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MacIver Newsmakers Podcast With Sen. Ron Johnson: Bumpy Ride Ahead
Sen. Ron Johnson joins MacIver's Matt Kittle to talk about the midterm elections, a divided Congress, and the latest out of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. Also, Kittle clearly doesn't watch SNL anymore.  Read More MacIver Newsmakers Podcast With Sen. Ron Johnson: Bumpy Ride Ahead
Evers Declares Victory, Walker Camp Says The ‘Fight Is Not Over’
By M.D. Kittle - Democrat Tony Evers declares victory, but the razor-thin result, allegations of thousands of damaged ballots, and a late-night surprise from Democrat stronghold Milwaukee County promised that Wisconsin’s dead-heat gubernatorial race was far from over.   Read More Evers Declares Victory, Walker Camp Says The ‘Fight Is Not Over’
Evers Now Says He Won’t Raise Taxes, Contrary To What He’s Often Said
By M.D. Kittle - In the closing hours of the campaign for Wisconsin governor, Democrat candidate Tony Evers appears to have had a change of heart on raising taxes.  Read More Evers Now Says He Won’t Raise Taxes, Contrary To What He’s Often Said
Student ‘WalkoutToVote’ March Led By Liberal Network
By M.D. Kittle - Students at several Wisconsin high schools will walk out of their classrooms on Election Day and march to their polling places. But like so many school “walkouts” in the Trump era, this get-out-the-vote display is being fed and led by powerful liberal interests.   Read More Student ‘WalkoutToVote’ March Led By Liberal Network
MacIver Fact Check: Obama’s Claims About Wisconsin Gerrymandering
By Chris Rochester - Obama's claim that Wisconsin is "one of the worst gerrymandered states in the country" drastically overstates the issue. Not only is a key tool used to make such claims fatally flawed, but his rhetoric disguises the left's real goal: to seize power and secure control over the next round of gerrymandering.  Read More MacIver Fact Check: Obama’s Claims About Wisconsin Gerrymandering
Rhetorical Questions
Special Guest Perspective by Dan O'Donnell - Our response to tragedy has over the past decade or so become sadly predictable: Watch the events unfold, tweet half-hearted concern for those affected, and then, before the dead are even identified, search for something, anything about the tragedy to use as a political bludgeon.  Read More Rhetorical Questions
Absentee Ballots Lag Well Behind 2016 Numbers
By Abby Streu - Absentee voting has surged in recent weeks, but vote counts are nowhere near where they were in 2016’s presidential contest, according to the latest data from the Wisconsin Elections Commission.  Read More Absentee Ballots Lag Well Behind 2016 Numbers
‘Fight for $15’ Professional Protesters Turn Out For Gubernatorial Debate
By M.D. Kittle - Perhaps playing to the “Fight for $15” protesters that had gathered outside the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Helene Zelazo Center hours before Friday evening’s gubernatorial debate, Tony Evers doubled down on his mostly empty pledge to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.   Read More ‘Fight for $15’ Professional Protesters Turn Out For Gubernatorial Debate