Milfred and Hands play some of their recent voice mail messages from fans and foes of the Wisconsin State Journal's editorials, political cartoons and news coverage on this week's political podcast. Some readers love our opinions. Some love to hate our views. Milfred and Hands urge the public to offer more of their own opinions for publication in print and online.
Scott Milfred has been the editorial page editor for the Wisconsin State Journal since 2005, and previously covered the Wisconsin statehouse. Milfred and his editorial page team were finalists for the Pulitzer Prize in 2008 for editorial writing.
As featured on
Scott Milfred and Phil Hands -- half of the newspaper's editorial board -- play recent voice mail messages from fans and foes of the State Journal's opinions and news coverage. Milfred and Hands urge the public to offer more of their own thoughts for publication in print and online.
Scott Milfred and Phil Hands -- half of the newspaper's editorial board -- run down and rank the top contenders hoping to boot Donald Trump from the White House next year.
Critics including many of his fellow Democrats claimed Tony Evers was too boring to be elected Wisconsin's governor. They were wrong. And at the recent Wisconsin Democratic Convention, he got his revenge: "Who's boring now?" he crowed, touting his veto pen as a powerful check on the Republican-run Legislature. On this week's "Center Stage" political podcast, Milfred and Hands play clips and comment on his recent convention speech, which reminds Milfred of the ending to "Revenge of the Nerds."