Welcome Back, Scott. Let’s Get To Work

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Our Wisconsin legislature has some great people. I often say that they passed prevailing wage reform, right to work legislation and recreated the 2015-16 budget despite the governor (who was running for president), not with him. But when Governor Walker was … Continued

Reagan Didn’t Shut Down, Neither Will Rick Perry

SUMMER, 1979: The campaign for Gov. Ronald Reagan revealed it was out of money. Not only had they used up their $1.3 million money stash, but they weren’t pulling in the donors they had hoped. Many were discounting the candidate … Continued

PUT GARDASIL MANIA TO BED, FOR ONCE

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CANCER IS TERRIBLE Every year, 6.2 million Americans contract the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) after becoming sexually active. Currently, over 20 million Americans have the incurable virus. It is responsible for 70% of cervical cancer cases and 90% of genital warts. … Continued

Superintendent Haws Hits the “Reply” Button… to the Wrong Parent

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POLITICKING ON SCHOOL GROUNDS On October 22nd, a parent/teacher meeting at Starbuck School for an engineering program hosted Michael Frontier, a school board member to discuss the pending referendum vote with parents and students. His appearance was accompanied by the distribution of two-sided flyers … Continued

“Accidental Congressman” Leaves a Lasting Impact After Letter, Loss

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SNATCHING VICTORY FROM THE JAWS OF DEFEAT Tuesday saw the loss of one of Congress’ most conservative voices, Kerry Bentivolio. Known around many circles as the “accidental congressman,” Bentivolio won Michigan’s 11th Congressional district in 2012 because of a freak-oops moment by … Continued

Is This A Come-To-Jesus Moment or C.Y.A.?

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After about 11 days of uncoordinated, but effective response from the conservative base about the contentious 21st Senate District primary, and one day after the largest hit of them all, from radio show host Charlie Sykes, Jonathan Steitz has issued a mea … Continued

What About Dirty Money? Well, I Don’t Know…

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LIKE DEATH AND TAXES, SO IS MONEY IN POLITICS For as long as there have been politics, money – or it’s prehistoric cousin – has been involved. And yet, for about the last 40 years, the government has been regulating … Continued

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