Leave it to Evers: Tony’s ’sad state of affairs’

Leave it to Evers: Tony’s ’sad state of affairs’

The governor who helped light the fuse on the riot bomb that destroyed portions of Kenosha, the guy who didn’t bother showing up to the devastated city for four days, is telling President Trump his visit Tuesday would be unsettling. 

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September 1, 2020
All Woke Up: Cop-hating alder promotes riots

All Woke Up: Cop-hating alder promotes riots

Madison’s most radical leftist City Council member (boy, that’s a pick ‘em) got on Facebook this week to promote the violent “mostly peaceful” protests that ravaged downtown Madison again. 

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August 31, 2020
Biden doubles down on failed government housing policies

Biden doubles down on failed government housing policies

The Democratic convention may have emphasized Joe Biden’s character and life story, but it’s well worth scrutinizing the details of his policy proposals, too. Take a close look at his proposed $645 billion housing plan…

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August 28, 2020
Public Health’s gift to Madison public schools

Public Health’s gift to Madison public schools

Public Health Madison & Dane County’s health order — issued after 5 p.m. Friday — prohibits in-person instruction for students in grades 3 and up at all schools in Dane County. 

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August 27, 2020
Dems’ public shame game coming for you

Dems’ public shame game coming for you

In June of 2018, a spate of incidents occurred in which Trump administration officials were heckled at or asked to leave restaurants. A debate grew about whether such public shaming was an acceptable form of political speech. Many on the left argued it was.

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August 27, 2020
Teachers’ Union vs. the Poor 

Teachers’ Union vs. the Poor 

Nobody at Success Academy is using the pandemic as an excuse to loaf. This is full-strength pedagogy, within the constraints of remote communication.

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August 25, 2020