When people finally do rise up in large numbers against Scott Walker again, they will have the Solidarity Sing Along to thank.
“This bill is the biggest giveaway of resources since the days of the railroad barons.”
His budget seems designed to create a permanent underclass of unorganized people.
He wants the taxpayers to pay for special needs kids to go to private and parochial schools, even though advocates for special needs kids don’t want the vouchers.
The restrictions on protests are “content-based, vague and overly broad,” the lawsuit says.
Democrats called the process a “sham.”
“We view this as an imminent threat. We view this as an act of genocide.”
Dr. Margaret Rozga received the MLK Heritage Award and then told Gov. Walker a thing or two.
A federal panel ruled in favor of Walker on Act 10, but state suits may yield a different outcome.
The most chilling moment of the State of the State actually occurred before the speech when Republicans gave a standing ovation to Justice David “The Choker” Prosser.
Gov. Walker’s cronies talked nice, but then they were up to their old partisan tricks.
He exaggerates the jobs and minimizes the environmental impacts of a huge open-pit mine.
It wants to reduce the number of high school English credits, and adapt the curriculum to the needs of business.
All of a sudden, he’s downplaying his reputation as a rightwing ideologue.
The sum total of Walker’s policies amount to a hollowing out of public institutions and a massive, radical redistribution of wealth to private companies.