When Throop ran into obstacles filling two borough jobs, Councilwoman Charlene Tomasovitch twice had a relative who was available and qualified, she said.
By M.D. Kittle |Wisconsin Watchdog
MADISON, Wis. – Of all of the truly frightening accounts of government abuses in Wisconsin’s political John Doe investigation, David French’s description of the early-morning raid on Cindy Archer’s home just may be the most stunning.
Taxpayer-subsidized halfway houses are worrying the neighbors in northeast Jackson, Miss.
Gregg Peppin saw his late father’s name on the Missing Money website, which the state uses to connect people with their cash. He got pretty excited, yet months later, the Rogers resident is still waiting for a $5,000 check.
“A son or a daughter or an aunt or an uncle who are trying to do this, I understand why there’s $650 million in that account. People are not going to do this for $100 or $200 or $300, they’re just not. You’re going to go, ‘Forget it,’” said Peppin, a longtime political consultant.
There’s a puzzling charge being lobbed at charter schools in North Carolina by academic researchers: they’re reintroducing segregation.
It’s an idea that gets at something not often discussed in the national debate over hiking the minimum wage: Maybe it’s not just companies versus workers, or government versus companies. Maybe taxpayers are a vital part of the equation, paying to support both halves of an unhealthy relationship that has exploded onto the streets in the past year.
By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Watchdog
MADISON, Wis. – Marquette Baylor is finally speaking out against her long-time boss, U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin.
As Chris Christie pursues his political fortunes outside New Jersey, state taxpayers were squeezed for nearly a half-million dollars last year to cover the travel costs of his security details. The travel expenses for the state police Executive Protection Unit rose to a record $196,006 for the fourth quarter.
Union bosses known for bashing the rich are often millionaires themselves, paid with dues taken from workers’ paychecks.
Ice cream is wonderful.
Beer is wonderful (as long as you’re at least 21 years old, of course).
Putting them together? Well, maybe not the most obvious of flavor combinations, but I guess I’d be willing to give it a shot.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe told a national audience Sunday that Virginia’s economy is “roaring,” thanks to him. But economists aren’t so bullish, and McAuliffe’s critics say presidential politics is Job One for the Democrat.
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The West Rankin Utility Authority won a key battle Tuesday in its fight to build a new wastewater treatment plant and leave Jackson’s aging facility.