Keep it clean: Lowered cost makes clean energy preferable option

Clean energy costs less than coal —adding to list of reasons to expand clean energy sector


The first Earth Day originated in Wisconsin — here’s how far we’ve come since then

The first Earth Day was gripped with urgency on both sides of the aisle, that same urgency is needed now more than ever


Social media is ablaze about Notre Dame — but silent about destruction of mosques, black churches

Failure to give appropriate attention to destruction of other religious sites emblematic of extreme, pervasive white supremacy


The most charismatic presidential candidates are also most void of policy-related plans

As some presidential candidates gain fame on twitter, policy-related arguments have gotten lost in the mix


Local news has a global impact

As corporations consume and corrupt local newpapers, the integrity of democracy is jeopardized


A drawing lesson for Wisconsin politicians

Ahead of 2020 census, abolition of gerrymandering is important now more than ever for creation of fair districts


Pardons bring the opportunity to reframe Wisconsin’s criminal justice system

In a complete 180 from the Walker Administration, Gov. Evers use of pardons increases focus on rehabilitation


Fight against climate change is heating up in Wisconsin

Evers' move to join the U.S. Climate Alliance sets strong precedent for preserving Wisconsin wildlife


John Cornyn’s tweet: A reminder of the danger behind editing history to fit a political agenda

Cornyn lacked context, historical accuracy in quoting Mussolini to criticize democratic socialists


Progressivism wins in Wisconsin: 2020 candidates need not adopt centrism to appeal to voters

Baldwin's progressive campaign should serve as a blueprint for democratic candidates hoping to win over voters

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