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MacIver News Minute: The John Doe Probe Was Even More Sinister Than Feared
The infamous John Doe probe cast an even more expansive net than conservatives had feared, according to a new DOJ report on the leak of sealed John Doe documents to the Guardian newspaper. Rogue investigators even continued the probe after a judge ordered the probe stopped and kept seized documents in a box marked "opposition research."  Read More MacIver News Minute: The John Doe Probe Was Even More Sinister Than Feared
The MacIver Report: Wisconsin This Week – New John Doe Revelations, and Guy Benson on Tax Reform
Team MacIver zeroes in on the latest revelations about Wisconsin's John Doe probe. According to a new DOJ report, the probe was far more expansive and intrusive than even conservatives believed. That, and Bill Osmulski (not actually a coffee bean farmer)is joined in the studio by Townhall political editor Guy Benson. Guy shares his insights about federal tax reform - sifting through the facts, distortions, and outright lies.  Read More The MacIver Report: Wisconsin This Week – New John Doe Revelations, and Guy Benson on Tax Reform
Ethics Commission Holds Closed-Door Meeting On John Doe Report
By Bill Osmulski -The Wisconsin Ethics Commission held a closed-door teleconference on Friday prepared to discuss the state Department of Justice’s bombshell report into leaked John Doe investigation documents.  Read More Ethics Commission Holds Closed-Door Meeting On John Doe Report
Tyler Brandt: UW-Madison Throwing In With National Thought Police Database
UW-Madison Young Americans for Liberty President and MacIver intern Tyler Brandt joins the Vicki McKenna Show to talk about an effort at UW-Madison to make sure thought crime offenders end up in ProPublica's national database of "hate crimes" - which can include almost anything that someone decides to complain about.  Read More Tyler Brandt: UW-Madison Throwing In With National Thought Police Database
MacIver News Minute: Homeowners’ Bill Of Rights Restores Basic Property Rights After Murr Case
Donna Murr and her siblings had no idea how intrusive government can get - until they went to sell a second lot attached to their folks' lakefront cabin. They found out the lots had been merged by bureaucratic fiat years ago and they weren't allowed to sell half the property. That property rights injustice was corrected by a newly enacted law authored by Rep. Adam Jarchow.  Read More MacIver News Minute: Homeowners’ Bill Of Rights Restores Basic Property Rights After Murr Case
“Dead Wrong” – Schimel Refutes Media Reports That John Doe Investigation Found No Wrongdoing
Attorney General Brad Schimel talks about the Dept. of Justice's bombshell new report on the John Doe that found extensive wrongdoing by highly partisan GAB officials, contrary to pervasive reports in the mainstream media. Kittle guests hosts the Dan Conry Show on News/Talk 1310 WIBA.  Read More “Dead Wrong” – Schimel Refutes Media Reports That John Doe Investigation Found No Wrongdoing
New DOJ Report Details Extensive, Secretive and Partisan-Charged “John Doe III” Dragnet
MacIver's Matt Kittle, whose work covering the John Doe abuses in Wisconsin are extensive and meticulous, talks about breaking news about a Dept. of Justice report revealing the true extent and abuse of the notorious dragnets.  Read More New DOJ Report Details Extensive, Secretive and Partisan-Charged “John Doe III” Dragnet
The MacIver Report: Wisconsin This Week – Tax Reform, Trolls, Hemp, and Born-Again Deficit Hawks
While Mike Flynn and the FBI trumped all in the past week's media coverage, the once-in-a-generation tax overhaul effort continued to crawl toward the finish line when it passed the Senate early Saturday. Team MacIver talks about that, tort reform, winners and losers of the week, the latest Detroit football failure, and unhinged Twitter trolls (and much more) in this week's MacIver Report.  Read More The MacIver Report: Wisconsin This Week – Tax Reform, Trolls, Hemp, and Born-Again Deficit Hawks