"You want some more?" taunts conservative Wisconsin lawman David Clarke.
"I want our police officers to be in a position to demonstrate beyond a reasonable doubt that they are acting professionally."
Just as city forefathers took purposeful steps to connect Milwaukee's first settlements, protect our lakefront, and build world-leading manufacturing companies, so too must our current generation take ownership of our challenges and future.
A local sheriff making national headlines? Being ridiculous always helps.
Both Republican and Democratic campaigns were active in Wisconsin over the weekend, reminding their supporters to get out
Paul Ryan stepped into the vice presidential debate prepped with a cadre of misstatements to confuse voters. But he didn't get away with much, what with Vice President Joe Biden giving him a drubbing and moderator Martha Radditz repeatedly holding his feet to the proverbial fire.
Like Wisconsin, America at large is bitterly at odds with itself. A starting point for recovering our national community is to acknowledge that we all, whichever side we're on, face the same question: What kind of country do we want to live in?
“Barrett was outspent by a margin that if that happens on a national scale, this is really not a democracy anymore,” Mike
The volume of explanation for why Republican Scott Walker won and Democrat Tom Barrett lost last week's Wisconsin recall
Given the difficulty of the process, were the Wisconsin recalls worth it? The answer is still a resounding yes. This was the only recourse millions of irate Wisconsinites had to be heard, and the statement was made.
Some national labor officials say they tried to dissuade Wisconsin unions and activists from going ahead with the recall
WBAY: I'd like to ask you about Wisconsin's recall election. There are a lot of Democrats that are upset you didn't campaign
"In the end we didn't actually really lose, we have the state Senate," said Kaili Lambe, who managed paid canvassing in the
Does Tate owe him an apology? No doubt pollsters were challenged by the unusual nature of the Wisconsin recall race. But
In Wisconsin, Lessons Learned And Bridges Burned: The 2012 Speculatron Weekly Roundup For June 8, 2012
A major reason for the perception that unions mostly help insiders is that it’s true. Though unions sometimes help out in
"What just happened in Wisconsin wasn't an accident," reads an email sent by Obama campaign manager Jim Messina on Wednesday
While not minimizing the gravity of the Wisconsin loss, the labor activists argued that the Ohio referendum shows voters
By refusing to campaign in Wisconsin before Tuesday's vote, President Obama proved he has no heart for engaging in a real debate about the sources of our economic crisis.