By Karen Schroeder | For Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON — The government is planning to spend about $16 BILLION to implement programs that are basically the same as those paid for in the 1950s. Many have been given the false impression that Common Core State Standards and the International Baccalaureate programs will reform and improve education. However, these two [...]
By Kirsten Adshead | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON – Gov. Scott Walker spent Wednesday at the Great Wall of China.
You wouldn’t know that, of course, from any information coming out of the governor’s office, which has refused to give all but the most general information about Walker’s trip to China.
And you certainly wouldn’t know it by tracking media coverage [...]
By Arthur I. Cyr | for Wisconsin Reporter
KENOSHA — “A real and clear danger” is how United States Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel on April 3 described North Korea. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and South Korea Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se have held a joint news conference in Washington, D.C., to emphasize military and [...]
MADISON — I really never bought into all that mumbo jumbo about déjà vu — until Friday morning, when I read the White House’s Employment Situation in March.
The news release began with its usual note of restrained optimism.Read More →
MADISON – Two months-plus into his second term, it would seem President Obama’s thoughts have turned to legacy building.Read More →