I don’t really care one way or the other if another casino is built in southeastern Wisconsin. The only time I patronize the Potawatomi casino in Milwaukee is for the occasional concert.
But to deny the Menomonee’s the right to build and operate a casino at the abandoned dog track in Kenosha because it will [...]
Earlier this month Senator Chris Larson included a discussion on the asbestos legislation currently before the legislature in Madison in one of his newsletters.
This week, the Senate Committee on Judiciary and Labor took up legislation–Senate Bill 13 and its companion, Assembly Bill 19–intended to limit the rights of victims to pursue legal action against [...]
A Decade after the Take: Inside Argentina’s Worker Owned Factories
“The economy is pretty unstrustworthy in Argentina right now – the economy’s 30% inflation will eat away at your paycheck till there is nothing left and it’s not wise [to] invest in with Argentina pesos. It is very difficult [...]
I am highly dubious of the various Forbes Best of lists…they seem contrived and simply audience building exercises…not real news topics. But in their latest Best States For Business…while our neighbors Minnesota, Iowa and Indiana are all in the top 25 states listed…Wisconsin is nowhere to be found. Just sayin’!
On Monday WJFW Newswatch 12 out of Rhinelander asked Gov. Scott Walker if he was backtracking on his 2010 campaign promise to create 250,000 jobs, and on Wednesday the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Gov. Walker told reporters, “That promise, that pledge made in the campaign was…the reason we focused on it is because we saw [...]
I imagine most all of us realized that Governor Scott Walker’s promise to create 250,000 jobs in Wisconsin by the end of his four year term was a matter of campaign hyperbole. But thank you to all of those who are holding him to it and reminding all of us about his statement.
At first [...]
Remember this video as Gov. Scott Walker continues to try to walk back the promise he made during the 2010 gubernatorial campaign that he’d create 250,000 jobs in Wisconsin if elected.