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Sen. Glenn Grothman Trapped and Bullied By Protesters

Watch as Senator Glenn Grothman (R-West Bend) was trapped and bullied by protesters yesterday as he tried to enter the capital. Senator Grothman can be seen trying to go to work at the state capital when a mob of pro-union protesters surrounds and heckles him. Grothman does not appear to be physically harmed. The pro-union […]

Policy

Tax Cuts Play No Role in Upcoming Budget Cuts in Wisconsin

Today Governor Walker releases his two-year budget for Wisconsin. It’s not going to be pretty folks. But hard decisions rarely are. Wisconsin faces a 3.6 billion dollar shortfall. That debt isn’t going to magically go away, and because the Wisconsin Constitution requires a balanced budget, Governor Walker is in the middle of the proverbial rock and […]

Media

Public Policy Poll Targets Union Househoulds in Poll

Yesterday a poll was released by Democrat affiliated Public Policy Polling of Raleigh, North Carolina that claimed Governor Scott Walker would lose in a re-vote of last November’s election. Public Policy Polling was founded by, and still led by, Democratic pollster Dean Debnam, whose political contributions show a considerable Democratic bias. Public Policy Polling doesn’t […]

Campaigns

Officials From Leftist Groups Funding JoAnne Kloppenburg’s Run For State Supreme Court

Despite campaigning to remove partisian politics from the state supreme court, a review of JoAnne Kloppenburg’s donors shows that her supporters are anything but bipartisian.  A radical pro-abortion group, liberal politicians, environmental groups upset about global warming, radical groups helping organize protests against Gov. Scott Walker’s budget repair bill, and a lot of DNR employees […]

Policy

Over One Billion Expected to be Cut From School and Local Budgets

Tomorrow Gov. Scott Walker will release his two-year budget for the state.  According to the governor, it will include over one billion dollars in cuts to schools and local governments.  Most of the cuts are expected to be related to schools.  Gov. Walker confirmed that the $900 million dollars in cuts to the general school aid […]

Policy

71 Percent of Wisconsin Residents Think Budget Repair Bill is Fair

Most Wisconsinites believe that Governor Walker’s proposed budget changes that include unions to pay 5.8% of their salary toward the cost of their pensions plans and double their contributions for health care premiums to 12.6% are fair, according to a new poll sponsored by WisconsinReporter.com. The poll which was conducted on February 21, 2011 of […]

Policy

Details of Recent Union Contracts in Wisconsin Emerge

Wisconsin is at the forefront of the debate over public employee unions nationwide. A review of recent union contracts with the state clearly shows the sweet deal public employees enjoy through their collective bargaining process. Just this week the city of Wisconsin Dells completed contract negotiations with AFSCME, approving three-year contracts for two union locals. […]

Organizations

Large Rallies Planned Nationwide on Saturday

Whatever side of Wisconsin’s public union battle you stand on, there’s a rally for you to attend this Saturday.  Moveon.org jumped into the fray calling for rallies at every state capital at noon on Saturday to demand an “end to attacks on workers rights”.  Moveon.org is a highly controversial leftist leaning group that has been […]