“What we’ve seen in the last 40 years, especially in American politics, is that a number of just spectacularly rich, very, very far-right fringe political ideologues have taken their fortunes and poured them into political activism under another name,” said The New Yorker writer.
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Public safety, the continued handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and keeping kids in school will likely be tough issues for Gov. Tony Evers next fall.
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Sports for these women have been life-changing, propelling them into careers where they grapple with social justice questions around gender and race.
Whether you’re interested in politics, climate change, health care, equity, food, or business, there’s something for you at the festival.
"Some of the communities' brightest thinkers and experienced experts have taken part in the discussions, a hallmark of the Idea Fest format."
"Nearly three years since Evers took office, some 150 of his appointments have received no confirmation votes."