GM and Walgreens just announced they are pulling out of ALEC, bringing the corporate defection count to 30.
Despite the rhetoric, ALEC still bends to the social right-wing elements of the conservative movement.
I’m donning my Republican costume to go undercover at ALEC’s convention.
Let’s be glad the war in Iraq is over and many of our troops are coming home to their families.
In his crackdown on free speech in the Capitol, Walker lets “sexual orientation” be a basis for denying people a permit.
There’s nothing more insulting for a business owner to hear than the lip service Republicans constantly give us.
Governor Walker is the director and Republican legislators are the actors.
Republicans have proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that they will try to win elections—including the Walker recall—at any cost.
Walker wants to limit punitive damages and enhance property rights, and he’s introducing bills that are modeled on ALEC’s own drafts.
Today has been a good day for equality.
How corporations hook up with your state legislators
A state worker is fired for advocating for the education of the public about access to free ID’s so people can vote? I hope my Republican colleagues ask themselves why the Walker administration is so afraid of democracy.
Even after the recall elections, Fitzwalkerstan is still the status quo. But remember, an occupation is only temporary.
Scott Walker may have seen the polling, but much like he treats Wisconsin’s pro-labor majority, he’s not listening.
In Wisconsin history, only two legislators have been removed through a recall election. On Tuesday, voters removed two Republicans in one fell swoop.