Congressman Mike Gallagher joins Federalist Radio to discuss healthcare, Veterans, process reforms, and Green Bay football.
After three hotly contested elections that gained him national attention, Scott Walker is on his way out the door in Wisconsin.
Despite concluding a crime was committed during the use of state resources to target Gov. Scott Walker, Wisconsin’s Justice Department recommends no criminal charges.
Today, Wisconsin boasts a balanced budget, lower property tax obligations, and unemployment and labor participation rates that are almost impossible to top.
No, the Left can’t carry forward some of the tactics used in Wisconsin to create a nationwide movement opposing Trump. Those failed bigly.
By now, John Dean’s pronouncements on the scandals du jour have become one of the most predictable tropes in political journalism.
The media is having a fainting spell over Trump’s quip that Hillary would go to jail for her emails, but they forget Democrats are the ones who throw the book at their opponents all the time.
If 2016 is a disaster for his party, Ted Cruz will be the only major Republican to emerge from the Donald Trump fiasco with his principles intact.
Ordinary Americans will have plenty of time to see the stark differences between Cruz and Trump as their campaigns slug it out through April and May.
Ted Cruz wasn’t supposed to be the GOP’s only hope of stopping Donald Trump, and no one thought he would make his last stand in Wisconsin. But here we are.
Donald Trump tells Wisconsin voters it’s not their fault. They didn’t make a mess of America—their stupid, corrupt leaders did.
Just a week shy of his state’s upcoming presidential primary, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker endorsed Ted Cruz for the Republican nomination on Tuesday.
The path ahead for the elites leads inevitably to the conclusion that it is the country they ought to blame, and that the coalition of the right as it currently stands ought to die with dignity.
Hillary Clinton, plagued throughout the year by poor decision-making, tops the naughty portion of a “nice and naughty” list for 2015.
Air Force fighter pilot John Boyd’s theory about confounding opponents with a constantly shifting battlefield applies to Donald Trump and all GOP aspirants.
Wisconsin’s John Doe story shows what can happen when laws gag citizens and shield the powerful, and the reform possible when victims fight back.
This was supposed to be Republicans’ best chance to nominate a real fighter for small government. Then along came Donald Trump.
Will the real Republican nominee please stand up? A few days after the second debate, we’re beginning to see the answer.
In Wednesday’s debate, the candidates began both uniting around tax and immigration policies and opening fissures between them that will influence the final primary vote.
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