MADISON-In another self-serving interview with out-of-state press, Scott Walker again blamed the rejection of his radical agenda on poor p.r., but after Republican leaders handily predicted victory in the upcoming recall referendums on his agenda, Walker now seemed to predict defeat.
MADISON-Having failed to focus on job creation or balancing Wisconsin's budget, and avoiding accountability at every turn for his disastrous policies, Scott Walker "admitted" mistakes in a self-serving interview in Salt Lake City with the Reuters news agency.
KENOSHA-Rob Zerban on Friday submitted his first fundraising report to the Federal Election Commission, showing more money raised and more cash on hand than any previous Ryan challenger had for the entire election cycle.
MADISON-The Kim Simac story gets weirder and weirder with news of a Tweet that appears to say she thinks the United States is on the path to Nazi Germany.
MADISON-Embarrassment Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Moon), gave a confused and jumbled response to interviewer Al Hunt's questions about the debt ceiling, indicating he supports cuts to Social Security and funding federal payments at 60 cents on the dollar, including tax refunds and farm payments.
KENOSHA-New fundraising totals show that southeast Wisconsin's working families are standing up for Bob Wirch, the senator who stands for them, while they reject a GOP field that includes a tax scofflaw Chicago lawyer whose main contributions come from himself.
MADISON-Even as he's demanding that middle class Americans tighten their belts, Paul Ryan this weekend toasted his plans to end Medicare slurping $350 bottles of wine with a hedge fund manager who would profit from Ryan's radical budget.