Funding Religious Schools, Wisconsin’s Colorful History, Possible Paths For Trump Administration

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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that taxpayer money for playgrounds could not be denied to a school owned by a church. We hear what the justices had to say and the implications of the ruling. Wisconsin’s history is filled with people who were courageous, forward-thinking, and often downright strange. We hear about some of the most fascinating figures from the author of a book telling the stories of our state’s past. We also talk with an expert on the executive branch about the different ways forward for the Trump Administration, from impeachment to reelection.

Featured in this Show

  • SCOTUS Allows Religious Organizations To Receive Some Public Funds

    The Supreme Court ruled that a religious school can receive taxpayer funds for a playground. The ruling came in the case of a Columbia, Missouri church which operates a daycare and preschool as part of its church ministry and sought a state grant to rubberize its playground surface.

  • Colorful Characters From Wisconsin History

    There are famous and familiar people in Wisconsin history, but there are many more who are just as fascinating and yet not widely known. We’ll learn about some of them and their contributions to our state.

  • Possible Paths Ahead For The Trump Administration

    From success to impeachment and all points in between, an expert on the executive branch looks at possible roads ahead for President Trump and his White House team.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Haleema Shah Producer
  • Judith Siers-Poisson Producer
  • Rob Ferrett Producer
  • John McGinnis Guest
  • Michael Edmonds Guest
  • Elaine Kamarck Guest

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