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President puts fake label on people’s best friend

In the 20 years I worked in news rooms for small, middle-sized and large newspapers, I always thought of them as the court of last resort for people who couldn’t get their voices heard any other way. If the average Jack or Jill couldn’t get satisfaction in city hall, in the halls of higher level ...

Campaign needs bigger ideas, like move Van Hise

Where are the big thoughts in the Wisconsin race for governor, like connecting Madison and Milwaukee by filling in the I-94 Corridor, like moving Van Hise Hall, the headquarters for the University of Wisconsin System to the state’s business center, like a jobs program that knocks down the minority unemployment rate in the central city ...

Aug. 14: referendum on Trump; Prelims over: Evers vs. Walker

The fall election in Wisconsin is shaping up as a telling referendum on President Trump. Why is that? It’s one of the take-homes from the debate last week at UWM between the two Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate prior to their primary contest in two weeks. Both Leah Vukmir and Kevin Nicholson came out four-square ...

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