U.S. Senate candidate Ron Johnson regularly criticizes government subsidies to businesses, saying the financial help interferes with the free market. A plastics company co-founded by the Republican, however, received its own form of aid decades ago, county documents show.
Wisconsin voters know Democratic Sen. Russ Feingold very well. They know that even if they disagree with him on an issue, Feingold will stand firmly on his principles rather than pander to whatever is politically popular.
The Northwestern, Oshkosh: Ron Johnson paid for controversial author Charles Murray to speak despite objections
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Ron Johnson personally paid for a controversial author to speak to leaders in Oshkosh this spring after more than a year of pointed, sometimes tense discussions with other members of a committee designed to foster collaboration between education and business leaders.
MADISON, Wis. -- Republican candidate Ron Johnson said that he hasn't decided whether to sell his BP stock two weeks after he told reporters that he would get rid of it.
MADISON, Wis. — Republican Senate candidate Ron Johnson said Monday he hasn't decided whether to sell his BP stock, two weeks after he told reporters he would get rid of it.
On Monday, Ron Johnson, a multimillionaire Republican Candidate for the U.S. Senate, will come out of hiding and venture beyond the safe harbor of right-wing media hosts Charlie Sykes, Jerry Bader, Vicki McKenna and Fox and Friends....What would you ask Ron Johnson?
When the Onion recently ran the article "Area Man Passionate Defender Of What He Imagines Constitution To Be" in the print edition, we couldn't help but think of Wisconsin Tea Party Activist and millionaire Senate Candidate Ron Johnson. After all, here is what Ron Johnson thinks of the Constitution: