The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s journalism center and Gender and Women’s Studies major raise some questions — and eyebrows.
By Mike Nichols
Wisconsin newspapers fail to disclose the left-wing funding sources for hundreds of stories they publish.
By Dan Benson
On a mutually beneficial course
Sand Valley Golf Resort is lifting Adams County out of its economic doldrums. The county, once a powerhouse in the paper industry, has seen a slower recovery than virtually anywhere else in the nation. Sand Valley is changing that.
By Janet Weyandt
In Wisconsin, we have a front-row seat to the pitfalls of liberal media bias
It’s clear that Gannett newspapers, at least the one in Milwaukee, have a progressive mindset.
By Mike Nichols
Paying too high a price
What minorities and the poor don’t know about money is especially costly. Teaching young people about financial literacy, free markets and free enterprise is vital.
By Shannon Whitworth
UW women’s studies program now offers 100 courses
Activist leanings and a lack of ideological diversity are among the many knocks against the growing Gender and Women’s Studies program.
By Rachel Horton
Seeking to fill a void
The Badger State ranks last in the nation for providing oral health care to the more than 550,000 children with dental benefits through Medicaid. Allowing dental therapists in Wisconsin could improve access to care and ease the crisis.
By Betsy Thatcher
The ironic facts: Women flourishing at UW and other colleges
In the University of Wisconsin System and on the Madison campus, women dominate in degrees, personnel and leadership roles.
By Christian Schneider
A dubious honor
James Madison would be dismayed by his namesake capital’s role in relinquishing local control to get federal grants. We offer an excerpt from our new book, “Federal Grant$tanding.”
Are pro-business Republicans heading for a slippery slope?
With trade protection and corporate incentives, politicians could lose the firm footing of their free-market principles.