By Right Wisconsin
The conservative case for Act 10 often centers on the enormous taxpayer savings. The John K. MacIver Institute estimates those savings now run above $5 billion for the reform. But another story, often overlooked, is the role of Act 10 in reforming public schools in Wisconsin.Full Story....Here
Assembly Minority Leader Peter Barca and Assistant Minority Leader Katrina Shankland used taxpayer dollars to prepare and mail an overtly political mailing that was sent to targeted legislative districts. Records obtained via the state open records law reveal that the top two Democrats in the Wisconsin Assembly coordinated between their offices to draft a letter bashing Republicans for allegedly restricting “local control.” The letter, which was sent to local officials, urged recipients to contact their Republican legislator to express their disapproval of Republican legislative efforts. Full story on your tax dollars at work....Here
Very informative article on Liberal thought and their game plan.
Progressive elements in the party of Democrats have long understood that by circumventing the Constitution through executive orders and administrative regulations that have the effect of law, they can lead society into a settled acceptance of unpopular State actions. Any reasonable person might suppose that an enlightened self-interest would sufficiently deter an immoderate faction from so unwisely angering the people that they would vote its leadership out of office. Nevertheless, due to the combining interferences of successful vote farming tactics and the misinforming power of the media, the new liberal order has cast aside that necessary concern for popular consent. Full story....here
via Vicki NcKenna
Russ Feingold, the former Democratic senator from Wisconsin who is running yet again in an attempt to win back his old Senate seat, is collecting nearly 70 percent of his campaign contributions from individuals who live outside of Wisconsin after shattering his long-held pledge to accept most of his political donations from Wisconsinites. Full story......Here
The front-runners on both sides fell hard in Wisconsin's presidential primary Tuesday, injecting new intrigue, chaos and drama into an epic campaign.
Madison — State Supreme Court Justice Rebecca Bradley was elected to a 10-year term Tuesday, overcoming a challenge from Appeals Court Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg and keeping the job Gov. Scott Walker appointed her to in the fall. Full story...Here