A day after he was exposed in a video vowing to a billionaire donor that he would kill private-sector unions with "Right-to-Work-for-Less" legislation, Scott Walker used weasel words at the Republic Party of Wisconsin's annual convention.
As Wisconsin Republican’s open their convention in Green Bay this weekend, the GOP is on the brink of an “intraparty fight” in the U.S. Senate primary that has divided the party and produced negative attacks and accusations of “underhanded tactics” to secure the endorsement of Tea Party activists.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is out with a breaking video, obtained by a documentary filmmaker in January 2011, which shows Scott Walker’s “bomb” was just the beginning of his “Right-to-Work-For-Less” agenda.
Video just released shows Scott Walker vowing to a billionaire benefactor that, contrary to his public statements, he would employ a secret "divide-and-conquer" strategy to deceive the public and accrue power to himself.
The Scott Walker criminal corruption probe took another turn in the past 24 hours when a 12th person was granted immunity from prosecution in exchange for testimony.
My fellow Wisconsinites – I’m humbled and honored tonight to accept the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor. I can’t thank you enough for your support as we to try to bring our state back together and move beyond the rancor and division of the past 17 months.
Following Tom Barrett's primary victory Tuesday is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate on the candidates for the Democratic nomination who are unifying for victory June 5th.
Today, Congressional Republicans in the U.S. Senate obstructed action on preventing student loan interest rates from doubling for Wisconsin college students. Senate Republicans filibustered the Stop Student Loan Interest Rate Hike Act, aimed at freezing the low 3.4% rate for one year. Senate Democrats offered to pay for the freeze by closing tax loopholes that allow wealthy stock holders of private companies to avoid paying their fair share of taxes.