Monday, October 23rd, 2017

Yesterday, WISN’s Jay Weber discussed my column on the state Supreme Court race and how two candidates, Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Rebecca Dallet and Madison attorney Tim Burns are fighting it out to be the liberal candidate that faces incumbent Justice Michael Gableman. Burns definitely has the credentials as a leftwing Madison activist, and he’s […]

Over at Wisconsin Watchdog: Surprise: No protesters disrupted Shapiro event at Marquette By James Wigderson  /  February 10, 2017  /  Campus Culture, Education, News, Wisconsin  /  2 Comments It’s a sign of how intolerant campus culture has become when the news about a controversial speaker visiting a college is that it occurred without protesters violently […]

Since I’m chaining myself to the desk today, I thought I would bring everyone up to speed on the comings and goings and what-not. If you’ve checked out my Facebook page, my writer’s Facebook page, or my Twitter page this morning, you’ll notice I changed the header picture. One, because the Lovely Doreen from Waukesha […]

“Then came the shade of Teiresias from Thebes, holding a golden staff. He knew who I was and started speaking: ‘Resourceful Odysseus, Laertes’ son and Zeus’ child, what now, you unlucky man? Why leave the sunlight, come to this joyless place, and see the dead? Move from the pit and pull away your sword, so […]

Catching up on recent posts over at Watchdog.org: Oconomowoc schools investigating marketing director who did consulting work during business hours By James Wigderson  /  December 22, 2016  /  Education, News, Wisconsin  /  3 Comments “We’ll continue to investigate in our fact-finding until we can reach some logical conclusions, and then we’ll take whatever actions we […]

State Rep Rob Hutton and state Sen Leah Vukmir have introduced a bill to end the ability of local governments to require contractors from entering into project labor agreements when working on a public project: “We’re basically eliminating the ability for a municipality to require that a contractor enter into a project labor agreement for […]

A new study says the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program will have a $473 million economic impact on the Milwaukee area by 2035 because of higher graduation rates for voucher school students compared to their peers in Milwaukee Public Schools.

Some days you drive to Madison just to sit and twiddle your thumbs. If DPI proposes rules and nobody speaks against them, do they make a sound? MADISON, Wis. – Despite the controversy surrounding passage of the law, nobody testified at Tuesday’s public hearing on the permanent administrative rules for Wisconsin’s Special Needs Scholarship Program. […]

Yep, Donald Trump is losing Ann Coulter. Sounds like the big sell-out is coming. Oh well. The voters did what we could. If Trump sells out, it's not our fault. https://t.co/tdMpAuDaRI — Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) December 2, 2016 Everybody try not to laugh too hard at the author of “In Trump We Trust” suddenly discovering […]

Over at the MacIver Institute, I explain why the recount in the presidential election is ridiculous: Greens Going for Recount Gold Special Guest Perspective by James Wigderson – If Stein was really interested in election integrity, she would try to actually stop voter fraud before an election occurred by supporting voter ID or other election […]