Saturday, December 10th, 2016

Like Dickens’ London and Paris, Waukesha and Dane Counties are not that far apart geographically but are worlds apart culturally and politically. In the latest issue of the Wisconsin Interest, Torben Lütjen looks at the two counties and has some interesting observations: We may even leave aside the many stereotypes that nowadays are connected to […]

WTMJ-AM’s Charlie Sykes has an article in The Wisconsin Interest discussing the rise of conservatives at UW-Milwaukee and elsewhere. Last spring, conservative students, running for seats on the UWM student Senate, on a platform of lowering segregated fees (paid by students) and fiscal responsibility, won the student election by a 2-to-1 margin. “We saw this […]

WTMJ-AM’s Charlie Sykes has an article in The Wisconsin Interest discussing the rise of conservatives at UW-Milwaukee and elsewhere. Last spring, conservative students, running for seats on the UWM student Senate, on a platform of lowering segregated fees (paid by students) and fiscal responsibility, won the student election by a 2-to-1 margin. “We saw this […]