You know things are bad when agents of the state are promoting the exploitation of child labor to businesses.
Corporate domination of state policy exists at every level.
Manufacturers want to use the public education system to orient, train, and track kids into the corporate working world at a young age.
Wisconsin activists explain to visiting senior scholars what the revolt against Walker was all about.
Officers have begun taking notes about the identities of singers and the content of the signs and banners they bring to the Sing Along.
Wisconsin organizers and activists are redoubling their efforts to resist the worst depredations of the Walker regime.
Most of the interaction between activists and lawmakers was lighthearted, yet tense.
There is a new kind of public space that has opened up in the last year and a half.
Paul Vallas tries to sell his plan for charter schools and military academies.
More than the governor’s race, this one epitomizes the grassroots rebellion against the moneyed interests and the politics of divide and conquer.
Rightwing propaganda machines, oiled with corporate money, are churning out the junk in the lead-up to the recall.
Neighbors react after a politically connected company got only a slap on the wrist for dumping raw sewage near their homes.
The caught-on-tape confession will not only boost Barrett’s bid to unseat Walker, it may also serve as evidence in three pending court cases.
There is absolutely no balance in the corporate press coverage of the Wis. Recall primary.
All power now resides with the employer.