Legal expert calls John Chisholm’s Supreme Court petition ‘outlandish’
Legal expert calls John Chisholm’s Supreme Court petition ‘outlandish’
M.D. Kittle | April 29, 2016|   14
“Where I see this going is precisely nowhere,” said Andrew Grossman.
Johnson pushes government reform package
Johnson pushes government reform package
M.D. Kittle | April 28, 2016|   47
The suite of bills aims to “strengthen inspectors general, curb improper payments and improve anti-fraud controls."
Election official: proposed voter ID information campaign ‘complete waste of money’
Election official: proposed voter ID information campaign ‘complete waste of money’
M.D. Kittle | April 28, 2016|   62
“We must point out that this is hard-earned taxpayer money,” the Milwaukee election official said. “I would think this is not worthwhile to do.”
Conservative icon Justice David Prosser to leave the Supreme Court
Conservative icon Justice David Prosser to leave the Supreme Court
M.D. Kittle | April 27, 2016|   15
Prosser's announcement comes just weeks after a bitter Supreme Court election that saw conservatives maintain a 5-2 majority.
Security expert: History shows NSA spying scandal wasn’t that bad
Security expert: History shows NSA spying scandal wasn’t that bad
M.D. Kittle | April 27, 2016|   21
“In the 1960s they (the FBI) tried to get Martin Luther King Jr. to commit suicide by blackmailing him,” Carafano said.
Amid protests, Middleton’s Jesus Lunch doles out food, inspiration and inclusiveness
Amid protests, Middleton’s Jesus Lunch doles out food, inspiration and inclusiveness
James Wigderson | April 27, 2016|   153
Despite the cold weather, the weekly “Jesus Lunch” in Middleton, Wisconsin, took place in Firemen’s Park right next to Middleton High School on Tuesday. The group served 650 lunches to students before running out of food. Across a set of barriers set up by police, a much smaller group protested for the second week in a row. Standing […]
Russ Feingold is listening — to big labor and his other out-of-state contributors
Russ Feingold is listening — to big labor and his other out-of-state contributors
M.D. Kittle | April 26, 2016|   77
Big labor in particular has spent big money on the Middleton liberal in his bid to take back the seat he lost to conservative Sen. Ron Johnson in 2010.
Nonprofit still offering free legal services as right-to-work battle heats up
Nonprofit still offering free legal services as right-to-work battle heats up
M.D. Kittle | April 25, 2016|   1
“The recent ruling against Wisconsin’s Right to Work law will not deter the National Right to Work Foundation from providing free legal assistance to union-abused Wisconsin employees,” said Mark Mix,
Untold story of Act 10 told in new report
Untold story of Act 10 told in new report
James Wigderson | April 25, 2016|   216
A new study on the effects of Act 10 on education in Wisconsin focuses on the non-economic benefits of the controversial law, including giving local school districts more freedom to find out what works in their classrooms. “One recurring theme was how superintendents were using Act 10 for their districts for merit pay, to have […]
Russ Feingold goes Hollywood in latest campaign haul
Russ Feingold goes Hollywood in latest campaign haul
M.D. Kittle | April 22, 2016|   28
The California kid, Russ Feingold, D-Middleton (and California), raked in more than $31,000 in campaign donations from Tinseltown and the broader entertainment community