The election reflection continues. Today’s topic: Sexism. How much did it play a role in the election? How do women win if we have to play by the rules, but then the rules change? Where does feminism and women’s rights go from here? All this and more with guests Kelda Roys and Ali Muldrow.
Brazil is currently facing its worse political crises in several decades as opponents of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff attempt to impeach her on corruption charges. But Rousseff has refused to resign and says that impeachment proceedings amount to undemocratic attempts by the right wing opposition to oust her from power, an attempted coup d’etat. In […]
(WORT) — Political watchdog Mike McCabe explains why running government like a business isn’t good for either.
In 2012, Kohl’s Corp. received a whopping $62.5 million tax credit package from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation earmarked for job creation and the construction of a new headquarters. Three years later, Kohl’s is headquartered out of its new building, but has struggled to meet its required jobs quota, landing at just 15 percent of […]
Matthew Defour, state government reporter for the Wisconsin State Journal, joined the July 13th Buzz to give us a summary of final changes to the biennial budget along with a brief look into Gov. Walker’s incipient presidential campaign.
What brought about the win of the leftist government in Greece? What are the reasons for the austerity forced on the Greek people? What is the Golden Dawn Movement? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!