“End your drone strikes, end your support for Hamid Karzai, and provide reparations to the people of Afghanistan.”
One labor attorney says workers in Wisconsin “are now basically wage slaves. They don’t have any real rights.”
It will be based not on the actual salary they earn but rather on the salary for that position at the lowest rung.
In a visit to a Madison high school, he sounded more like the head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce than the Department of Education.
“Women voting for Republicans are like deer voting for the NRA,” said one speaker.
It seemed like Barrett and Falk were using the forum as a warm-up for debates with Walker rather than answering direct questions or discussing policy differences amongst themselves.
The state senator filed for her run in the Democratic primary saying, “The people of Wisconsin are tired of money in politics and being told who to vote for.”
An unusual alliance blossomed among hunting, fishing, environmental, and tribal activists.
Protesters remain focused on Walker as GOP Presidential candidates tour the state.
“We’re hoping that traditional public schools can start operating more like virtual, choice and charter schools,” said Walker.
It is the longest continuously running singing protest in history.
This legislative session was marked by the extreme hubris of the Republican majority. But most of the Fitz has now been removed from Fitzwalkerstan.
To invigorate democracy, the stranglehold of two-party politics must be broken.
Republican Dale Schultz cites lack of transparency and unscientific approach for voting with Democrats to reject proposal.
No longer will developers be fettered with regulations stopping them from filling in and building on wetlands.