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Bewley and other Dems sign onto unconstitutional ALEC anti-protesting bill

September 24, 2019 by Barbara With Sen. Janet Bewley (D-25), along with four other Wisconsin Democrats, have signed on to co-sponsor SB 386, dubbed the “Anti-Protestor Bill.” SB 386 expands on original legislation that was passed in 2015, (which Bewley voted against and which was based on the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) model legislation) that […]

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Bad River Band requests Enbridge Line 5 cessation of oil flow

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 22, 2019 Mashkiiziibi (Bad River) Band requests Enbridge line 5 cessation of oil flow Bad River Tribe discovers 48 feet of line 5 uncovered and significant stretch unsupported at Denomie Creek Watershed site slope #18 at Odanah, WI Odanah, Wl, August 22, 2019- On August 21, 2019, Bad River Natural […]

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Why the 2016 rigged Democratic primary isn’t going away

May 21, 2019 by Barbara With In July 2016, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) was caught rigging the Democratic primary in favor of Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders. On the eve of the Democratic National Convention, DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz and three other top DNC officials were forced to step down when Wikileaks emails […]

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Madeline Island Jingle Dress Dancer travels to Madison to dance at the capitol

March 27, 2019 By Barbara With On March 26, 2019, the Madeline Island Jingle Dress Dancer appeared in Madison on her first visit to the capitol to promoting healing. She was invited by WISDOM, a grassroots organization comprised mostly of religious congregations of many denominations, which works to have a common voice on issues of […]

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Why Joe Rose Sr is Best for District 12 County Supervisor

March 17, 2018 by Barbara With For the past four years, Joe Rose Sr. has represented Madeline Island on the Ashland County Board. Joe is an elder of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. He was a Director and Associate Professor of Native American Studies at Northland College where he taught for nearly forty years before […]

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OMG, Kooyenga!

  RELATED STORY: GOP rep had brush with law years ago; sign theft questions remain Gideon told the Israelites to blow their trumpets, sound a battle cry and light torches, simulating an attack by a large force. The Midianite army fled! By Bill Dunn Sept. 14, 2017 After Associated Press reporter Scott Bauer’s Sept. 1 tweet […]

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Meet the Clinton Campaign Money Makers Funneling Money Through the Wisconsin Democratic Party

April 7, 2016 by Barbara With Meet some of the power players of the Hillary Victory Fund whose contributions were funneled through the Democratic Party of Wisconsin directly back to the Democratic National Committee on behalf of Clinton. Click on links below to see all their Super Pac and outside group donations (courtesy Center for Responsive Politics): Haim […]

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Lawsuits mounting against possible election fraud in AZ: Take Action Now

April 4, 2016 by Barbara With Despite that fact that Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan knew for certain that voter party affiliations had been changed prior to the Arizona primary on March 22, the vote is scheduled to be certified around 3 PM today. According to truthdig.com: Asked to explain the multiple incidents of […]

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Saboteurs of Sanders Campaign Lead to Clinton National Security Think Tank

April 1, 2016 by Barbara With There is mounting evidence that Hillary Clinton supporters have been sabotaging the Bernie Sanders campaign, and the trail leads to the Democratic National Committee and a “national security” think tank made up of current and former Clinton supporters, staff, and contributors. In a March 30, 2016 videocast on YouTube (below), “Debbie […]

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The Uber Bill and the Politics of Coincidence

February 7, 2016 by By Fred Schepartz Sometimes a coincidence is just a coincidence. Other times, when one connects the dots, where there is smoke, there is, in fact, fire. Such is the case of the Rideshare bill that passed both houses of the Wisconsin legislature and was signed into law by Gov. Scott Walker […]

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