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perspectives

How the Minimum Markup Law Hampers Competition

Gas station owners on the real impact of the law.

Inevitable No More

Like everything about the Clintons, inevitability is a lie.

Our Chance to Rein in State Bureaucrats

Adding transparency and accountability.

Police Use of Orwellian Technology Raises Red Flag, Requires Oversight

Local law enforcement using equipment better suited for fighting terrorism.

Indictable, Maybe; Invisible, No

It's almost like the DNC is trying to keep Hillary off the TV screens of independent voters.

"I Do Not Think it Means What You Think it Means..."

On political correctness and decency.

Fear the Bern?

Sanders proves popular in Wisconsin. Could he really win?

How I Went From School Choice Advocate to School Choice Parent

Every child is different and no one form fits every student.

daily takes

RightWisconsin "Week in Review" - February 5, 2016

Minimum Mark-Up Debate, Iowa, New Hampshire, WI-08 Scramble, and the Undercovered Story of the Week.

The State of Wisconsin Conservatism: A Symposium

What has been accomplished? Where are we going?

Are Parties Pointless?

Have we reached the end of their relevancy?

Citizen Action Declares War on Conservative Talk Radio

An old tactic gets retreaded in a new decade.

Tomah VA Whistleblower Rips Anti-Johnson Ads as 'Disingenuous'

'The Democrats have a history of ignoring Tomah.'

Key Reads - Feb. 5, 2016

Hunting in Pink, Legislative Session, the "Cookie Bill," a Trump-Less Contest?, Carson's Cashflow, Hillary vs. Bernie, "Pharma Bro," and More

INTERVIEW: Mike Nichols of WPRI on New Minimum Markup Report

"It's difficult to imagine a law that is more directly harmful to consumers.'

Milwaukee County DA Won't Charge Liberal Activist Accused of Sexual Assault

Details help explain sudden exit from Chris Larson's campaign for county executive.

School Districts Skim Millions From Local Taxpayers, Some Blame School Choice

Property taxes more than cover school choice losses.

Key Reads - Feb. 4, 2016

Ariens, State Legislature, "Making a Murderer," Russ Feingold: Career Politician," Iowa Wrap-Up, New Hampshire Gear-Up, Drafting Women, and More.

Speaker Paul Ryan: "We Have to Unite Conservatives"

Gives the keynote address to Heritage Action Policy Summit.

John Doe Targets: Chisholm Has No Right to Share Illegally Seized 'Evidence'

Chisholm and other DAs trying to revive John Doe want permission to share illegally obtained evidence with an outside law firm.

Key Reads - Feb. 3, 2016

Local Elections, Legislative Session, Iowa Caucus Postmortems, Why the Polls Were Off, Trump's New Spin, Onward to New Hampshire, and More.

Major Regulatory Reform Back on Track, Assembly Committee Vote Wednesday

State REINS Act will require legislative approval for major regulations.

Rep. Reid Ribble: My Wife Told Me Flat Out, "I Want You To Come Home"

Commends 75% of Iowa voters for rejecting Donald Trump.

John Chisholm's Hope: Pro-Bono Lawyer Despises Independent Expenditure Groups

Chisholm hopes a liberal crusader and campaign finance reform advocate can save his John Doe Investigation.

Choice Wins: More Schools Participating in Wisconsin Parental Choice Program

65% increase in the number of schools participating.

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favorite takes

Estimates from the Cap Times put Mary Burke‚Äôs income at higher than $1.36 million last year. There is no question that Burke could self-fund her campaign. Either she is having a hard time raising money, or Burke is unwilling to bet big on her own campaign. 



-Collin Roth

The Roth Report

The the downside is, our watchdog media ( ha ha ) will not do what years ago was routine good fact finding. If it is not pro their agenda, why look?


-Mike Heimbach

Wisconsin John Doe Witch Hunt: Worse Than IRS Scandal

Wow, loser at PolitiFRAUD's Wisconsin franchise is even less professional than outfit's usual low standards


-Phil Kerpen  @kerpen


-@Kerpen

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key reads

Hunting in Pink, Legislative Session, the "Cookie Bill," a Trump-Less Contest?, Carson's Cashflow, Hillary vs. Bernie, "Pharma Bro," and More
Ariens, State Legislature, "Making a Murderer," Russ Feingold: Career Politician," Iowa Wrap-Up, New Hampshire Gear-Up, Drafting Women, and More.
Local Elections, Legislative Session, Iowa Caucus Postmortems, Why the Polls Were Off, Trump's New Spin, Onward to New Hampshire, and More.

Which of the following recent Wisconsin legislative achievements are you most thankful for?

Right to Work
Prevailing Wage Reform
GAB Reform
School Choice Expansion
John Doe Reform
 

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