Politics

Paul Ryan’s inability to connect with constituents has weakened his appeal — enter Randy Bryce

In a time where underdogs have a fighting chance, Paul Ryan may face his hardest election to date

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Milwaukee County Jail death should spark outrage in us all

Inmate who died of dehydration shows why we need to continue discussion of treatment of minorities, mentally ill, incarcerated

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Rural candidates are the future of the Democratic Party in Wisconsin

With so much of the state's population rural, finding someone who can identify with their struggles is essential

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I can’t tell if Sean Spicer is an idiot or not

It might be an accident, but the White House Press Secretary's distractions for the media seem to be working

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Anti-immigrant Americans need to remember why St. Patrick’s Day exists

Treatment of Irish immigrants in America during the 19th and 20th century remains remarkably relevant in today's political culture

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It appears President Trump has no actual foreign policy plan

Odd behavior, foolish promises are making it seem that though president, his allies don't have any understanding of foreign policy

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Taking attendance in classes is a waste of time

Forcing students to attend classes does nothing but dull an otherwise vibrant learning environment

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The fine line between escapism and ignoring real problems

Finding balance between tuning out, focusing in on what's happening in government is essential for protecting our future

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Lowell Holtz should not be in charge of Wisconsin schools

With public education in Wisconsin, America already under attack, we cannot afford to elect another Walker yes-man as state superintendent

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Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke should run for U.S. Senate

If Clarke faces enough scrutiny as a Senate candidate, maybe Wisconsin can get rid of his antics for good