Two Republican senators joined avowedly communist activists in declaring their support for the abolition of the Columbus Day holiday, to be replaced by Juneteenth.
Trump answered questions from Hannity and members of the studio audience but always managed to bring the conversation back to his favorite topic: media bias.
Black Lives Matter protesters toppled a statue of an abolitionist and beat up an openly gay state senator, while a Milwaukee mob set fire to a home and injured several police and a firefighter.
A spokeswoman for Tony Evers denied that the governor knew about the recording, bringing into question whether his staff broke the law by recording the call without either party’s knowledge.
Those leading the charge to keep America closed seem to have a problem living under their own rules.
‘Thank God the state is opening so myself and thousands can finally escape this nightmare,’ says a former restaurant manager who is still waiting for unemployment after nine weeks of being forced out of a job.
Declaring that the state’s top health official wrongly bypassed legislative oversight, the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down the Evers’ administration’s extended lockdown of the state.
The media have tried to convince voters of Trump’s failure for many years, but have thus far been unable to do so. Tuesday’s special elections show we should hold off on the “Blue Wave” and “Trump can’t win” narratives.
Sens. Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson are requesting new records and inteviews with key players in the state department in their ongoing Biden probe.
Republican Congressman from Wisconsin, Mike Gallagher, joins Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.
Wisconsin stay-at-home orders were supposed to lift Friday. Instead, thousands of protesters flooded Madison after the Evers administration extended ‘Safer at Home.’
Don’t believe everything you read in the headlines. When it comes to voter suppression in the Dairy State, the Republican Party is hardly the one to blame.
Elizabeth Warren officially endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden Wednesday in an effort to bring a fractured party together after a divisive primary.
Joe Scarborough couldn’t keep from scoffing at Wisconsin Republicans during MSNBC’s ‘Morning Joe’ Tuesday after Wisconsin election results rolled in.
If we can learn anything from Wisconsin about coronavirus and election panics, maybe it’s that it’s time to start thinking about November.
On Friday, Milwaukee election officials announced the city would open only five polling locations for the Wisconsin primary on Tuesday, April 7.
Bloomberg campaign employees in non-battleground states learned their “guaranteed” employment through November was a shallow promise.
While his opponent hopes to bring her focus on social justice to the state Supreme Court, Justice Dan Kelly wishes to ‘assiduously patrol the borders between the branches.’
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