Madison teachers warned against COVID strike

Madison teachers warned against COVID strike

By M.D. Kittle MADISON — Two public-interest law firms are warning Madison’s teachers union that it could face a lawsuit…

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March 1, 2021
The ’11 million’ lie

The ’11 million’ lie

Tucker Carlson breaks down the big lie of “11 million” illegal immigrants in the United States and what Democrats want…

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March 1, 2021
Kewaunee’s $10,000 public records bill

Kewaunee’s $10,000 public records bill

MADISON — Kewaunee city officials don’t like answering questions about a controversial plan to purchase a private harbor. Now they…

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February 28, 2021
How is DPI spending federal COVID relief funds?

How is DPI spending federal COVID relief funds?

By M.D. Kittle MADISON — Wisconsin received $158 million in federal COVID relief funding last spring to help school districts…

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February 26, 2021
Murphy: AG Kaul wrong on student debt forgiveness

Murphy: AG Kaul wrong on student debt forgiveness

By Rep. Dave Murphy Last week, Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul joined other state attorneys general in penning a letter…

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February 26, 2021
Analysis: Evers’ budget bounces Wisconsin backwards

Analysis: Evers’ budget bounces Wisconsin backwards

By The Institute for Reforming Government Gov. Tony Evers’ $91 billion “Badger Bounce Back” budget proposal would bounce the Badger…

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February 26, 2021
Tool of the Week: Tony Evers, the far left’s tool

Tool of the Week: Tony Evers, the far left’s tool

MADISON — In his budget address last week, Gov. Tony Evers spoke the language of the left’s crisis politics. “When…

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February 25, 2021
Kapenga: Dangers of legalizing marijuana

Kapenga: Dangers of legalizing marijuana

By Sen. Chris Kapenga Kids from the 1980s will likely remember a television public service campaign commonly known as, “This…

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February 25, 2021
Teachers union makes compelling case for school choice

Teachers union makes compelling case for school choice

By Corey DeAngelis, National Review Extended public-school closures and one-size-fits-all school systems have provided free advertising for school choice over…

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February 25, 2021