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March 05, 2012

Tell Scott to Denounce the King Street Patriots

After months of hysterical claims, Scott Walker acknowledged last Monday that his campaign failed to produce any challenges to the more than one million signatures our grassroots volunteers submitted to force a recall.

Now, despite Scott Walker's failure to challenge even one signature, he has asked the Government Accountability Board to accept challenges from an extreme, right-wing Tea Party group from Texas called the King Street Patriots, whose supporters believe that registering the poor to vote is "un-American" and will "destroy the country." 

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March 02, 2012

Welcome to our first Cheddarsphere Roundup

In an effort to keep our readers ever-more informed about the important issues facing Wisconsin, the DPW is beginning a weekly blog roundup linking articles from a few of our favorite political sources from around the blogosphere.

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March 01, 2012

Scott Walker's Extremist Out-of-State Helpers

Posted 13:41PM on March 01 2012 by Melissa Baldauff | User Comments (5) Categories: Scott Walker

WARNING: The following memo contains graphic, NSFW language. Please read at your own risk.

Despite Scott Walker’s frequent whining about the “out-of-state special interests” spending “tens of millions” to push him out of office, the only out-of-state special interests involved in Wisconsin politics  are those who support Walker.

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February 29, 2012

Scott Walker has failed Wisconsin Veterans and Servicemembers

Scott Walker's announcement that the year 2012 will be the “Year of the Veteran” flies in the face of the ongoing scandal in which he is embroiled. Central to the criminal corruption investigation into Scott Walker's administration is that his former Deputy Chief of Staff and his former Veterans Commission appointee are alleged to have embezzled funds intended for the widows and children of military servicemembers killed in action.

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February 27, 2012

Watch our first TV ad: Walkergate

Posted 11:39AM on February 27 2012 by Ryan Alexander | User Comments (0) Categories: Scott Walker | Tags: Criminal investigation, John doe investigation, Recall scott walker, Scott walker, Walkergate, Watergate

The ad is called "Walkergate" because it highlights the eery parallels between Nixon's Watergate scandal and the criminal investigation into Scott Walker's current and former top-level aides that has already uncovered the theft of more than $60,000 intended for the widows and children of Soldiers killed in action, child sex crimes, secret email networks, illegal campaign contributions, and the abuse of taxpayer resources for political gain. Prosecutors have brought a total of fifteen felonies and three misdemeanors against six of Scott Walker's closest aides and associates -- with one conviction and two guilty pleas to date.

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February 24, 2012

Ryan Braun and Collective Bargaining

As Braun's victory displays in dramatic fashion, collective bargaining is not merely about wages and benefits, it is the foundation for basic dignity in a workplace, and it radiates outward to all workplaces, whether it be a major league dugout or a welding shop, whether it's a police precinct or a classroom.

Walker and his anti-union defenders who scorn collective bargaining must think that a millionaire ballplayer is not a sympathetic figure to people who work for a living. But that's just not the case. Wisconsin understands that that standing together makes us stronger.

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February 23, 2012

Rep. Richards: GOP Again Rebuffs Judicial Request for Open and Transparent Redistricting

Posted 10:18AM on February 23 2012 by Rep. Jon Richards | User Comments (4) Categories: Scott Walker | Tags: Redistricting

The disrespect Republicans have shown the court -- and the people of Wisconsin -- in this redistricting process has drawn harsh rebukes out of a normally reserved and measured panel of judges. The panel, primarily appointed by Republican presidents, called the Republican actions a ‘shameful attempt to hide the redistricting process from public scrutiny.’ 

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