Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

I somehow missed this. Wisconsin Public Radio did an article on my radio appearance discussing Governor Scott Walker’s endorsement of Texas Senator Ted Cruz in the Republican Primary. How did that endorsement work out? From the article: James Wigderson, a conservative columnist for the Waukesha Freeman and contributor to Right Wisconsin, said there was no […]

Barring disaster or an ugly incident with a manager for a presidential campaign, I will be on Wisconsin Public Radio’s Central Time program at 4:15 PM. We’re going to discuss Governor Scott Walker’s endorsement of Texas Senator Ted Cruz today and the importance of endorsements. After that, I’ll do my Bob Dylan impression. If you […]

One of the more interesting provisions of the proposed state budget is a possible cut to the subsidy for public radio and public television. Over at the MacIver Institute, I explained why the proposed cuts are not deep enough. The budget should have eliminated the subsidies entirely. Despite the hysteria, Walker’s proposal does not end […]

I was on At Issue with Ben Merens on Wisconsin Public Radio Wednesday afternoon. If you did not get a chance to listen, the podcast is now online at the WPR website. Or just follow the link. I don’t think it went too badly but I’m not a good judge of these things. I had […]

Today’s Marquette University Law School Poll had plenty of bad news for Democrats. It shows Governor Scott Walker ahead of Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett 50% to 44% among registered voters, 52% to 45% among likely voters. Walker’s approval rating is 51% to 45%. Barrett’s favorable/unfavorable rating is upside-down at 41% to 46%. Public Policy Polling […]