Overpromised and underdelivered

U.S. economy grew 2.3 percent in 2019, the slowest of Trump’s presidency – far short of Trump’s promise of 3% growth #economy https://t.co/th84bT1RLZ — John Adams (@DailyAdams) January 30, 2020        

No thanks, Mike

Donald Trump’s trade war exacerbated our farm crisis, forcing 10% of Wisconsin farms to close their doors last year, yet Mike Pence would have us believe he has the best interests of farmers at heart. We are tired of being lied to. #wipoliticshttps://t.co/zaDsW7fL0p — For Our Future WI (@ForOurFutureWI) January 27, 2020      …

How Wisconsin Women Dump Trump

Wisconsin women respondents chose someone else on crucial issues like the economy (50% someone else, 33% Trump), wages (50% someone else, 30% Trump), health care (55% someone else, 27% Trump) and prescription drug costs (49% someone else, 24% Trump).

Wisconsinites Resist

Anti-Trump rally at Red Arrow Park in Milwaukee Tuesday night. The group plans to march down to Val Phillips Street before the president’s rally at 7 p.m. @journalsentinel pic.twitter.com/dhBRzMM6GP — Meg Jones (@MegJonesJS) January 14, 2020          

One Year

When was there a another year so important to America as 2020 looks to be? Perhaps 1864, or before that 1776. There have been significant losses these last three years, but graciously some gains that offer hope for the future. These losses – and they have been grievous – have reached all parts of America,…