Chad Gigowski is a convict, pleading guilty last month to felony voter fraud for voting twice in the 2012 presidential election. He was sentenced to six months in jail, though granted work release privilege with 2 1/12 years probation to follow.Read More →
By Ryan Ekvall | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON – Senate Republicans hope to stymie voting irregularities that arose in the 2012 recall election in Racine.Read More →
Asserting that no person should be “Attorney General for life, or for too long,” Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen on Monday announced he will not seek a third term.Read More →
By Christopher G. Adamo
Among the most infuriating aspects of the leftist-Alinsky strategy is that it has been so effective, given it can only succeed with the tacit participation of its intended victim.
On those occasions when a conservative, who has been targeted by the left for isolation and eventual political destruction, responds by going on the [...]
Pennsylvania government is far from at a standstill this summer, with policy makers awaiting court decisions and future votes on big-ticket items.Read More →