After eight years of Koch-fueled Republican hegemony in Wisconsin, Tammy Baldwin is the last prominent Democrat elected to statewide office.
15 Judges Object to State Funds for Federalist Society Conference Where WI AG Brad Schimel Plugged Campaign, Praised Hate Group
The Federalist Society is a considered by many to be a highly partisan political operation.
Wisconsin GOP Was in Retreat and Disarray Before Paul Ryan Raised the White Flag
It is hard to imagine any other Speaker leaving his post at such a pivotal time in the nation’s history.
Stronger Judicial Recusal Rules Vital for an Impartial State Judiciary
Wisconsin was found to have the fourth weakest judicial recusal rules in the nation.
Retribution and Revenge in the Wisconsin John Doe
The long running criminal investigation into whether or not Scott Walker and deep-pocketed dark money groups illegally coordinated the expenditure of some $30 million to win the 2012 recall elections should be old news by now.
Cleaning Up the Courts, Citizen Hearings at Three Locations in Wisconsin
Judges petitioned the state’s highest court for new recusal rules, they refused to even have a public hearing. Now citizens are having their own hearings.
Voter ID Suppressed the Vote Exactly as Wisconsin Republicans Predicted
New study documents that tens of thousands were disenfranchised.
SCOTUS Prepares to Hear Case that Could Put an End to Hyper-Partisan Gerrymandering and One Party Rule
50 Amicus briefs have been filed in case to be heard October 3
WILL’s Faulty School Voucher Study Cheered by Other Bradley Funded Groups
WILL’s faulty study of voucher students was echoed by Bradley funded groups and went unchallenged by mainstream media.
Bradley Foundation Floated Wisconsin Watchdog While Franklin Center Floundered
The decline of the Franklin Center is a blow to efforts by right-wing funders to develop state capitol media sites to compliment right-wing news sites covering politics in Washington, D.C., such as Breitbart News.