Thursday, June 20th, 2019

Waukesha Freeman 10/6/16 Page A5 Opinion Still waiting for John Doe justice Illegal leaks must be prosecuted The U.S. Supreme Court struck a blow for free speech Monday when it announced it would not take up the John Doe investigation case, ending a partisan witch hunt into conservative organizations in Wisconsin. Both state and federal […]

Waukesha Freeman Page A6 Opinion 3/3/16 Feingold forgets own record No hurry on Supreme Court pick The president proposes and Congress disposes is the old saying about divided government in Washington D.C. The voters chose President Barack Obama twice and also chose the Republican members of the U.S. Senate to thwart his agenda. Now we’re […]

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 […]

The death of Justice Antonin Scalia puts the center-right majority on the Supreme Court in peril. Instead of 5-4, the court is evenly split depending on what happens to President Barack Obama’s nominee or possibly the presidential election. On the MacIver Institute website, I explain why Scalia’s death is important for one case that will […]

The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was discovered the same morning as the most recent Republican presidential debate. Unfortunately, the gravity of the responsibilities of the office of president did not affect the debate the way it should have. At RightWisconsin, I wrote about the importance of Scalia’s death and why it is […]

Waukesha Freeman 2/11/16 Page A6 Opinion Supreme Court decision a win for Wisconsin Schimel defends Wisconsin families, jobs Wisconsin residents received a dose of good news from the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday evening. The court agreed to put on hold President Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan to curb carbon dioxide emissions until the lawsuit brought […]

Remember when Democrats said there was no need for a constitutional amendment because marriage would always be between a man and a woman? Remember when we were told the recent Supreme Court decision would not lead to polygamy? “Instead we should recognize that once we abandon the rigid constraints of history, we cannot be sure […]

Roberts’ decision may be remembered along with the Dred Scott decision as a moment when the Supreme Court’s actions spurred a nascent political movement to transform the country. From the abolitionists and the birth of the Republican Party to the Tea Party and the rebirth of the Republican Party, the cry is for “Liberty!” and it must start this November.

Quote of the day: Any wonder that John Roberts is from BUFFALO!? Wide right, dummy. — Steve Czaban (@czabe) June 28, 2012 Print this entry

This is the statement released by Governor Scott Walker’s office today: I continue to oppose ObamaCare. One of my first acts as Governor was to authorize Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen to add Wisconsin to the federal lawsuit opposing ObamaCare. Wisconsin will not take any action to implement ObamaCare. I am hopeful that political changes […]