Posts Tagged With: corruption

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Posted in Community, Politics
December 21, 2018

Wisconsin Republicans think they’re doing you a favor by cutting early voting

In an editorial penned by Rick Esenberg, head of the Republican “Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty,” he argues…badly…that Republicans are actually expanding early voting hours when they cut them in the raft of “lame-duck”…

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Posted in Community, Politics
March 19, 2012

Midwest Boasts Some of Most/Least Corrupt Governments

MILWAUKEE, WI (The MPJ) — When you live in the Midwest, it’s easy to follow common conceptions as to whose state is the most or least crooked.  Often, fingers get pointed at Illinois and Ohio…

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Posted in Politics
January 20, 2012

Editorial: Time to Iowa-fy America

MILWAUKEE, WI (The MPJ) — In case you haven’t noticed by now, the US Supreme Court, on Friday, struck down a legislative map in the State of Texas drawn by judges aiming to allow for…

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Posted in Community, Politics
December 20, 2011

Editorial: Gerrymanderlock, and its Solution

MILWAUKEE, WI (The MPJ) — I, much like you, have noticed nothing getting done in Congress.  The media has dismissed this condition as “partisan gridlock,” but I know better.  It’s not simple disagreements between members…