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Rebecca Bradley’s Troubling Op Ed Piece and Candidacy

April 3, 2016 by By TR Where to start, apart from the fact that┬áMs. Bradley’s “op ed” reads like a high school debate speech. First, Ms. Bradley makes a very troubling assertion regarding Judge Kloppenburg’s service as an Assistant Attorney General that evinces either willful ignorance or willful deceit on her part. The Attorney General […]

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A Fearless Sifting and Winnowing About My Country: July 4, 2012

By Michael Kissick As we discuss politics with each other, it is important to realize that there is more complexity possible than just left and right. If we add just one more dimension, then a much more nuanced picture to guide discussions of how we should construct society emerges (see figure below). As an example […]

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Wisconsin “Citizens United”

On Friday March 30, 2012, Federal District Judge William M. Conley struck down key provisions of Governor Scott Walker’s marquee legislation, WI Act 10, which stripped public workers across the State of Wisconsin of their right to collectively bargain. Although Judge Conley ruled that the State was within it’s right to deny public workers their […]

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