In a bizarre press release issued by the plaintiffs on the losing end of the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s 5-2 ruling upholding Governor Scott Walker’s Act 10, Madison Teachers Inc. Executive Director John Matthews demonstrated just how disconnected he is from the issue of Act 10 and collective bargaining. In an all capitalized press release, Matthews bashes Wisconsin Supreme Court […]
Once you include likely labor force dropouts, the unemployment rate jumps to 10.1 percent.
Wisconsin AG candidate Jon Richards (D) has declared Act 10 unconstitutional, but the state Supreme Court disagrees.
Last weekend, Billings residents were treated to the sight of a large airship carrying the message “Stop dirty coal exports” and “Keep our coal in the ground” flying over the city. While the blimp carried an anti-fossil fuel message, it turns out that its own engines are powered by aviation gasoline, and its burners use propane.
Charlie Crist’s tepid support among black Florida voters appears to be a mystery to the media, but the answer is quite simple and unmistakable.
But facts about voter turnout in states with voter ID disprove justice’s theory.
Don’t tell us you’re an expert on Obamacare when you bragged about not reading the bill.
Congressman Elijah Cummings (D-MD) touted Ohio Governor John Kasich’s assurance that expanding Medicaid under Obamacare will “save lives” in a July 29 release meant to pressure other governors into emulating Kasich.
Montana’s largest teacher’s union, MEA-MFT, is sticking up for appointed U.S. Sen. John Walsh (D-MT) as a plagiarism scandal threatens to sink his campaign, with its president saying that he is far more worried about Walsh’s opponent — Republican Congressman Steve Daines — winning the Senate seat than Walsh plagiarizing a graduate school paper.
Rooftop solar panels installed at the Hillsborough County Courthouse in Tampa, Florida are producing less than half their promised power, records reveal.