At the Republicans Governors Association Conference, a little preliminary bout for the 2016 GOP Presidential Primary Campaign found Ohio Governor John Kasich showing just how shallow and how ignorant our Governor Scott Walker is. And hopefully the national media won’t be quite as complacent as the Wisconsin media has been during Gov. Walker’s three gubernatorial […]
What a load of horse crap… Newly re-elected Gov. Scott Walker tells the Wall Street Journal’s hotshot editorial writer Joseph Rago that he’s confident he fits into the progressive tradition of Wisconsin’s Robert M. “Fighting Bob” La Follette.
I kid you not.
It was right there on the Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper’s opinion page in a […]
This is worth a read. Walker won and trains lost. He quickly moved to kill the Milwaukee to Madison part of the project, but he claimed to support upgrades to the Hiawatha line. Meanwhile, Talgo was already well along in the construction of two sets of trains to serve that line. In fact, the state […]
Color me unsurprised to find out Republican Terrence Wall is among the finalists to redevelop the Hill Farms site in Madison into a $197 million headquarters for the state Department of Transportation. A development group headed by T. Wall Enterprises is among the four finalists selected for the purchase and redevelopment of the Hill Farms […]
I’m actually surprised it took Gov. Walker this long to admit he’s going to consider a run for president in 2016. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Tuesday he is seriously considering whether to get into the race for president in 2016, but he hasn’t decided yet whether he feels the call to run.
“My personal […]
Looks like Gov. Scott Walker’s Public Service Commission wants to stick it to Wisconsin energy consumers in the name of higher profits for WE Energies.
We Energies customers will pay a larger fixed charge on their monthly electric bills, and the utility will pay less for the power that customers generate with solar panels, state […]
Well it sure didn’t take long for Gov. Scott Walker and Republicans to start talking about raising taxes and fees to pay back their benefactors from the road-building lobby. Gov. Scott Walker’s transportation secretary on Friday recommended boosting taxes and fees by more than $750 million over two years to help pay for roadwork.
The Blogging Blue Tweet of the Week comes to us via Graeme Zielinski.
The Gospel According to @ScottWalker: "And Jesus said, "Blessed are the poor. Let's drug test those bastards."" @rightwisconsin
— Graeme Zielinski (@gjzielinski) November 15, 2014
Well how very Christian of Gov. Scott Walker to want to kick poor people off their health insurance. Defending his fellow Republican governors’ decision to block Medicaid expansion in their states, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) on Friday suggested that denying health coverage to additional low-income Americans helps more people “live the American Dream” because […]
Meet Jim Steineke, the new Wisconsin Assembly Republican Majority Leader.
Image courtesy One Wisconsin Now
According to One Wisconsin Now, Jim Steineke’s record of criminal convictions dates back to 1991, as you can see here.