Charles J. Sykes is senior fellow at the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute and a talk show host at WTMJ radio in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He has written forThe New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today and is the author of six previous books: A Nation of Victims, Dumbing Down Our Kids, Profscam, The Hollow Men, The End of Privacy, and 50 Rules Kids Won't Learn in School.
Posted at Right Wisconsin. Yeah, this is going to be a problem for Jonathan Steitz (And the GOP). Let’s start by stipulating that candidates can’t always control either (1) who supports them or (2) how wacky their supporters might be. This is a particular complication of the digital era, where a candidate may have little or no control over how his supporters go about campaigning on his behalf. But this brings us to the awkward situation in which state senate
In an exclusive interview with RightWisconsin Editor-in-Chief Charlie Sykes, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker sounded off on a variety of news items. He specifically touted the implementation of new tax withholding tables for workers in Wisconsin, where the typical family will see more than $520 added to their take home pay this year. Walker also blasted the implementation of Obamacare, saying the debate over the law is "not over by a longshot," despite President Obama's
The GAB is a partisan cesspool that needs to be drained. The bureaucrats there have been waging a twenty-year battle to restrict the free speech rights of conservatives in Wisconsin. As RightWisconsin's Managing Editor Brian Fraley writes, they ignore state statutes, legislative intent and rulings by the Wisconsin and US Supreme Courts. Will lawmakers have the courage to stop them?
Last week, we learned that Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele paid disgraced former Democratic Party of Wisconsin spokesperson Graeme Zielinski a ten thousand dollar consulting contract for unspecified "research" last year. In the wake of that revelation, the operative's online tirades against Abele's political foes have devolved to outright threats, like the one above.