Posts by Julaine


Home Front 03-13-2019


Posted on Mar 14, 2019 in HomeFront

2019 | Wednesday, March 13 | Listen Online Listen as Julaine gives more details on the heated race for a seat on Wisconsin’s Supreme Court, including playing an ad recently released by a third-party interest...

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2019 | Week of March 11 | #1299 March is National Problem Gambling Awareness Month. So let’s talk about gambling in Wisconsin. A 1996 survey revealed that less than 1% of Wisconsin citizens, or about 32,425 residents were problem gamblers and that the social costs related to those problem gamblers was over $300 million, or $9,469 per problem gambler in general and over $10,000 per casino problem gambler. Those numbers clearly should...

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Home Front 03-06-2019


Posted on Mar 6, 2019 in HomeFront

2019 | Wednesday, March 6 | Listen Online Listen as Julaine gives timely information and updates about Wisconsin’s April 2 Spring Nonpartisan General Election, as well as an overview of another win for religious freedom–along with a warning related to Wisconsin’s upcoming...

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2019 | Week of March 4 | #1298 An AP headline in Wisconsin media statewide this week says, “Wisconsin births decline to lowest point in 40 years.”[1] The report notes that the number of babies born in The Badger State in 2017, which is the most recent available data, is the lowest since 1973. Part of me wants to shout, “Hallelujah! Finally someone other than our organization is figuring out we have a birth-rate problem in this state!”...

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Home Front 02-27-2019


Posted on Feb 27, 2019 in HomeFront

2019 | Wednesday, February 27 | Listen Online Today Julaine gives an update on the high-profile, highly contentious race for a seat on Wisconsin’s Supreme Court and also provides a bit of an overview on Governor Evers’ first budget address on Thursday...

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2019 | Week of February 25 | #1297 I’m not sure what people expected when the former State Superintendent of Public Instruction was elected governor of Wisconsin this past November. Tony Evers earned all his college degrees from UW-Madison. He spent years teaching and being an administrator in public schools in our state. In 2001, he was appointed by deputy state superintendent of public instruction and in 2009 was elected...

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