Yet more complaints against the Foxconn deal from democrats emerge in their release of their “Weekly Democratic Radio Address” which raised concerns that have been already addressed and includes criticisms of Gov Walker that aren’t entirely true. In the radio address Senator Mark Miller brought up environmental concerns, the state budget, and the incentive package, all […]
In an interview with Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader, Governor Scott Walker addressed the much talked about Legislative Fiscal Bureau analysis of the proposed Foxconn deal, and said its findings are nothing new. While news outlets focused on the data from the Legislative Fiscal Bureau that estimated that Wisconsin wouldn’t break even on the deal for a […]
Democratic Party of Wisconsin calls incoming-Justice Dan Kelly an “Insane Person” who is “unqualified for the position” of Supreme Court justice.
Gov. Scott Walker (R) and Senate conservatives aren’t about to support a gas tax hike.
Evidence continues to mount that the University of Wisconsin system employees most vocally opposed to Wis. Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed UW budget are also those that work the least.
The Big Sky Central Labor Council posted a picture on its Facebook page on Friday comparing Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker to Adolf Hitler for his well-known efforts in Wisconsin to weaken the power of public-sector unions.
A Media Trackers review of the workloads of seven Wisconsin professors that have been critical of Gov. Scott Walker’s budget shows they spend very little time in the classroom.
An upcoming decision about whether to allow a new Wisconsin casino to be built could have a major impact on Gov. Scott Walker’s 2016 presidential hopes in Iowa. Although the casino plan was approved by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs in December 2013, Walker has yet to issue a final ruling on the casino’s […]
Who needs facts when you can just repeat bogus, anti-Walker spin that’s been rejected by court after court?
Pennsylvania public union leaders said Wednesday if a proposed “Paycheck Protection” bill is signed into law it will cost the unions a considerable amount of money and manpower, diminishing normal union representation activities.