Monthly Archives: April 2017

It was a good week in Madison for conservative legislation.  Both the REINS Act and the repeal of prevailing wage cleared legislative hurdles and since the full legislature is on the floor during the first two weeks of May, these

During the 2013 government shutdown President Obama went out of his way to make the shutdown as painful as possible for Americans.  Obama’s Department of Interior initially shut down all National Parks, even going so far as to put up

Here we go again.   Congress is about to pass another continuing resolution to keep the federal government operating for the next several months.  Why?  Because politicians like Tammy Baldwin have refused to make the tough budgeting decisions her constituents

Another Tax Day has passed and Senator Tammy Baldwin is bemoaning the cost and complexity of filing taxes.  That’s certainly a sentiment we share, but we’re even more concerned about the actual cost of taxes and the complexity of the

Despite historic levels of partisanship and obstruction, Neil Gorsuch was confirmed as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court earlier today.  On the final vote, three Senate Democrats crossed party lines to support his nomination.  At the same time, Wisconsin

Last week we joined elected officials and grassroots groups from eleven states and sent a letter to Senate Judiciary Chair Grassley and Ranking Member Feinstein urging them to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch.  You can read the full letter below: March 30,

Since Judge Neil Gorsuch was nominated to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat you have likely heard that he was appointed to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals by a unanimous voice vote in 2006. You’ve also probably read that