Wisconsin’s jobs comeback is too big for even an ultra-liberal think-tank at the UW to ignore.
A petition circulated by professors in the UW Madison Sociology Department claims that comparing Gov. Walker to Adolph Hitler is academic freedom.
Speaker Vos’ compromise plan makes minor tweaks to prevailing wage, relies on future Dept. of Workforce Development commission to make real changes.
Despite assertions by university officials that a hyper-liberal University of Wisconsin “think-and-do” tank is reimbursing the University for using state facilities and resources, an open records request seeking proof of those reimbursements turned up no record of such payments.
In response to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker saying professors need to spent more time in the classroom, University of Wisconsin system President Ray Cross came rushing to the defense of UW professors, claiming they already work hard. Unfortunately for Cross, it appears he has never met the radical UW professor who spends most of his time pushing his […]
According to a Media Trackers’ open records request, a University of Wisconsin Sociology Department center is using its resources to assist a Wisconsin based union-front group in lobbying both state and local governments on minimum wage legislation. The UW wage studies being used by Wisconsin’s Left to attack conservative wage policies were created for the union-front group Wisconsin Jobs […]
The Economic Policy Institute has been called “Big Labor’s favorite think tank” by conservative publications, one of the Left’s “prominent groups” by the liberal New York Times, and has worked with Wisconsin labor groups to attack Gov. Scott Walker, but a newly formed anti-Right to Work business group in Wisconsin has decided the group is […]
The University of Wisconsin is asking for a nearly $100 million budget increase, but records show they are wasting hundreds of thousands of dollars on a radical leftwing think-tank.
Here are 5 oft-repeated statements about the minimum wage that are just not true.
The Wisconsin State Journal ignores key components of a state law requiring employers pay a “living wage.”