Richard Nixon's former White House Counsel John Dean says in a column today in The Capital Times that Scott Walker, facing a growing criminal corruption probe, is actually "more Nixonian than Nixon."
The Republican State Leadership Committee is continuing the Republican’s tragic war on women. This time it's with a television advertisement attacking Rep. Donna Seidel, a candidate in the recall race for the 29th State Senate District.
In answer to the perennial question 'Where's Walker?" we've learned our extremist governor has headed South once again to bag sleazy corporate cash-this time to Oklahoma.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate in response to new attack ads by historic job loser Scott Walker against former Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett.
Assemblywoman Sinicki Statement Calling on Mitt Romney to Take a Stand on Walker Repealing Equal Pay in Wisconsin
The following is a statement from Wisconsin Assemblywoman Christine Sinicki, who authored the original Wisconsin legislation to enact equal pay protections, on the Romney campaign's failure to take a stance on legislation to repeal equal pay protections for women in Wisconsin.
Mitt Romney’s Campaign on Whether Romney Supports the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act: ‘We’ll Get Back To You On That.’
MADISON – On a press call this morning, Mitt Romney’s campaign was asked if Mitt Romney supports the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. Their response to the question was, “We’ll get back to you on that.” Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate released the following statement on the Romney campaign’s initial failure to take a position on pay equity for women.
MADISON – Following an onslaught of criticism from everyone from the Wisconsin Medical Society to the President of the United States, Scott Walker is now claiming that his War on Women is part of his approach on job creation.
MADISON – Following is the statement of WisDems Executive Director Maggie Brickerman, co-chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin’s Women Against Walker group, on Scott Walker’s outrageous defense of ending pay equity protections for women, veterans, seniors and disabled workers.
For two men who pound their chests as fiscal conservatives, Wisconsin Reps. Sean Duffy and Reid Ribble certainly can blow through hundreds of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money in no time flat. And, for seemingly no return.