Part way through a consequential re-certification election for public sector unions, the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission released turnout results. The figures do not indicate how union members voted, but simply how many of them have voted so far.
Once again the liberal group Citizen Action of Wisconsin has been caught promoting false information. At a state Capitol press conference the group highlighted a speaker who inaccurately spoke about how Wisconsin’s Medicaid reforms would negatively impact her young son.
One Wisconsin Now politicized the death of Nelson Mandela to rail against voter ID. But Mandela’s own South Africa has tough voter ID laws under its Mandela-approved constitution.
Former Weather Underground domestic terrorist and University of Illinois at Chicago professor Bill Ayers has brought some controversy to Marquette University’s College of Education. A required course for education majors at Marquette makes two of Ayers’ books mandatory reading for the class.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele will speak next week at an event headlined by noted activist and entertainer Harry Belafonte.
The liberal columnist Andrew Sullivan has called him a “demagogue” who is guilty of “peddling” in “bigotry” and “racism.” Harry Belafonte will be speaking at the Marcus Center in Milwaukee on December 3rd.
Democrat state Rep. Chris Danou called pro-life organizations “hate groups” in a vehement speech on the Assembly floor last week.
Seniors skeptical of the AARP’s ideological leanings now have confirmation that in Wisconsin the group’s leadership is of a decidedly far-left political persuasion. On November 14 the AARP announced that David Stella of Middleton is the new AARP state president. Stella and his wife Kathy have a long and well-documented history of political activism in […]
Using raffle prizes to help attract a crowd, Wisconsin Jobs Now held a “healthcare fair” on Tuesday to sign people up for ObamaCare. The group claims that over 100 people showed up and “dozens” were enrolled.
A debate over legislation reforming the way asbestos claims are litigated in Wisconsin has pitted veterans and veterans groups against one another. A well-connected lobbyist, Jason Johns is a veteran himself, has been paid handsomely to orchestrate opposition.