From my email inbox come’s the announcement that gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke launched her official website yesterday. So for those of us who thought her initial website was low on content…here’s a chance to bench test her campaign:
As one of our core supporters, I wanted you to be among the first to know [...]
Many Wisconsin Progressives are extremely unhappy with the candidacy of Trek Executive, Mary Burke. Nary a day goes by without Facebook posts about Burke’s lack of a progressive outlook and Vinehout’s expected announcement.
Most recently a member of the Solidarity Sing-A-Long put up a post stating that “Burke is among the one percent” and “she [...]
Scott Walker had a bad week. Or course he is too self-absorbed to admit or possibly even acknowledge that things are not looking very good for the state of Wisconsin.
The latest jobs numbers are out from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, and they look pretty good…for the Democratic candidate for Governor. From June [...]
I am a little late getting this out…but from my inbox:
Alderman Zielinski joins janitors, community supporters in rally for good-paying jobs
Janitors in Milwaukee are joining a growing movement in the nation’s low-wage workforce, calling on the country’s richest corporations to create good jobs that can sustain local communities. Janitors will rally in front [...]
Over at Uppity Wisconsin, Jud Lounsbury has an excellent report on just how desperate Gov. Scott Walker is to have some good news regarding his failed economic policies in Wisconsin, pointing out that Gov. Walker has resorted to counting little league teams and Girl Scout troops as “new businesses” in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker [...]
On Tuesday night, Chris Christie won a second term as New Jersey Governor by about 20 points over his Democratic challenger, just as most pundits predicted. Many attribute this blow-out victory to the fact that he is perceived as a moderate Republican who can get things done. The fact of the matter is that Christie [...]
I don’t really care one way or the other if another casino is built in southeastern Wisconsin. The only time I patronize the Potawatomi casino in Milwaukee is for the occasional concert.
But to deny the Menomonee’s the right to build and operate a casino at the abandoned dog track in Kenosha because it will [...]
Earlier this month Senator Chris Larson included a discussion on the asbestos legislation currently before the legislature in Madison in one of his newsletters.
This week, the Senate Committee on Judiciary and Labor took up legislation–Senate Bill 13 and its companion, Assembly Bill 19–intended to limit the rights of victims to pursue legal action against [...]