We spoke to photojournalist and union activist Susan Ruggles about her memories of the Wisconsin Uprising and why the pandemic is leading to an increase in support for unions.
Tag: Make America Read Again
Our Wisconsin Revolution to Host Economic Justice Virtual Townhall
The event will include a discussion of the connection between Wall Street and economic downturns, the destruction of Wisconsin’s family farms, and Modern Monetary Theory.
Evers, Like Walker, Can Count on Festival Foods
Festival Foods’ owners often back Republicans financially, but the grocery chain’s PAC likes to hedge its bets to keep friends on both sides of the aisle.
GameStop, COVID and Essential Workers
Why does our society value hedge fund managers more than workers who clean our hospital or feed our families?
Will Sam Work For People Who Use Drugs?
Joella Striebel: When a certain mayoral candidate stopped by my house recently, we got to chatting about substance use concerns in La Crosse.
Against Vaccine Nationalism
Should we value the lives of lower-risk Americans over more vulnerable populations in other countries as we distribute COVID-19 vaccines?
Serves Them Wrong
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
Kwik Trip Among Backers of Group That Promoted Capitol Protest
The La Crosse company contributed $25,000 over recent years to a group that helped organize the protest that led to the deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol.
After Four Years, Accountability is Long Overdue
Jim Goodman: Republicans, in the wake of the Capitol invasion, now call for healing and unity, despite their longstanding willingness to aid and abet Trump’s tactics.
A Letter to Tom Vilsack
Driftless Young Farmers Coalition: We envision a different future for agriculture…and we need the active participation of the USDA to create it.