In a March 7 article, Media Trackers brought to light how Supreme Court candidate, JoAnne Kloppenburg’s official Facebook page turned into a wall of posts against Walker, against the Budget Repair Bill, and for protests and recalls. Kloppenburg and her friends made no bones about it: A vote for Justice David Prosser was a vote for […]
Charlie Sykes exposes a letter leaders from the American Federation of Teachers Local 212 sent to its members regarding the supreme court election: This is as clear an assault on an independent judiciary as you can imagine. Either candidate Joanne Kloppenburg has implicitly or explicitly signaled the unions that she will rule in their favor […]
By now everyone has heard about Chris Abele’s arrest for drunk driving in 1996. Read James Wigderson’s humor-filled analysis here.
Judge David Prosser has 13 years of judicial experience, JoAnne Kloppenburg has none. Is it any wonder that the Milwaukee Bar Association’s members are backing Justice Prosser by a 3 to 1 margin in the April 5 State Supreme Court election?
During the hoopla over the Budget Repair Bill, and with all media attention focused on it and the subsequent protests, the race for state supreme court has flown under the radar. That’s all about to change.
Supreme Court Justice and candidate David Prosser explains his belief in maintaining an independent judiciary as well as “protecting people from the government.” Justice David Prosser is running against JoAnne Kloppenburg in the April 5, election.
Supreme Court candidate, JoAnne Kloppenburg touts her broad legal experience on her campaign website and in campaign materials. But a review of Kloppenburg’s cases show that her legal career centered almost exclusively in environmental law. In fact, since 1990 she has only argued seven criminal cases before higher courts. To really reflect her background, her […]
The Wisconsin Democracy Campaign Report shows that candidates and special interest groups spent more than $19 million on the 2010 state legislative election. According to the report The Wisconsin Education Association Council (WEAC) the state’s teacher union, led all donors with contributions of nearly $1.6 million. In 2010, WEAC donated to the campaigns of the […]
Where is the honor in the Democratic party in Wisconsin? For weeks 14 Wisconsin Democrat Senators have absconded their duty to represent their districts and fled to Illinois to avoid voting on the controversial budget repair bill. Failing to represent their constitutes and walking off the job is a pretty big indication of character, but […]
JoAnne Kloppenburg’s official Facebook campaign page is being used by her supporters to organize protests against Gov. Scott Walker’s budget repair bill, as well as recalls against Walker, Lieutenant Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch and a Republican state legislator who supports the governor. Furthermore, the site is filled with weeks of rants against Gov. Scott Walker, especially […]