The weather may be warming up in Wisconsin, but there’s a political chill on the conservative grassroots ground in the Badger State.Read More →
The administration of Gov. Tom Corbett says a report on Medicaid expansion by the state’s Independent Fiscal Office improperly claims as much as $515 million as savings, revenue or underestimated costs to the state.Read More →
By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog
ALBUQUERQUE – The Internal Revenue Service not only wanted a wide variety of information from the Albuquerque Tea Party‘s application for nonprofit status, it also wanted to know what contacts it had with people from other political organizations too.
That included an 83-year-old great-grandmother who was once held in a World War [...]
By Travis Perry │ Kansas Watchdog
OSAWATOMIE — In 2007, the 6,000 residents of Ulysses, Kan., were given big promises and high hopes with the proposal of a second major ethanol processing plant in the southwest corner of the state.
The facility, to be built by Nexsun Ethanol LLC, brought with it a commitment to the economic [...]
By Kevin Mooney | Watchdog.org
If you’re 102 years old and need to wait in line for hours before voting, expect to have your story told in dramatic fashion by the president of the United States. That’s what happened to Desiline Victor, a resident of North Miami, Fla. Where some see a rationale for expanded early voting, same-day voter registration and even mandatory voter registration, others see a false narrative created to promote policy changes that would result in greater federal control over state elections.Read More →