As Wisconsin heads into the final stretch to the November election, the WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, handicap each party's chances in races for state Senate and Assembly.
New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman offers a sound take on why Trump’s backers stick with him no matter what. It’s not that they really like him, it’s that they hate people who look down on them and Trump.
On the most recent episode of Badgers United’s podcast, The Flagship, President and CEO of the UW-Foundation, Mike Knetter shares the state of UW-Madison’s finances along with what needs to be addressed to solve the current financial problems.
Dane County’s private school parents got some relief on Thursday from the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
How the 1619 Project reignited America’s racial reckoning.
The post-Kenosha polling shift many expected didn't happen. But a whole lot did. An in-depth look at voters' views on the race for president and the Black Lives Matter movement.
The president’s visit to Kenosha was just one more example of how Trump exploits tragedies for political purposes, using rhetoric to stoke fear and loathing.
Fox and Rush Limbaugh offer an "alternative reality silo," Sykes says. No mention of his own show.
Who knows what the 2020 election will bring? But after surveying Kenosha, I'm convinced Trump won't lose Wisconsin. If I were a betting woman, I'd say he won't lose the White House.
Show up. Listen. Offer an alternative to the chaos, the division, the racism and the xenophobia that Trump peddles.
The Madison police monitor would be paid between $103,000 and almost $140,000 and the civilian oversight board members would be paid a stipend. The stipend would break with precedent.
In the wake of protests, rioting and violence in Kenosha over the police shooting of Jacob Blake, both President Trump and Dem rival Joe...
On this episode of Badgers United’s podcast, The Flagship, Maggie Gau, chief of staff for Gov. Tony Evers, joined the podcast this week for an in-depth conversation on UW-Madison and Wisconsin. Gau shares an extensive look at Gov. Evers’ budget priorities, including the capital budget and higher education more broadly. Gau also shares the administration's perspective on COVID-19, the impact it will have on the upcoming school semester, and the broad direction of higher education in the State of Wisconsin.
There is no "unease" with the recall effort. The answer is no.
When it comes to protecting Wisconsin citizens from the COVID-19 virus, the Republican-controlled Legislature has abdicated its responsibility.