Dave is editor emeritus of The Capital Times.
Delegates to last weekend's GOP state convention voted to pursue legislation to end election-day voter registration and passed a resolution urging the Legislature to require those registered at "temporary residences" to vote at their "permanent" residence, a moved clearly aimed to deter voting by students and young people.
Scott Walker is an experienced politician — and if he can use the state treasury to help him stay in office, that's exactly what's he'll do.
The Illinois attorney general plans to sue the federal Environmental Protection Agency for loosening restrictions on smog in the area around the Foxconn plant.
"Home of the Braves," written by Patrick W. Steele, reveals how ownership manipulations and the underhanded politics of Major League baseball stole a team from a city that poured its heart — and money — into its initial success, only to watch it disappear for greater riches in Atlanta.
President Donald Trump is enamored with Pruitt's attacks on environmental regulations, so despite criticism from Republicans and Democrats alike he remains in office, free to continue his destruction of the EPA.
The most recent Smithsonian Magazine identifies what it calls the "Clean Top 10" states in deriving their energy from renewable fuels. No surprise here: Wisconsin is not among them.
Ben and Judy Sidran's "Madison Reunion," commemorating those 50-year-ago crazy 1960s, promises to be a huge hit when it takes place at the Memorial Union next month.
The Department of Homeland Security reluctantly admitted following a recent New York Times story that it has separated mothers and children in about 700 refugee families.