin is a net exporter of products, yet Trump, Clinton, Feingold oppose global trade pacts.

What Happens When ‘Primarily Social’ Meets Ulterior Motive?
Press Release

What Happens When ‘Primarily Social’ Meets Ulterior Motive?

“Bill Clinton should not be soliciting a conversation with the Attorney General while her Department is investigating his wife.”

The State of Politics: Why Wisconsin’s Presidential Primary Matters
The State of Politics

Why Wisconsin’s Presidential Primary Matters

It’s a classic swing state that has usually voted for the winner.

New LISC Director Has Big Resume

New LISC Director Has Big Resume

Donsia Strong Hill is attorney who worked in private sector, state and federal government.

Murphy’s Law: The Mystery of Rebecca Bradley
Murphy’s Law

The Mystery of Rebecca Bradley

Who exactly is she? And why didn’t Walker vet his choice for Supreme Court?

Op-Ed: Four Questions for Rebecca Bradley
Op-Ed

Four Questions for Rebecca Bradley

Justice Bradley's written opinions raise legal questions voters should ask, she should address.

Bradley extra-marital affair, role in child placement surface
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Bradley extra-marital affair, role in child placement surface

House Confidential: The Two Homes of Rebecca Bradley
House Confidential

The Two Homes of Rebecca Bradley

Judge has Tosa Colonial and a Lower East Side condo near all those gays she condemned.

Rebecca Bradley in 1992: ‘Queers’ with AIDS, addicts merit no sympathy
Dr. Judith Mayotte will deliver Marquette Commencement address
Press Release

Dr. Judith Mayotte will deliver Marquette Commencement address

Mayotte earned a Ph.D. in 1976 and has been a pioneer in women’s studies and an Emmy and Peabody Award winner for her work in the documentary series Portrait of America.