Recorded earlier today at Noon.
Wisconsin’s electors meet at noon in the Capitol on Monday, but Trump’s lawsuits seeking to overturn the vote drag on. @WisGOP @WisDems https://t.co/T3Hu4OSd4T pic.twitter.com/lAoMt0AVab — Wisconsin Examiner (@WIExaminer) December 14, 2020
100 years ago today, the #19thAmendment was ratified after decades and decades of struggle by brave women. Just as the fight for voting rights went on then, our fight continues today. #WomensVote100 pic.twitter.com/2v2bSwFalC — Sen. Tammy Baldwin (@SenatorBaldwin) August 18, 2020
There’s a saying in Shawano County, usually attributed to the county’s former district attorney, that if you come on vacation, you’ll leave on probation. Decades of law and order prosecutors and a historically punitive culture have created a court system that mistreats outsiders, locals, Native Americans from the neighboring Menominee Reservation, defendants and victims. At…
The Washington County Board did some political grandstanding last week when it cited the U.S. Constitution to create a “sanctuary” in opposition to masks. There is no sanctuary. Masks are being required by businesses and organizations all over the country. Under what Article did the supervisors find masks in the Constitution?