There will be no replay of Jill Stein pulling 30K votes in a state won by only 23K in 2016.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. Fortunately, Ordinary Times’ Friday tradition of links to read, share, and discuss is here for you.
With one of the most unpredictable presidential campaigns looming on the horizon for 2020, one thing will certainly be different from the 2016 version: the Democratic nominee will set foot in Wisconsin.
Ten Thoughts on Hulu’s Battleground.
Justice for children…and by that we mean crushing, brutal retribution regardless of age.
Because it’s Friday and everyone needs a good laugh to start the weekend.
The real lesson of Wisconsin is an important one for members of all parties: your righteous anger motivates you, not others. Winning the middle requires having something to vote for, not just to vote against.
Yesterday the good people of Wisconsin went to the voting booths and struck a blow for liberty, bravely ushering in a brand new era of prosperity while sending a powerful message to Washington and...
1. Part of me, of course, is sad Scott Walker won. He’s a conservative and I’m not. All things considered, I prefer when conservatives lose elections. That said, the rest (most?) of me is...
Mike Konczal has an excellent post up on the three-pronged approach Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is taking in his stealth budget. In fact, he’s charted the whole thing out: The assault on unions is...
Nice post from Josh Barro on why the Wisconsin labor fight’s not as important as you might think.