Saturday, December 3rd, 2016

Judging from the most recent interview by Mike Gousha on his Sunday morning yack fest, it’s like Russ Feingold never served in the Senate. Gousha asked Feingold about Senate Republicans like Ron Johnson refusing to consider President Barack Obama’s nominee for the Supreme Court, but as I explain at RightWisconsin Gousha never asked a follow-up […]

As Huey Lewis sang, sometimes bad is bad, and the GAB is really bad. While attention is often focused on Executive Director Kevin Kennedy, GAB Chairman Judge Gerald Nichol did his best in an interview to remind the audience he and the other board members are a major part of the problem, too. Over at […]

Sheila Cochran of the Milwaukee Area Labor Council showed she lacked any sense of perspective when, in response to a question about Right to Work from Mike Gousha, she referred to Martin Niemöller’s “First they came…” speech. Over at RightWisconsin, I explain just how ridiculous this is. I also point out that Gousha had an obligation […]

This year we are continuing our tradition of taking a look back to last year’s predictions.  You would think I would learn each year that making so many predictions just means I have more work to do the following year correcting them. I’m also increasing the odds I’ll be wrong. Some people think I’m just […]

Catching up here a bit. State Senator Mike Ellis made an absurd complaint about the proposed expansion of school choice, saying that a school district should not be punished if one or two buildings fail. Of course Ellis’ objection is just absurd. Buildings don’t fail. School districts fail when they fail to teach children. If […]

When Wisconsin Democratic State Party Chairman Mike Tate was on Upfront with Mike Gousha this weekend, he was in a studio in Washington D.C. In between the “you knows” Tate had this to say about the efforts to recall Republican state senators. “These are really citizen driven efforts. You know, I mean that the bar […]

Scott Walker mailed a postcard! Scott Walker mailed a postcard! The world is going to end! There is, of course, nothing wrong with reminding the audience that your opponent has a record, too, as a politician. As I wrote previously about Mark Neumann’s attacks on Walker, I’m a believer in rough-and-tumble primary election campaigns. I […]

Dick Leinenkugel told Mike Gousha he was surprised at the tone of the criticisms over his time as Commerce Secretary for Governor Jim Doyle. Republican U.S. Senate candidate Dick Leinenkugel, who served as commerce secretary under Democratic Gov. Jim Doyle, says he was a little surprised at the nature of the attacks he’s received from […]