KENOSHA-In what must be a first in Wisconsin politics and at the same time he defended an agenda that puts "the upper class" first, Chicago corporate lawyer Jonathan Steitz mocked Wisconsin fish fries in a debate Thursday.
MADISON -- The truth behind the false and manufactured smears against Sandy Pasch was revealed in full today at the Milwaukee Press Club, when Sen. Alberta Darling confessed to the media panel that "I'm not sure (I'm going to win)."
While Middle Class Struggles with Economic Crisis, "Struggling" Sean Duffy Struggles with Press Image
MADISON-In a remarkable show of vainglory and self-regard yesterday, "Struggling" Sean Duffy held a press conference with other extremist GOP freshmen not to discuss policy, the middle class, job creation or even the weather - but to preen about how he is perceived in the national press.
KENOSHA-Hundreds of Wisconsin jobs in the 12th Senate District would be put at risk by the right-wing policies of corporate soothsayer Jonathan Steitz, who in a recent radio interview indicated his opposition to the type of tax financing deal used to grow an established Pleasant Prairie business - and to create a new hub for high-tech industries.
MADISON -- Just weeks after Alberta Darling came out swinging in defense of Paul Ryan's plans to kill Medicare as we know it, Ryan is shaking down campaign cash for his "Darling."
MADISON-Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate following Senate passage of the Republican redistricting plan today.
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.
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-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.