By REP. JANIS RINGHAND | 5/15
The nonpartisan Legislative Audit Bureau recently released a full program audit of the new Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation. The results were embarrassing.
Here’s why you need to take that vacation
By STEPHANIE KLETT | 5/6
Law enforcement is wrong to shield data on drivers
By DEE J. HALL | 5/4
Improving transportation network can bridge state’s partisan divide
By DAN CUNNINGHAM | 5/3
State lawmakers should delay moving poor to health exchanges
By DR. TIMOTHY MCAVOY | 4/30
By STEVEN WALTERS | 5/6
In recent events in the state Capitol, Rep. Dale Kooyenga, R-Brookfield, has twice referred to growing up as the son of a Chicago garbage collector and Teamsters Union member.
Circus World fighting plan to be under Historical Society tent
By STEVEN WALTERS | 4/29
Lang’s numbers run state Capitol
By STEVEN WALTERS | 4/22
By CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER | 5/17
WASHINGTON -- WASHINGTON -- On Benghazi and other Obama administration scandals, stop the talk of Watergate, Iran-contra, bigger than both, etc. Hyperbole simply plays into the hands of Democrats desperately claiming this is nothing but partisan politics. Let the facts speak for themselves.
By ESTHER J. CEPEDA | 5/19
CHICAGO -- CHICAGO -- The sheer number of Latino students in public schools—one out of every four elementary school students—demands that absences for family vacations get more investigation.
INSIDE THE FIRST AMENDMENT
By CHARLES C. HAYNES | 5/16
On May 6, the school board in Lake City, Arkansas, voted to cancel sixth-grade graduation at two elementary schools. The action came soon after the district received a complaint letter from the Freedom From Religion Foundation objecting to prayers at previous graduations. Rather than drop the prayers, the district opted to drop the entire ceremony.
Watergate Era: 'A' Peak in Journalism
By GENE POLICINSKI | 5/9
When students protest abortion, can schools draw the line?
By CHARLES C. HAYNES | 5/2
By TONY PERKINS | 4/18
WASHINGTON -- WASHINGTON -- Changing the policy of the Boy Scouts of America would be a drastic mistake. It would not only dramatically alter the ethos of Scouting, but would undermine the principles of being a Boy Scout.
Pro: Scouts should embrace all Americans
By LYNN WOOLSEY | 4/18
Pro: Feds need it to help rehire vital public employees
By WILLIAM RICE | 4/11
Con: Americans can’t spend beyond their means; neither should the government
By MARTIN A. REGALIA | 4/11
By KATHLEEN PARKER | 5/15
WASHINGTON -- WASHINGTON -- The tea party and the 'Lamestream Media' have discovered a common enemy.
By MICHAEL GERSON | 5/16
WASHINGTON -- WASHINGTON -- If there is any thread that unites the three latest scandals, it is government heavy-handedness. Seizing the phone records of, say, three editors and reporters would constitute a leak investigation. Seizing the phone records of perhaps 100 is a fishing expedition and a form of intimidation.