Donald Trump has locked up a majority of the delegates. He will be the Republican presidential nominee in 2016.
Now what?Read More →
Top lobbyists and executives with Google have no trouble getting a meeting with President Barack Obama.Read More →
Christopher Kendall’s May 12 piece in the Federalist suffers from a common fallacy of modern political writing. It fails to define its terms, and so leaves everyone open to applying their own meanings to his words. Invoking Otto von Bismarck’s famous “art of the possible” admonition, Kendall scolds supposed extremists on both ends of the political […]Read More →
Donald Trump, incredibly, has locked up the Republican nomination. As bad as that is, a bailout for Puerto Rico could be even worse.Read More →
Ray Cross recently announced at UW-Stout that he was going to use $35 million in savings to pay for staff salary increases.Read More →