Indy 17: We Have Lost the Thread. The War in Afganistan is over, we need housing for all, and we say goodbye to Ron Kind. Listen now!
A few thoughts from one of our frequent contributors and podcasters this Sunday morning.
Guaranteeing access to an attorney could substantially reduce the hundreds of evictions that take place in La Crosse County annually, and in the process reduce homelessness and free up resources now being spent on emergency housing.
On this 13th edition of the Indy Podcast, we sit down to read way into the plot and politics of the 2019 film Knives Out.
Times are rough, Wisconsin Republicans are trying to block anything good. Take some time out to listen to us riff on it.
By James R. Parker The bill to make Wisconsin a “second amendment sanctuary” sponsored by Senator Felzkowski is unwise, unnecessary, and ultimately dangerous in the extreme. Her obsession with citizens ability to conduct armed resistance […]
Why does our society value hedge fund managers more than workers who clean our hospital or feed our families?
Joella Striebel: When a certain mayoral candidate stopped by my house recently, we got to chatting about substance use concerns in La Crosse.
Should we value the lives of lower-risk Americans over more vulnerable populations in other countries as we distribute COVID-19 vaccines?
Mike McCabe: Today’s Republicans put themselves under a spell that has them denouncing democracy, denying science, cozying up to racists and domestic terrorists…and sentencing their own party to a slow and painful death