Associated Builders and Contractors calls on television stations to stop airing a false ad sponsored by Protect American Jobs.
Labor union bosses are hard at work spending dues-paying members’ money on the things that matter for good jobs and good benefits. Or not.
You likely won’t see these on the evening news; and for good reason, FCC decency rules have stiff penalties for on-air profanity.
The claim that Wisconsin jobsites will be flooded with illegal workers if prevailing wage is repealed is false. Here’s what’s really going on.
A pair of newly created organizations have launched a digital advertising campaign urging Wisconsin lawmakers to kill an effort to repeal the state’s antiquated prevailing wage law.
Protect American Jobs claims to be a 501(c)4, but the group’s attorney, Matthew O’Neill, admits they’ve filed nothing with the IRS.
Although advocates of prevailing wage suggest worker safety is at stake, unfortunately even prevailing wage construction sites are dangerous.
The former GOP Speaker of the Assembly has been busy creating and leading an elaborate network of groups to support union-backed positions.
SHAKEDOWN: How Rep. Robb Kahl Uses Prevailing Wage to Enrich Himself, Lie to the GAB, and Bully Taxpayers
Thanks to Wisconsin’s prevailing wage law, a state lawmaker collects a salary from a union-backed group while scheming to stick it to taxpayers.
You can make a good wage as a victims advocate if you form a front group to channel money into your lobbying firm. Better yet, even if you fail to stop legislation your paid to oppose in Wisconsin, you can still take your gig to the national level and get some recognition there.