Let’s defeat the Republican scheme and rid ourselves of this corrupt and anachronistic institution.
Walker received a standing ovation. Look out: As goes Wisconsin, so goes the nation.
Officers have begun taking notes about the identities of singers and the content of the signs and banners they bring to the Sing Along.
As SEIU gears up for November, it needs to attend to what happened in Wisconsin.
We just had our own version of the Spanish Civil War, and our volunteers were no match for the Outside Forces.
Wisconsin organizers and activists are redoubling their efforts to resist the worst depredations of the Walker regime.
Stop trying to shut down the discussion of why we suffered such a grievous loss in Wisconsin.
Most of the interaction between activists and lawmakers was lighthearted, yet tense.
We’re not going to start winning elections until we start winning conversations.
Surely all the very smart people who run our colleges and universities could figure out a cost-effective solution to this dilemma.
We have to make the case for solidarity to our increasingly insecure, angry, non-union workers.
Something is seriously wrong with the union movement in Wisconsin when so many of its own members actually vote for the guy who’s got his boot on their throats.
There were a few hugs and a few tears, but mostly the belief that the fight goes on. Then a commotion.
Money can’t buy you love, but it sure can buy you power. Walker raised seven-to-ten times as much money as Barrett did.
Green Bay Packer tight end Jermichael Finley and wide receiver Tori Gurley took to their Twitter accounts to urge support for Tom Barrett today.