Politics

Vos Limits Responses to His Tweets Despite a Court Ruling He Violated First Amendment

Last time, blocking access to his feed cost Wisconsin taxpayers $200,000 in court costs.

18 hours ago

Virtual Inauguration Didn’t Stop Wisconsin Biden Supporters From Celebrating

No DC trip, no big crowds, but plenty of singing, crying, and making toasts to the new president.

1 day ago

Relief, Praise, and Unity Expressed by WI Officials as Biden Takes Office

“Oh Happy Day,” tweets Lt. Gov. Barnes as Trump remains banished from social media.

2 days ago

What the First Actions from President Biden Could Mean for Wisconsin

Whether it’s the first 100 days or the first 10 days, a new administration is likely to change the trajectory…

2 days ago

Former Capitol Police Chief: DC’s Riot and Madison’s Act 10 Protests Have No Comparison

Jan. 6 attackers “don’t value the freedom of this country.”

3 days ago

St. Croix County Republican Party Chairman Resigns Following Post Telling Members to ‘Prepare for War’

Republican Party’s Executive Committee said the chairman acted without their approval.

6 days ago

Evers’ Fair Maps Commission Keeps Working as GOP Cries for More Gerrymandering

The redistricting process will almost certainly end up in court. A Republican-backed proposal would automatically send all cases to the…

7 days ago

Tiffany, Johnson Slammed in Billboards Up North for Rhetoric Contributing to DC Riot

Minocqua Brewing Co. owner is already putting money to work in a PAC he calls "dark money meant for good."

7 days ago