On GOP retreats from open records proposal: "Being that these sweeping changes were set up to affect past actions and decisions, too, the Republicans knew exactly what they were doing."
We spend 4 percent more while hurting public schools and the UW System and attacking health care and the environment.
These radical and sweeping changes represent a full-frontal attack on Wisconsin’s history of open government.
If you're among today's graduates and thinking about your future, my message is this: Wisconsin is a place of opportunity for you to work, live and pursue your dreams.
On teacher suing city: "Most posters don't seem to realize that the lawsuit is not about whether or not she was intoxicated while at work."
I am deeply concerned that Republican legislative leaders have stated that transportation projects are going to be postponed as a result of funding cuts they support.
The Joint Finance Committee recently voted to modify Gov. Walker’s proposed education budget by investing nearly $200 million in additional funding.
From the viewpoint of state taxpayers, the plan is a clear winner. For every dollar the state invests, we’ll collect $3 in income taxes.
On city council to consider e-cigarette ban: "Will you ban candy cigarettes next? Oh, that is right. Did that in the school system back in the '80s."