Tag Archives: 1st Amendment
A group of school children visiting the capitol.

FDR’s Four Freedoms

July 17, 2013  By David Rolnick [What follows are written comments submitted to the Wisconsin Department of Administration as part of the public input process on the promulgation of emergency administrative rules. – Editors] In his series of four paintings illustrating President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms, the very traditionalist and conservative American illustrator Norman Rockwell depicted […]

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Honor Wisconsin Citizens Like My Father And Me

July 15, 2013  By Peggy Porter Koeing [What follows are written comments submitted to the Wisconsin Department of Administration as part of the public input process on the promulgation of emergency administrative rules. – Editors] When I was seven years old, my father took me to the Wisconsin State Capitol.  My memories of that day […]

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Solidarity  Forever

The First Amendment Is Our Permit

July 14, 2013,  By Jerry McDonough [What follows are written comments submitted to the Wisconsin Department of Administration as part of the public input process on the promulgation of emergency administrative rules. – Editors] In February, 1904 the State Capitol building was destroyed by fire. The Governor at the time was also a Republican. There […]

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Quit Trying to Silence Our Voices

Quit Trying to Silence Our Voices

July 14, 2013  By Pam Robson [What follows are written comments submitted to the Wisconsin Department of Administration as part of the public input process on the promulgation of emergency administrative rules. – Editors] I used to walk through the Capitol several times a week, on my way somewhere, maybe on an errand, or maybe […]

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Rep. Chris Taylor at the Solidarity Sing Along on November 12, 2012.

Singing Lands Rep. Taylor on Capitol Police Watch List

WCMC has obtained a complete list of names that the Capitol Police have been using to take attendance at the Solidarity Sing Along. Included on that list is State Representative Chris Taylor (D-Madison). The list was obtained through an Open Records request to the Capitol Police and came with the months and dates of birth […]

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