46th President looks to future; Wauwatosa Police look to stone age.

46th President looks to future; Wauwatosa Police look to stone age.

We discuss the historic inaugural week of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris and Biden’s flurry of executive orders and an exciting new immigration bill. We look behind the organizing that resulted in changes to the Wisconsin COVID vaccination plan to include teachers, grocery workers, meat packers, and prisoners at the top of the list. A new COVID strain is spreading as Wisconsin reopens schools and the state does nothing. We welcome Minocqua Brewing Company SuperPAC owner Kirk Bangstad to discuss their campaign against Sen. Ron Johnson and Rep. Tom Tiffany for supporting for overturning the 2020 presidential election. Wisconsin Examiner journalist, Isiah Holmes, joins us to discuss his excellent reporting on Wauwatosa Police targeting protestors. We close with Markasa Tucker from the African-American Roundtable to discuss the Milwaukee Common Council reversing course and approving a federal grant for more police officers.
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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Biden to sign 10 more orders and directives aimed at COVID-19 on first full day in White.
What the First Actions from President Biden Could Mean for Wisconsin.
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Wisconsin moves closer to finalizing second phase of vaccine rollout, including teachers and prisoners.
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GOP Bill Would Require Faster Timeline For COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout.
Tiffany, Johnson Slammed in Billboards Up North for Rhetoric Contributing to DC Riot.
Milwaukee Common Council reverses course, approves federal grant for more police officers.
Wauwatosa PD created “protester list” during crackdown on peaceful demonstrations.
Wauwatosa Mayor Dennis McBride named as ‘target’ by police‘ Such actions can only drive a wedge between the WPD and the people it serves,’ says the mayor.