Scott Walker has been busy lately. Following the release of his book, he spent the last week promoting his twisted version of reality, delightfully reveling in every morsel of the media spotlight he could muster. All this, of course, was the precursor to Walker’s campaign for President. But while Scott Walker was occupied promoting himself across the country, Wisconsin was dealt yet another in a series of disappointments- the most recent data shows private sector job creation slowing by more than third - a three year low.
According to the federal government, where a person lives has a huge impact on the cost of health insurance. If this is true, why are Wisconsin and Minnesota, two states that are very similar geographically and demographically, paying substantially different amounts for health coverage?
A conservative blogger at the Washington Post is out with a Top Ten list of things Scott Walker needs to do to win in 2016, and from the looks of things, Walker is already well on his way to checking items off the list.
Since it’s clear they’ll never win on the issues or appeal to a majority of voters, there’s nothing Scott Walker and his Republican Party won’t do to try and rig elections in their favor.
Scott Walker’s closest political associate, Tim Russell, was on Tuesday sentenced to two years in prison for his role in the ongoing John Doe criminal corruption probe. Questioned about Russell’s prison term, Walker’s campaign acknowledged that Walker is still fully cooperating with prosecutors, an indication that the criminal probe into Scott Walker’s current and former administrations is not over.
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After taking hundreds and millions of dollars out of Wisconsin's successful vocational technical colleges, universities and public schools, Scott Walker is now exploring some new jobs wallpaper to cover up his total failure to meet his 250,000 jobs "promise."
With a shocking spike in the rate of childhood poverty and drastic cuts to public health care spending, Wisconsin has dropped in the ranks of a national health index.
Assembly Democratic Leader Peter Barca released the following message today discussing his thoughts, hopes and priorities for the 2013-2014 legislative session.
After Republican assistant leader Glenn Grothman went on CNN Wednesday to double down on his bigoted attacks against the Kwanzaa holiday, Scott Walker's Republican Party has remained silent in the face of the virulent assault on tolerance and religious liberty.
The news that Scott Walker’s Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation has lost track of $56.2 million in taxpayer-funded loans is disturbing, but for anyone who’s paid attention to Scott Walker’s history of failures, incompetence and mismanagement, it’s certainly not shocking.