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WPR Rebuttal provides alternative viewpoints to stories covered by Wisconsin Public Radio. WPR Rebuttal is not owned or endorsed by Wisconsin Public Radio.

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After serving Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Secretary since Governor Scott Walker's 2011 inauguration, Mark Gottlieb resigned in late December 2016. Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services... more

My original plan was to finish re-enacting excerpts of the most memorable and insightful comments from the Disqus threads beneath online Wisconsin Public Radio articles. However, the need to produce this podcast without distraction or... more

Throughout 2016, SenatorJPO has participated in some of the best "WPR Rebuttals" to appear in the Disqus comment threads relating to Wisconsin Public Radio articles. Callers can modify the reputation of a discussion thread, so let... more

SenatorJPO uncovers the best "WPR Rebuttals" to appear in the Disqus comment threads below Wisconsin Public Radio articles in the Year 2016. Call-ins can modify the standing of a discussion thread, so let your stance be known! Live... more

WPR Rebuttal celebrates taking back the White House and building a growing "populist" majority in the U.S. Congress, as well as in Wisconsin State government. But we're no mean braggarts! In an act of "compassionate... more

WPR Rebuttal is pleased to announce our producer, Joe Ohler, is returning to the question-and-answer website "Quora" as of Monday, November 7, 2016. When asked why he left and returned, Mr. Ohler revealed, "I had to reallocate my time... more

Whether or not you support U.S. Senator Ron Johnson, his hunch, "Higher education is sinister," is well-supported: Evidence is mounting that liberal-arts higher education is altogether a baleful proposition with sinister implications.... more

Again in demand as a Top Temp, SenatorJPO eschews this week's episode in favor of logging more hours at his ever-expanding work assignment. (This will be the first time he's worked five consecutive days, since holding two part-time... more

SenatorJPO invites callers to join his discussion of how relevant various tax-reduction techniques have proven fruitful for their bottom line, including -- but not limited to -- the federal income tax. The precipitating event inspiring this... more

I, SenatorJPO, was ready to podcast -- but the studio is unavailable because it's a federal holiday (Columbus Day) and my immediate roommate is a federal employee who has off; is not someone I would want involved in the podcast;... more

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