Wisconsin’s first-in-the-nation Parents’ Choice program using tax funds to pay tuition for students in private schools is back in the news in ways good and bad.
John urges you to attend the eighth annual Discovering Democracy Fair, where citizens are invited to talk with students who participated in Discovering Democracy field study in Washington, DC.
John shines the spotlight on young citizens who are healthy persons maturing to healthy adulthood as U.S. citizens.
Parker High School in Janesville was added to the prestigious “America's Most Challenging High Schools” published by the Washington Post.
John shares his disappointment with what he calls "the undermining of our American democracy" by Donald Trump at Wednesday's debate.
As the final presidential debate looms like a Halloween pinata full of October surprises, voters may be less committed to one or the other candidate than the numbers suggest.
Given even the lowest expectations, Donald Trump still has the capacity to surprise.
Wisconsin’s Capitol is an incestuous village with no secrets. Eventually, everyone knows who is doing what and with whom, and how often.
The second presidential debate—bloody, muddy and raucous—was just enough to save Donald Trump’s campaign from extinction.
In a year in which immigrants have been dragged through the mud, it’s ironic (and heartening) that six of this year’s Nobel laureates are American immigrants.