Wisconsin

Nanny-stater of the week: Wisconsin towns fight repeal of bow ban

By   /  July 25, 2014  /  National, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

TAKE A SHOT: New rules in Wisconsin make it legal to use bows and crossbows in public spaces, but city officials in several places are looking to re-impose bans.

Robin Hood, Hawkeye and Katniss Everdeen would all be way less bad-ass if they lived in many towns throughout Wisconsin.

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Let us in! Wisconsin libertarians file complaint to get in debates

By   /  July 10, 2014  /  News, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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The Libertarian Party of Wisconsin says the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association provides illegal in-kind campaign contributions to candidates who qualify for its television debates.

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Oklahoma ranks 11th in corruption

By   /  July 2, 2014  /  Oklahoma  /  No Comments

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Oklahoma ranked as eleventh most corrupt state in new study. Corruption prevailed during era of one-party rule.

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Wisconsin taxpayers foot the cost of opening grocery stores

By   /  June 24, 2014  /  News, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

Unions, special interest groups and Democrats say they will oppose any attempt to start taxing groceries in Nebraska.

Ben Campioni is working overtime to open his new Pat’s Foods grocery store in Florence by Thursday. If not for the help of state taxpayers, it’s work Campioni says he wouldn’t have.

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Gov. Scott Walker: ‘I will not back down’

By   /  June 20, 2014  /  News, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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Abraham Lincoln once said, “Truth is generally the best vindication against slander.”

The truth on the widely covered “John Doe” is that two judges, one state and one federal, reviewed the accusations of partisans within a Democrat District Attorney’s Office and determined their theories have no merit or basis in law.

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Cheeseheads rejoice! FDA cutting the cheese rhetoric

By   /  June 12, 2014  /  News, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Reporter

MADISON, Wis. – If the Obama administration seriously thought it could roll its Expanded Government machine over America’s Dairyland, it obviously has never encountered an angry Cheesehead.

And the U.S. Food & Drug Administration heard from many an angry Cheesehead after word surfaced that the agency might just be thinking about banning the long-standing practice of cheese makers using wooden boards to age their products.

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