It seemed preposterous that 2012 could
match the high drama of 2011 in Wisconsin. But we were proved wrong. This year
had as many sudden developments, twists and turns, conspiracies and surprise
endings as last year
On Nov. 6,
Democratic candidates for Assembly offices in Wisconsin earned almost 200,000
more votes than their Republican counterparts, yet they’ll be in the minority
in that chamber and in the state Senate for the next two
Trying to explain away his decisive, sweeping and very expensive rout to his disappointed supporters—those 1% Republicans—Mitt Romney offered a new version of the discredited "47%" argument that was so ruinous
You just can’t please some people.
Gov. Scott Walker is playing a high-stakes game of chicken—a game that
could seriously affect the state’s citizens and health care industry—by stalling
on implementing the federal Affordable Care Act’s requirement that states
What Barack Obama tried to tell America in the hour of his remarkable victory is that the nation's future won on Election Day. Seeking to inspire and to heal, the re-elected president offered an open hand to partisan
Kudos to the 70% of Wisconsinites who voted on Tuesday. Elections matter, and this one was historic. I’m grateful that President Barack Obama earned a second term. Let the pundits and analysts pick apart his ground game and data-crunching, but as far as I’m concerned it was the triumph of reality over fantasy—of creating a realistic tax code vs. one that only works in an alternate univers...