The years since the 2010 Affordable Care Act’s passage have driven home a clear message: Reforming health care is a monumental undertaking even when the policy prescriptions are relatively modest.
We’re in favor, in principle, of a program aimed at deterring imprisoned drunken drivers from reoffending, and can even see the value in early release for those who complete the program.
Back a few years ago, soon-to-be-president Donald Trump excoriated then-President Barack Obama for issuing executive orders to implement his policies, calling them “major power grabs of authority.”
Anyone who has ever owned a dog knows the experience can have its, um, drawbacks. Dogs of our acquaintance have been known to shred rolls of toilet paper, gobble food off counters, bark furiously at squirrels and letter carriers, barf on rugs, whine to be walked no matter what the weather an…
Donald Trump made himself a political celebrity in 2016 by persuading news media to talk about — Donald Trump. He did it mainly by the expedient of saying outrageous things — by trolling, in the parlance of social media — and it worked. It’s still working, though these days as often to his d…
An estimated 20,000 people — including many children — are homeless in Wisconsin as winter approaches. Living out of cars, in tents or on the street, they need a hand up from their quiet suffering.
Wisconsin has long been a hotbed for golfers and golfing fans and the Badger State has been a genial host with big turnouts for some great professional golf tournaments over the past two decades. On Wednesday, the hotbed was a little bit hotter than usual when state golf fans tried to get ti…
Donald Trump confirms on a daily basis that Republicans can be dishonest, dishonorable and, if we’re honest about it, loathsome. But is Trump really the most reprehensible of the political grifters who have taken over the once honorable Republican Party? Sadly, no.
University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban will make $6.5 million to coach the Crimson Tide this season, but with performance incentives that dollar amount could rise.
If anyone has become the conscience of the Republican Party in Wisconsin during Donald Trump’s chaotic and norm-shattering presidency, it’s Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke.
U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue discovered during his trip to the dairy state Tuesday that many people don’t like having the obvious pointed out to them, especially by a member of the Trump administration.