In a speech at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library last night, Republican Congressional Representative Liz Cheney laid out a stark choice - Donald Trump or the United States Constitution - and called out those in her party for “enabling his lies.”
Today, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in as the newest member of the Supreme Court of the United States, making her the first ever Black woman to sit as a justice on the nation’s highest court, and setting a precedent on equality and representation that has been long overdue.
The MAGA Effect: Wisconsin Republican Says It’s ‘Unwise’ to Acknowledge the Truth, Donald Trump Lost 2020 Election
In a weekend television interview, new Republican chair of the Wisconsin Election Commission, Don Millis, gave a vivid example of how the Trump MAGA faction continues to have a corrosive impact on elections today in Wisconsin.
GOP Gubernatorial Debate Reveals Right-Wing Candidates’ Intent to Remove Elected Officials From Office Who Disagree With Them
Republican gubernatorial candidates' extremism on abortion spiraled out of control in a debate last night. Rebecca Kleefisch and two other candidates vowed to remove local elected officials from office if they do not go along with their support of a 1849 law imposing a near total ban on abortion in Wisconsin.
As the nation still freshly grieves the Supreme Court’s overturning of our constitutional right to abortion care, Wisconsin Democrats at their annual convention this weekend emphasized unity, hope, and a constructive path forward for the Badger State.
Outraged, Grieving, and Still Pressing On: A Better Wisconsin Together Statements on SCOTUS Abortion Ruling
Today, the conservative majority United States Supreme Court decided against the will of the people and voted to overturn Roe v. Wade, the precedent-setting case that secured our right to abortion care in America.
Today, our state’s elected Republicans had an opportunity to put Wisconsin families first and act on Governor Tony Evers’ call to protect what a majority of constituents support. Yet, GOP legislators let Wisconsinites down.
This weekend, Republican politicians in Wisconsin, including Attorney General candidate Eric Toney and conservative state legislators, will join in at the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) state conference - all while families across the nation are still gathered in mourning the toll of gun violence massacres in New York, Texas, and other local communities and common sense gun safety reform laws languish.
Instead of sharing a plan focused on real issues Wisconsinites care about, in a recent media interview Michels revealed he is hung up on same-sex marriage - a right that’s been protected in America for years now under the 14th amendment and which is supported by 72 percent of the public according to a recent state poll.
While the January 6 physical attack occurred on just one day, it wasn’t and isn’t an isolated event. It was the culmination of a coordinated criminal conspiracy, with real ties to Wisconsin, that is still impacting us today.