Steve Stockman, a Texas congressman so far to the right he’s in danger of falling into the Gulf of Mexico, is challenging Sen. John Cornyn in the Republican Primary.
The last few months have brought several rounds of targeting restaurant chains. These are organized by different groups demanding a $15 minimum wage.
This holiday season, many families in Rock and Green counties face another spending decision: Does Blackhawk Technical College deserve the right to raise property taxes by up to $4 million—$37 on a house valued at $100,000—per year?
Except for the occasional nitwit, the Republican Party is not anti-woman despite exhaustive messaging from the Left.
A full review shows facts that were egregiously omitted or skewed in the recent AP story related to corn ethanol.
Republicans aren’t saying they will change, only that they will use nicer-sounding words when proposing policies diametrically opposed to the way women choose to live their lives in the 21st century.
Virtually all information on the Consolidated Courts Automation Programs, commonly called CCAP, is public record. Tweaks have occurred. We have a right to see these records, and the Internet just makes it easy to do so.
Conservatives fear Pope Francis just might be a commie.
The arrow of time makes decay inevitable—and each moment unrecoverable. So we gain in appreciation for things as they are when we realize they will eventually be otherwise.
Postal Service focuses on stamps that are more commercial to get young people interested. Good luck with that.
Thumbs up to Janesville Jets; thumbs down to too much sitting, to rising tobacco sales to minors and to Erin Gloria Ryan of Jezebel.com.
A proposed tighter rule would make it more difficult to recall state elected officials. The proposal, however, which requires a state constitutional change, would not do two key things.
Conservatives are conflating the pope and the president--and incorrectly.
Here's Cepeda's annual roundup of great books that are "Diverse but not about diversity."
Our local news editor, Sid Schwartz, likens a story to a tree with many branches. We can’t possibly go down every one. We have to pick what we believe are the most important and relevant branches.